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Hi, I'm studying for RHCT exams, and realized they changed the format of it. Please answer if took the exam after May 1
1)In Red Hat's web site, it says candidates will get pre-install machines, but they also mentioned RHCT candidates will have to do perform network OS installation?
I'm confused, do we have to install or not?
2)I've checked out but couldn't find it, is new RHCE format book available now?
Thanks for the answers
Distribution: red hat enterprise 5 on my pc,and suse 11 on my laptop
hello guys ,i've been wondering about the correct trck to get the RHCE certificate mi took linux essantials and administration courses ,and now i'm thinking about networking and security and i wanna know if i'm on the right track,plz i need a professional advise
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