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Old 09-04-2004, 09:51 AM   #1
DavidI
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Question about Keystone's RH 7.1 videos


Hi.

Has anyone tried the Keystone RedHat 7.1 RHCE videos? I don't want to go for the certificate but I want to learn Linux, and videos are usually quicker than books. If you have, what do you think of them and would you recommend them for someone new to Linux but keen to learn? Thanks.
 
Old 09-06-2004, 01:38 AM   #2
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Best way to learn anything i would say is to do it. If you really want to learn just get a book
And even though i haven't used them i wouldn't recommend it because they are so old. They only people that use redhat 7.1 are probably some old servers.
Chances are you are learning this for your home desktop and for that you probably want a new version of the video so that you can get everything installed and all the utilities are called something different etc.
 
  


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