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Old 07-19-2007, 11:38 AM   #1
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Question Finally decided to get serious & learn

Well I've finally decided to get serious & learn more about linux. I'm trying to decide which cert to go with, LPI 1 or RHCT. I understand that the LPI certs are general in nature but the RHCT focuses on Red Hat. Is there a distro that is being used more than others?

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If You want to get a job with that requires a certificate, go for RH buddy.


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