[svlug] RHCE exam

Louie bishop at pacbell.net
Wed Jan 15 01:25:52 PST 2003


Thank you very much for your help. After
posting the first email I went out to
buy "Exam Cram" Linux RHCH-302 book.
I will be going threw that for a while.
Other thing you were talking about
buying something from India. RHCE
manuals what are those if you don't mind
me asking?
Is there any other way I could find
them? I really don't know anyone out
there.

Thank you for the help

Louie

-----Original Message-----
From: Akbar Ahmed
[mailto:akbar_svlug at yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 1:09
AM
To: Louie
Cc: svlug at lists.svlug.org
Subject: Re: [svlug] RHCE exam


--- Louie <bishop at pacbell.net> wrote:
> Well I just down from up their to L.A
> I'm' trying to find me a nice online
> tutorial or some free class towards
> getting the RHCE.

The cheapest method is to download the
Red Hat ISO's,
install them, and then type info or man.

The Red Hat training manuals (at least
as of RH 6.2 or
so) were 95% man page snippets. That's
not an insult
to Red Hat either. The snippets were
very well
selected and presented in an extremely
useful manner
so as to make learning RH Linux easier.

You could (maybe) do just as well by
reading the TOC
for the RH manuals and then reading the
appropriate
man pages.

Also, I think the cheapest non-free way
to study for
the RHCE is to have someone buy the RHCE
manuals in a
lower cost economy (such as India) and
ship them to
you. You can get the manuals from three
(3) or so
courses for approx. $300 (compare that
to the cost of
one course in the US). Obviously, you
won't be able to
take the trainer led sessions.

However, regardless of your learning
tools I would
strongly suggest that you install and
use Linux on a
computer at home.

-Akbar


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