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Old 10-21-2011, 05:37 PM   #1
cletus8
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RH124 (Or System Administration I) Book, Ebook, or study guide ?


Hi!

I'm currently certifying Cisco's CCNA, and i would like to certify RHCE.
My Linux skills are very limited limited, so i would like to start with the basics.

So im looking for a book, ebook, or guide, similar to RH124, that is one of the first Redhat courses:
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Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) is designed for IT professionals who are new to Linux and require core Red Hat Enterprise Linux skills.

Course Content

Graphical installation of Linux
Managing physical storage
Introduction to the command line
Learning how to install and configure local components and services
Establishing network and securing network services
Managing and securing files
Administrating users and groups
Deploying file sharing services


Im not completely new to linux, so i have knowledge on most of those topics that the course includes. So im looking for a concise studying material, not a "for dummies" book with 900 pages.


Thanks in advance!!!
 
Old 10-21-2011, 06:06 PM   #2
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we aren't going to help you cheat. just look at the course / exam syllabus at redhat.com/training and go from there.
 
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we aren't going to help you cheat. just look at the course / exam syllabus at redhat.com/training and go from there.
What's your problem?

Is a book a cheating tool for you? if so, you are so wrong...

Because THAT is what I asked for, a BOOK that contains the topics touched at the Redhat's Course (that are posted by me in the main post).
 
Old 10-22-2011, 09:25 AM   #4
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Hi,

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Originally Posted by cletus8 View Post
What's your problem?

Is a book a cheating tool for you? if so, you are so wrong...

Because THAT is what I asked for, a BOOK that contains the topics touched at the Redhat's Course (that are posted by me in the main post).
I really do not see where in the below post you would find offensive. LQR specifically states no violation of any law(s). All acid_kewpie stated was that 'we aren't going help you cheat'. He did not say you are/were cheating. His suggestion to look at the course/exam syllabus at Red Hat is a good place to start. Another suggestion would be to Search this sub-forum since this question is addressed all the time.
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we aren't going to help you cheat. just look at the course / exam syllabus at redhat.com/training and go from there.
So hopefully you do get the information to aid in the cert. I graciously provide a DuckDuckGo search using: Red Hat cert books
HTH!
 
  


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