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Old 11-03-2009, 10:05 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Hell & what is the best Linux distributions for Linux+ Study ?

what is the best Linux distribution for Linux+ Certification Study and prepare?
I have CBTs for Debian and Redhat
I feel more popularity for Ubunto
I will use Laptop for this study time and may be I will continu using Linux so what is the idle laptop for this?

Thanks in advance
Old 11-04-2009, 08:49 AM   #2
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I think you would benefit from getting the distro that most closely resembles what the certification exam targets. I think that the Red Hat cert is the most recognized worlwide, so a Red Hat type of distro would get you the closest. Fortunately, we have a virtually identical free clone of Red Hat. CentOS is an exact copy with the Red Hat branding removed. So all of the exercises in your study guide should work on your system.

Using other distros might cause you to need to make adjustments in some of your configurations where your distro does it differently than what will be on the exam.


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