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Old 06-29-2012, 10:47 AM   #1
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Passed Linux+ exams, whats next?

Linux+ exams are a great start for a newbie like me. I've learned alot and ready to continue my linux education.

whats the next certification I should go for? my company uses centOS, so RHCSA seems like the natural choice, but I'm wondering if that might still be too advanced ?
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I went from Linux+ to RHCT (which is now RHCSA) without a problem.

I would say go for the RHCSA...that's what I did :-)

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cool. how about the LPI Linux Certification ?
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As a Linux+ you are already LPIC-1 certified.
LPIC-2 is almost like RHCSA but RHCSA is hands-on and LPIC-2 is multiple choice.


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