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  1. Member
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    Default A pass is a pass

    Well I passed XKO-002...BARELY

    I have to give CompTIA some credit on this one. The test was meaningful without a doubt. I've been a 'part time' Linux admin at work for almost 5 years and pulled a 695 on this test.

    I took 89 of the 90 minutes to complete it as well.

    The book that I bought 'Linux+ 2005 In depth' was just too dry for my reading. I used the tech-notes from this site along with a skim of the book. Don't let CompTIA's rep of putting out exams that are super easy to pass fool you. I thought Security+ was stupidly simple, and as a result took this test and studying for it a little too lightly.

    But like the proctor said...'A pass is a pass'

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    Congrats!
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    Default What's wrong with Linux+ in depth?????

    Congrats mate,
    I am preparing for my Linux+ exam and i'm using the Linux+ in depth 2005.. I'm a complete beginner and i kind of like the book it's really explanatory.. What was your experience like with this book???? Are you saying it's not good enough to write the the test?????? Please reply.....
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    Good stuff dude
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