I passed both Linux+ and Server+ recently.
Regarding Linux+ it is really entry level. I see it based on RedHat
6x/7x. If you know OS structure, bash, main config files, what are
modules and processes, know what are user rights and how to set up them,
you should pass easily. Read carefully questions as they constructed
quite "clever" sometimes, so it is easy make a mistake just by
misreading. If you have a hands on experience with Linux you should pass
it on-the-fly :)
On Wed, 2008-04-09 at 12:58 +0100, Cathal Ferris wrote:
> What are people's views and feedback of the CompTIA Linux+ certification?
>> I may have the opportunity to go for this in the next few months, and I'm
> wondering what are the benefits of this course ove any other of its type?
> Cathal Ferris
>pio at csn.ul.iehttp://www.swibble.com
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