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    Alot of interesting informational posts here!

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    Thanks. I felt that my weakness was not having an OS cert. I'm hoping to work in a data center one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Concerned Water View Post
    I'm hoping to work in a data center one day.
    Buy 4 really big fans, turn them on at the same time, and put your ear right next to them....same thing
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    I hate the noise, just going into one of our server/network rooms, I can't hear myself think. The only reason I can deal with it is because I'm enjoying the technology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightShade03 View Post
    Buy 4 really big fans, turn them on at the same time, and put your ear right next to them....same thing
    lol made me chuckle as I can agree!
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    Can anyone recommend good books for the cert? There doesn't seem to be too many to buy, but I always prefer a strong recommendation rather than Amazon reviews...
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    is that book adviced for novices(Smith one) ? atm reading LPIC-1?CompTIA Linux+ All in One Exam Guide by Robb Tracy as it s very noob friendly but i m wondering if i should put it aside and start directly with the Roderick Smith one ... Before starting reading for LPIC/Comptia i had very limited knowledge of linux (about 10 basic commands in cli) so considering my relative knowledge level what do you say ?
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    I am using the Roderick book and it is a good book for me. I am a novice when it comes to Linux. I say give it a try and see if you like.
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