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Old 07-14-2013, 12:52 AM   #1
srinivaskiron
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Hi

This is srinivas.

I have worked in window environment. All these days I have not worked in Linux platform.

I see Linux Redhat and Ubunt version. Does these both have similar functionality.

I wish to under go training for Linux administration. Which training center in Mumbai is good trainers and good lab equipments.

Pls suggest.

Thanks n regards
srinivas
 
Old 07-14-2013, 01:08 AM   #2
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No they are not similar one is Redhat based and the other is Debian. I think you could use google to find a forum that would discuss the quality of the trainers in Mumbai if no one here is from that region.
 
Old 07-14-2013, 07:21 AM   #3
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Hi,

Welcome to LQ!

This link can help you to understand things better;
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(Linux is Not Windows) <- 'Refer to the GNU/Linux OS and various Free & Open-Source Software (FOSS) projects under the catch-all name of "Linux". It scans better.' + Great Article
Within Linux-Newbie section of SlackwareŽ-Links you can find many resourceful links too help understanding Linux.

As to certification for Redhat. Ubuntu site can provide insight and open door for that Gnu/Linux.

Hope this helps!
 
Old 07-14-2013, 11:28 AM   #4
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I have worked in window environment. All these days I have not worked in Linux platform. I see Linux Redhat and Ubunt version. Does these both have similar functionality.
The short answer is yes, they both do have similar functionality. They can both run the same services, but there are differences between them, in much the same way Windows 2000 and Windows 2008 are similar/different.
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I wish to under go training for Linux administration. Which training center in Mumbai is good trainers and good lab equipments.
No idea, but since you obviously live in Mumbai, you can easily look that up with a Google search, your telephone directory, or even ask someone in the field. Going to Red Hat's website would be a good first step, since there's a "Training" tab, which will (obviously enough) tell you about Red Hat training.
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