>> I'm doing it as self study (In fairness, I've been using RedHat since
> 3.something) and have some of the RHCE training material from other
> people who have done courses. I intend to sit the exam some time soon,
> depending on exam availablility, etc. (which I've not got around to
> looking into yet - naughty me :-) )
>> If you've been using Linux for a significant period of time, I don't
> imagine that the exams are going to be particularly challenging,
> certainly at the RHCE type level. The RHCE is a practical exam, during
> which you build a RH box from scratch, partition the disks, configure ad
> start some services, break your partition table or MBR or something and
> recover your data using rescue boot, etc. - no rocket science involved
> as far as I can see. I'm sure other people on-list have sat and passed
> it so they may well have a better insight into it than I.
All I can say is:
Do not install X or any gui-fied apps or you will simply run out of time
during the practicals. Time is an issue.
>> Hope this helps.
>> Best regards,
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