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Old 10-25-2006, 09:47 PM   #1
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FYI, first two (of several planned) level three test are currently in beta. Since you only need two at that level to become LPIC-3 certified, guess LPIC-2 people can finally finish the track.

That was one heck of a long wait though. I really wasn't sure if they'd EVER get around to it. Thought they just might fade out of existence before then to be quite honest.

Anyway, since there's now some end in sight, I might just take a few LPI tests myself.


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