>>> Looking through the cram guide - it looks like the exam is fairly
> detailed.. (irq planning on the hardware side etc)..
um maybe I got a different one then, hardware doesn't really feature in the
Imho the debug section was the hardest part cause people don't read everything
carefully and sometimes miss type things. You either pass each section of this
or you don't. You either know what was wrong or you get 0 marks.
For anyone who can install the os, knows what the errors look like when things
go wrong and knows what the various commands do then you'll be fine.
Member its the redhat way that they are looking at so brushing up on the
redhat way might be an idea.
Whats on the web doesn't compare with what my exam was like. I was expecting
something totally different to what the exam was.
>>>> > Cheers,
> > D.
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