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    Default Distros covered on the exam?

    I know the exam is supposed to be vendor neutral, but are certain distros covered more than others? I am wondering how many sets of tools I will have to remember for the test...
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    Have a look at this thread: What Distro to use while Studying
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    CompTIA Linux+ is vendor neutral so it basically doesn't focus on any distro, however you can expect questions on how to install packages from RedHat (rpm), Debian (dpkg) and Slackware (tgz). They will also expect you to know all of the other commands that go along with installing from the command line too...

    Of course, you want to have the basic commands memorized along with certain flag, those can be used across all distros.
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