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Old 05-12-2012, 12:14 PM   #1
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Lpic vs rhce

For which certification should i go, LPI or RHCE ? Please give me your comments !!
and any one please tell me RHCE certification center and fees ?
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The RHCE cert is fairly well respected as the exam is performance based, I read the books for the LPIC cert but never tried the exam so I can't compare them.
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The LP is supposed to be a "general" linux certificate, by general I mean not distro specific. The RHCE is probably much better known and I would think that even though it is Distro specific (RedHat) that you could easily take the knowledge gained from that to most Linux distros.


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