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Hello dear friends,
my name is sandeep. I m in puzzle since of RHCA,actually i wanna earn certification of linux architect from red hat. But i don't know from where i can get training of RHCA in India & can get fruitfull result. Plz help me if anyone familiar with it.
For anyone thinking of getting certified, taking a test, etc.; I offer the following true story:
In one of my college classes, we had a test. At the top were the following instructions: "Read through the entire test before starting.". At the very end, there was another instruction: "Please answer only the odd-numbered questions."
Guess how many people started at the beginning, attempted to answer every question, ran out of time, and failed the test.......
When starting a new thread at LQ, there are instructions on what to put in the title line. What if this had been the RHCA test?
though your post may have been improperly formatted, may I recommend going to google or amazon and looking through the myriad of Red Hat certification books available. Linux is a difficult mountain to climb for some, but the desire to learn alone is generally all that is needed. Please feel free to email me if you would like some more specific guidance on learning that I would recommend.