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Old 09-08-2006, 12:06 PM   #1
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Linux+ Where To Begin

Work asked me to atleast get my Linux+ certification. We run RHEL4 in the servers and I use Debian on all my personal servers and workstations. I am already A+, Net+, MCP, MCSA, & MCSE certified but would like to get Linux+.

I know there are some threads here but beyond this book, I don't know what else to study...

I do the crappy little test they have at however I don't feel confident to take any cert exam yet. There are so many options and books that it gets too confusing. By the time you figure out what to use for the exam, you could have passed the cert already.

Please help me out...
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lpi is quite neat -
or do some redhat certification :-)

i personally though prefer the first one
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I am just right now looking to get Linux+ certified.
Old 09-11-2006, 12:11 AM   #4
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The Sybex Linux+ book is all you need. Use the practice exams on the CD and any others from the web if you like.
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TestOUT would also be a good choice but not as a replacement to Sybex Study Guide.


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