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Linux+ Exam Cram
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1 51217 02-10-2004
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100% of reviewers $30.00 8.0
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Description: A really good book for the CompTIA Linux Certification. It's short, to the point, and has a "cheat cheet" in the front for you to review before you take the test. It comes with a CD, and also has sample questions after each chapter. There is an additional 55 questions in the back of the book to aide in your studing. It's paperback and is 464 pages.
Keywords: Linux+ Certification Test Coriols Red book comptia
Publisher: The Coriolis Group
ISBN: 1588801942


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Old 02-10-2004, 11:16 AM   #1
Whitehat
 
Registered: Feb 2003
Distribution: SuSE 9.1
Posts: 1,289

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Would you recommend the product? yes | Price you paid?: $30.00 | Rating: 8

Pros: Short and to the point. Easy read. Not dry.
Cons: none



I bought this book for my Linux+ test. I read this book, did all the test questions, and studied. I passed the test with the help of this book. I found a lot of good stuff on the web that helped with this book. I wouldn't have been able to pass the test it self with out real world hands on experience I don't think. Surprisingly there were some things on the test that I had never heard of. The long and the short of it is that this is a good book. I'm a fan of all the "little red books". Coriolis has always done a good job with their test books.

It's worth the $30 in my opinion.

Peace,
Whitehat
 




  



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