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Old 07-08-2012, 01:02 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by mike_rhce View Post
I think the paper that you sign says that you won't sell those RHCE books. Last I checked, one penalty is that they'd disqualify you from getting any Red Hat cert.
Oh shit, I didn't know that. Thanks!

Not that the OP has replied to my email ANYWAY!
Old 07-08-2012, 10:12 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Anisha Kaul View Post
My recommendation would be NOT to join any RHCE training centers right
now - If you aren't too familiar with Linux dealings, it might(!) be difficult
for you to "catch up" with speed of the teachings in the RHCE training centers,
since they will be aiming at "finishing up" the course in the given time.

LQ has seen many new comers who claim to have RHCE degrees but can't
even figure out how to connect to internet on the Linux systems.
Besides, I haven't heard yet a very positive review of RHCE training centers in
the place where I live.

My advice is to install CentOS. It is said to be a free version of Red Hat.
Second, get this book of Michael Jang:

My point is - practice at your home till you feel that you "know" what
you are doing. Then of course you can take the exam and clear it at one
Besides, this thread might be of some interest to you:
Joining an tranning center is not at all in my mind and yes i also prefer self studying, thanx for such valuable suggestion. though i tried to download centOS but in all 3 attempts of mine the downloading of disk 2 (the one of 3.55gb) stopped at 93% anyone knows what could be the problem.
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Originally Posted by Ashutoshh View Post
though i tried to download centOS but in all 3 attempts of mine the downloading of disk 2 (the one of 3.55gb) stopped at 93% anyone knows what could be the problem.
New questions need to be in new threads in relevant forums with proper titles.

You used torrents, BTW? Also, if you use wget -c for downloading that ISO
and then if the download stops at 93%, you can reissue the same command again and
be assured that wget -c will continue downloading from "where it stopped".

Anyways, create a new thread for this new problem.

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