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Old 02-06-2011, 10:34 PM   #1
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im trying to find where i can get the review question answers for linux guide to linux cert
 
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Depends on the Linux Certification you're looking for. You might want to contact a training facility in your area and ask them about practice exams, or you can just start reading man pages.
 
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im trying to find where i can get the review question answers for linux guide to linux cert
You can practice the LABs in the certification materials after each chapter.
 
  


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