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Old 02-05-2008, 02:20 PM   #1
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are duration of rhce courses is enough?


Hello
I may take rhce courses , but i have questions,
are duration of rhce courses is enough , where rh033 is only 40 hr , rh133 only 32 hours ,rh253 only 32 hours
 
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Personally i think the course is largely irrelevant. You should just learn to use redhat and the course will be fine. If you feel you need a course, then certainly avoid the fast track course which does the whole lot (rh033 aside) in 4 days, as it is hard to learn anything on that due to the speed of it... only good if you know 80% already.
 
  


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