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    Default How hard is the Linux+ if I use Linux daily?

    How hard is the Linux+ if I use Linux daily?

    My desktop is Kubuntu, I have a laptop with Eeebuntu, and at work, I manage about 100 servers using RedHat/CentOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abefroman View Post
    How hard is the Linux+ if I use Linux daily?

    My desktop is Kubuntu, I have a laptop with Eeebuntu, and at work, I manage about 100 servers using RedHat/CentOS.

    TIA
    You will probably need to review a book (maybe once) and you will kill it.
    Have you thought about the RHCT/E track?

    Have you looked at the objectives for the Linux+ 2009. I actually have these printed out and I plan to nail them to my wall:
    http://www.comptia.org/certifications/listed/linux.aspx

    Take a look at them, print them out and then judge how long you think it is going to take you to get to that level (if you are not there) or if you are there, get a book, get the money and kill that sucker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knwminus View Post
    You will probably need to review a book (maybe once) and you will kill it.
    Have you thought about the RHCT/E track?

    Have you looked at the objectives for the Linux+ 2009. I actually have these printed out and I plan to nail them to my wall:
    CompTIA Linux+

    Take a look at them, print them out and then judge how long you think it is going to take you to get to that level (if you are not there) or if you are there, get a book, get the money and kill that sucker.
    Thx! Looks like I have heard of about 90% of that and use about 60% of it regularly. I might pick up a cram book and just use that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abefroman View Post
    Thx! Looks like I have heard of about 90% of that and use about 60% of it regularly. I might pick up a cram book and just use that.
    I am a little behind you . I have the Linux+ 2004 book and a Linux Bible and I plan to play with cent, debian, *bsd, solaris, and ubuntu for the next few months. when the 2008 book comes out (in Feb) I plan to pick it up and killl the test. My *nix path is L+>SCSA>SCNA>RHCT>RHCE within the next 1-2 years.
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