yeah, sorry, RHCT - Red Hat Certified Technician.
At the moment I have very little Linux experience,
all of which is self taught. The Cert is really to
give me some formal grounding in the essential admin
type stuff in Linux
Yes there is a Dr. before the name.. but its a PhD in
Biomedical Science which doesn't help much when you're
shouting at machines :-)
From: Niall O Broin [mailto:niall at linux.ie]
Sent: 21 April 2004 16:23
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: RE: [ILUG] Got My First Linux Book
On Wednesday 21 April 2004, Austin.Tanney at arragen.com (Austin Tanney) wrote:
>I've currently got "Running Linux" and "Linux in a nutshell". Anyone out
>there reckon this would be worth picking up as well?
I wouldn't have thought so. It's going to cover a lot of stuff that's in the
other books. It will also of course cover RH specific ways of doing things,
but they're going to be a little different that they were in 7.3 anyway.
> the RCHT course in a few weeks.
Guessing that means RHCT, which I'm also guessing is RedHat Certified
Technician, yes? Hard to say how much you will learn if you already work with
Linux a lot, but the cert. might be handy for future jobs. However unless my
memory is acting up there was a Dr. before your name in a previous posting, so
I don't suppose the cert. is a lot of concern to you.
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