I understand that this thread is marked as >solved<, anyway I rather ask the question here than open a new one, with a almost same topic....
Browsing training & exam sections on redhat's site it is not clearly said that RHCSA and RHCE is available for folks that do not have 124 or 135 or any other redhat training.
Calling both a "prerequisite" is same as "mandatory". So since I was unsure, I requested information, via email directly from redhat:
......I am having difficulty finding information on whatever it is >required< to have any RedHat training and/or other certifications in order to do the RHCSA exam.
The RHSCA prerequisites mention "... or equivalent...". Do I need any additional training or could I just schedule the exam at one of the authorized testing centers?....
I also mentioned I that I got over 10 years Linux and Unix experience.... and that I (finally) decided to attempt, and got LPIC-2.
and here is the response:
The response is not answer to my question ( and if it is, than I will decide to study English rather then prepare for RHCSA )
Again, he/she ( I hope not an automated response, after 6 hrs ) is mentioning "prerequisites", which does not mean "optional" or "suggested", but simply is a "requirement".
I am still confused and I feel like sitting in front of a monitor hooked up to a Microsoft Windows (8) machine.
I really like druuna's 3rd post / answer, but the information on RH site just does not confirm it, or the wording is simply wrong.
On the other hand, I am sure that RH would rather have me going through all the training, but I do not see a smallest reason to spend $10K+ to just get a single, $400 certification I need or want...