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carlosinfl 02-17-2007 12:25 PM

RHCT Administration Monday!
Work finally approved paying for my RHCT Administration class come this Monday. I am so nervous and I really have no idea what to expect. I know someone from Red Hat will be teaching the class M-F from 8am - 5pm but other than that, I am pretty scared. I know that the RHCT is not as painful as the RHCE but still, it was a lot of money for the class and the test (cert) on the final day.

Is there anything I need to know or you guys can suggest before I take the class? I know they don't spoon feed you but I think the class is like part lecture and then lab over and over to cover the basics of the certification.

I know the class is listed as "RH133 Red hat Linux System Administration"

Lenard 02-17-2007 02:18 PM

echo '16i[q]sa[ln0=aln100%Pln100/snlbx]sbA0D4D465452snlbxq' | dc

Which translates into: RTFM by the way, type into a console or xterm session to see for yourself.

These to be exact:

Hopefully you at least know your way around using the console, terminal or command line (which ever name you like). Hint: nothing is in the test that is not covered in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Reference Guide and Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administration Guide and the classroom of course.

tietack 02-17-2007 09:26 PM

And to study specifically for the exam, the Red Hat Exam Prep guide lists the topics

You may note the differences - for example, while "logical volumes" is listed in the RHCE requirements, it isn't there for the RHCT requirements.

And it's fair to say that the Red Hat Exam Prep guide accurately reflects the topics you'll see on your exam.

extendedping 03-06-2007 10:04 PM

well how did it go?

justsimran 03-07-2007 01:15 AM

I think its not hard to prepare for RHCT ,, in about a month i am going to give RHCE,, i havent given RHCT,, so whatever they will teach u is the thing being covered in exam nothing outside the syallabus,, but u got to knw all the commands by heart

for linux i could say just one thing



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