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Old 01-18-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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Exclamation Seeking advices about material to prepare RHCE exam on RHEL6.


I am a student and had been studying red hat for a year and i want to appear in RHCE global exam but the problem is i have no experience with RHCE6 which is mostly different from RHCE5 while i have been taught RHCE5, so , can anybody prescribe me any study material or books on rhce6 or any kind of help which will help me in getting pass RHCE6 global exam. Many many thanks in advance.
 
Old 01-18-2012, 02:24 PM   #2
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Hi,

Widely recognized as one of the best books to prepare yourself: (amazon) RHCSA/RHCE Red Hat Linux Certification Study Guide (Exams EX200 & EX300), 6th Edition by Michael Jang.

Hope this helps.
 
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:12 PM   #3
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Also, grab a copy of Centos6 (free version of RHEL) and play with it.
See also http://www.linuxtopia.org/online_boo..._6_deployment/
 
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Old 01-19-2012, 02:20 AM   #4
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I am a student and had been studying red hat for a year and i want to appear in RHCE global exam but the problem is i have no experience with RHCE6 which is mostly different from RHCE5 while i have been taught RHCE5, so , can anybody prescribe me any study material or books on rhce6 or any kind of help which will help me in getting pass RHCE6 global exam. Many many thanks in advance.

first thing to be asked is whether you are studying on your own or in some institute
In any case I would advice you to contact some Red Hat certified institute for all your queries as they will be able to help you with the best materials.

As per the books and tutorials are concerned you just need to hit the search button on google and you will get 1000's of links willing to help you but I don't think any of the book will help you clear your exam until and unless you practice practically troubleshooting all the issues you come up with.

again returning the point I am sure you will give the exam through some certified institute so just contact the faculty there for all the assistance.

Many things have been changed between RHEL 5 and RHEL 6. I my self did my training on RHEL 5 and now trying to learn RHEL 6 as I am still planning to do my certification on it.

Best of Luck
 
Old 01-19-2012, 10:39 PM   #5
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Thumbs up Rhce6

Hello,
i have recently completed my rhce5 course from IIHT (institution) Kolkata branch and they are going to hand me over only the course completion certificate and from then i would have to be on my own. And as i mentioned before i have to face the rhce global exam and it would be rhce6 not 5. And my institution has cleared me that they have no responsibilities in getting me passed in rhce global and above all my teacher is going to be relocated in chennai for a new job there, so there is no chance of getting his help anymore.I am looking for any type of reall help.thanks for replying.

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Old 01-19-2012, 10:57 PM   #6
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I have no idea whether IIHT kolkatta is red hat certified institute but I would never expect such answer from any institute as an reply for help.

you can try to contact NIIT or I did mine from IANT which I prefer the most from delhi so I am not sure about kolkatta.
But you can try contact NIIT centers and about the additional tution they provide specially for RHCE exam which goes for around 7-10 days before starting of the exam as I confirmed here in bangalore.

If you think simply going through few pdf files and tutorials you can complete your RHCE than I can give you a few but RHCE is not objective, you need to have good practical knowledge which cannot be done without the help of proper guidance from RHCE experts.

As you said you did RHEL 5 and its already more than 1 year since RHEL 6 came into light so I am not sure if you are still in touch with linux. If yes then well and good and if no then you can give a try to what I said.

search for LINUX CBT TUTORIALS FOR RHEL6 on google. They provide you with one of the best(as far as I have read) video tutorials. RHEL 5 can be found for free but RHEL 6 would cost you money.

Still I would advise you to contact any reputed institute for fast tract training specially for RHCE 6 exam.
 
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Old 01-20-2012, 01:14 PM   #8
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Smile Rhce6

Thanks again and i really would contact with NIIT soon as you have adviced but i fear they would try to push me for a complete course on RHCE6 again and there is something i want you to know that whenever i tried to learn the things about rhce6 my teacher had told me that he himself dod not know much about 6 and since, i have undertaken course rhce 5 there is no his responsibility to teach me rhce6.I also didn't bother much about it because i was sure that i would have to appear for rhce5 in the global exam but it is now, two months ago i came to know that i would have to give exams in RHCE6 to which i am novice. And also i want you to know that i have not completely lost my touch on Linux yet. Thank u very much for your cordial suggestion.good night.

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Old 01-31-2012, 02:53 AM   #9
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I would like to know that will cracking RHCE globall help me getting a job and for your kind information i want to state that i have no other IT 'CERTIFICATE' other than it. Thanks in advance.
 
Old 01-31-2012, 03:30 AM   #10
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so you got your RHCE?

RHCE should be enough to get you on the other side of the interview table.
But after that your knowledge would play its part and the most important part I guess.

You can always search for jobs on linux or system admin for freshers and the requirements they ask for and as far as I am concerned I feel for a linux admin RHCE is more than enough.
 
Old 02-02-2012, 11:29 PM   #11
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Unhappy Clearing doubts

Hello deep27ak,
No, i have not completed my rhce till now but rather on the process of earning one. But i have mention that only to make sure that i would not have to find myself in a situation after passing rhce global that my rhce certificate just simply is not enough to get me a decent job and since, i am not from a well to do family my family can't spend enough money to build my career as a result my future totally depends on rhce and you know how huge is the examination fees of this exam, so i am just making sure that i would not have to suffer a lot and to know this; the best way seems to me to mention that i have rhce certificate and in that way it is easy to answer my question for the expert people like you who are out there waiting to help us out noviches like me. I thought i have cleared your doubt completely. Thank u a lot for all the co-operaton.

jyotib
 
Old 02-02-2012, 11:37 PM   #12
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Expert me?

I am not RHCE certified started learning linux through this blog so that I can give RHCE exam my self. I just told you the thing which I personally am doing to make through my way and yes the examination fee is very high so this is the reason I want to be well prepared before I give the exam.

Simply getting RHCE certificate is not enough to get you a job but yes if you are capable of learning the exam then its for sure that you have good knowledge over RHEL to start off at least so you can clear interviews.
Now I feel one thing no tutorial or no lecturer can help you until and unless you are willing to learn. Linux only wants practice and nothing else. If you are ready to spend atleast 3-4 hours of work with full concentration on linux then I am sure you can learn many things.
 
  


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