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    Default Passed LX0-104, recieved Linux+

    Definitely was a harder test than LX0-103, maybe because I didnt study as good as the 1st time, but it definitely was an eye opener to what I didnt study, felt I got half the answers right, but it still felt like I might fail the exam

    ALOT more fill in the blanks than the 1st part too, probably 10-15

    Was so hype when I saw I got a 520, wouldve hated to have to restudy that **** again smh

    Im onto Windows 7, ITIL, and Server now
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    Congrats!!
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    Congrats. I'm guessing the difficulty depends on your background. I found LX0-104 to be very easy, but took 3 tries to pass LX0-103. Are you planning on the LPIC-2 some time? It looks fun.
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    Congratulations!

    Be sure to spend some time regularly working on the Linux cli so that you continue to retain some of this foundational knowledge.
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    A pass is a pass. Did you sign up to get the LPIC-1 credential as well?
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    Congratulations!
    Do you go on such courses on your own or sent by your employer?
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    Congrats man! the little insight will prepare me for the fill in the blanks.
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