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Old 02-15-2010, 11:30 PM   #1
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RHCE books


Hi,guys can any one tell me how good Ashgar gori (RHCE) book is for RHCE ....i have to take up the exam in another 4-5 months so plz help


thanks in advance ,,,,
 
Old 02-16-2010, 05:44 AM   #2
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Hi,guys can any one tell me how good Ashgar gori (RHCE) book is for RHCE ....i have to take up the exam in another 4-5 months so plz help


thanks in advance ,,,,

No idea about this one, but the Michael Jang RHCE study guide is very good
 
Old 02-16-2010, 06:44 AM   #3
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Hi,guys can any one tell me how good Ashgar gori (RHCE) book is for RHCE ....i have to take up the exam in another 4-5 months so plz help


thanks in advance ,,,,
You have still 4 months which is enough ,just do a list of all the key points and practice again and again .

You maynot need a book if u've practiced much ,anyway RHCE by Michael Jang is a good one .
 
Old 02-17-2010, 03:51 AM   #4
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You have still 4 months which is enough ,just do a list of all the key points and practice again and again .

You maynot need a book if u've practiced much ,anyway RHCE by Michael Jang is a good one .
well....the book does give the key points to practice....so i would say it is a good addition to whatever material you have.
 
Old 02-17-2010, 04:13 AM   #5
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well....the book does give the key points to practice....so i would say it is a good addition to whatever material you have.
Dears,

I am willing to appear in RHCE within two months,

Worried about it because COST does matter...

what i have to practise? wht wht and wht ???

search alot for this got different thousands of ideas but unable to understand from where to START...

and also

Is ASGHAR GHORI's book available in PDF format???

hardcopy will take time...
 
Old 02-17-2010, 05:55 AM   #6
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Hi,

your starting point should be the installation of RHEL. Workstation configuration incl. Xorg,authentication, printing and network should be trained. Follow up in installing a server, connect workstations to the server, learn about smtp/pop3/ldap/http/ssh/rsh/telnet/ypserv/samba/tcp-ip and how to troubleshoot this.

My RHCE certification was quite difficult, because it was a practice test on a test lab and not this multiple joice questionary like M$ has. I administer RHEL machine since 1998 and there where a view points i had to train myself in, because i never used them (especially ypserv). The most common problem is not the kind of problems to solve, most people had problems with the provided time, which is somewhat short. Redhat expects that you have a solid stand on most products and on shell usage.

I used Micheal Jang RHCE study guide, which was very helpful.

Did you take the pre-requisite tests in Redhat site? This will help you to find out how your actual knowledge is.
 
Old 02-18-2010, 12:54 AM   #7
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Dears,

I am willing to appear in RHCE within two months,

Worried about it because COST does matter...

what i have to practise? wht wht and wht ???

search alot for this got different thousands of ideas but unable to understand from where to START...

and also

Is ASGHAR GHORI's book available in PDF format???

hardcopy will take time...
I am not able to find it(ASGHAR GHORI's book)...if u get it plz let me know
 
  


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