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    I am taking the RHCE bootcamp next month. I already hold my RHCSA and I have a good 7-8 years of Linux experience. I am following along with with some video series on safaribooks.com and building out my lab now where I am playing around. Any recommendations on lab books? Q&A? Other resources? Hoping pass this one the first time around given it's cost.
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    Sander Van Vut's book is the best bet for RHCE. Certdepot walks you through a number of labs too, the guy who runs that site was a technical reviewer for Sander's book, so a lot of what he has on the site matches up with Sander's labs. Go take a look at my thread for the 'Road to RHCE'. I ended having to take it twice to pass.

    Good luck to you!
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    Thanks for the info. Seems sander Van Vut is thw way to go. Job is unstable but I think I'll make it until next year at least. So hoping to make my way to RHCA by then. Guess I'll start another thread on that.
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    My advice is to sit the exam as close as possible to the end on the bootcamp. If it's included, it's usually on the final day. If you know in advance that there are particular areas you might be weak on, read up on them. Ideally the bootcamp will be a refresher and also hint strongly at the particular skills/tools you need to pass the exam.
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    If I were you I would go on Amazon and see which RHCE book has the highest rating...buy the book and read it before the boot camp so you can learn as much as possible at the boot camp.
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    Sander's new video course:
    https://www.safaribooksonline.com/li...9780134755823/
    Contains lab for end of each lesson.

    His book in "Premium Edition":
    Red Hat RHCSA/RHCE 7 Cert Guide Premium Edition and Practice Tests | Pearson IT Certification
    comes with many additional items.
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