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Old 11-30-2004, 12:33 AM   #1
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Question RHCE Prep...

A quick question, if I use FC2 will that be sufficiant to prepare for the RHCE close is FC to RH?
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Well, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 is based on Red Hat Linux 9. FC2 is thus a bit new for today's RHCE exam.

If you're planning to wait until the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 exam is released, use FC3. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 will be based on FC3, and word is ( that the new operating system will be released Q1 2005. Historically, the exam has been updated within 2-3 weeks of the operating system release.
Old 11-30-2004, 06:09 PM   #3
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you can download CentOS. It's a clone of Redhat Enterprise 3.3 just without the Redhat logos.
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Also check out WHITEBOX LINUX , its another clone of RHEL with all of the logos removed.


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