On Friday 18 February 2005 17:05, Éibhear wrote:
> > 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,
> If you're using a study guide, I recommend that you follow /all/ the
> exercises on breaking your practice system and trying to recover from the
> failure. Do it a lot if you're not used to recovering from kernel panics
> or network problems.
This sounds incredibly difficult to me.
How _do_ you "recover from a kernel panic"?
> Nearly. I got top score on the bug fixing (because I practiced as per the
> advice) and on the MCQ. My score on the system build was not enough to
> give me RHCE, so I came away with RHCT(echnician). Not exactly traumatic,
> as it was a give-it-a-whirl thing, but disappointing none-the-less as I
> had to pay for it myself.
How much, as a matter of interest?
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