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Old 04-03-2012, 07:09 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by SlCKB0Y View Post
The guy wasn't asking for specifics of questions or wanting answers. The questions he was asking were not covered by the NDA and freely available on the Redhat website, he just might have had a little trouble finding them.

Personally I wouldn't walk into an exam without having a rough idea of the format, but you decided to bite his head off for no reason. His question was then answered by someone much more helpful.
Sorry but you are mistaken. The OP posted questions for information related to the exam therefore NDA response is correct. The NDA benefits all, not just Red Hat.
Originally Posted by deepakcoolz View Post
1. Is the exam 2.5 hours or 6 hours (half day as they say in website) ?
2. Are we supposed to work remotely on a server or we are provided the console and physical access of the desktop/server which we are to work upon.
3. If there are multiple servers/client to be used, do we get real physical boxes or the virtual machines (using vmvare or Virtual Box?)
4. Website says "Documentation that comes with Red Hat will be provided" Does it mean Red Hat 6.0 installation DVD as well?
5. I know that Internet access is not provided, but is there a local yum repositry available to install packages or we are just supposed to use rpm?

Can any of the certified member kindly answer some or all of these questions?
The Op was asking questions related to the exam therefore NDA is applicable. If all the content can be accessed via a net search then no reason to bring questions of this sort that may lead to a problem with the NDA.

All the questions the OP posted should be addressed too Red Hat not the forum so no problem with a NDA violation by a LQ member who signed to abide.

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Originally Posted by SlCKB0Y View Post
If people can no longer ask questions on this forum which are already answered somewhere on the internet then what is the point of this forum? Every question on here has already been answered somewhere online.
No one said anything about not allowing questions but that the NDA is enforceable
and persons should abide so people should directly address exam related questions to Red Hat not the forum.

As to all questions being answered, if it is so then there should not have been any form of questions presented to LQ members who did sign the NDA with Red Hat.

This post is closed since it seems to be going in the wrong direction(s).
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