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I took the RHCE this past Friday, we were the first group to take the NEW exam, which is shorter than the previous one and the instructions are given in the computer (which i guess before they were given in paper). I would recommend you download the RHEL installing guide which covers all the RHEL components and services. It's a pretty damn big guide by the way 900+ pages. So go the link posted above by hw-tph and see the requirements and then study them over and over from the guide I told you about and apply it in your own lab, use a client/serve scenario, use Xen or VMware workstation/server for that matter. It is not as hard as I thought but I also studied like crazy. Good luck.
why is that bizarre???? There is one RHCE exam at any one time, if it was published, there would be nothing worth certifying for. Redhat is not firstly about open source, it's about business, and the ability to be a proven asset in business has nothing whatsoever to do with free beer or speech.
If you want to pass an exam though, you need to take a lot of effort in practice not merely asking like "mock" contents on the exam. This is because in real world, you're job is different from what you are expecting so easy after the certification.
Remember, "great gift comes with great responsibility", intiendes mi amigos?
Last edited by nathan.eder2004; 05-14-2009 at 12:36 AM.