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    Linux certification ?


    There are many linux certifcations but there is no focus on what directions the certs acutally cover. i.e CompTIA Linux + is on linux basics only where the RH Cert goes much deeper.

    Anyone here pursuing a Linux cert? If so, which one and what is the focus of that cert? Last why are you pursuing it?

    Thanks for any opinions,

    Dan

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    I havent done a linux cert but if i was to do one i would chose a RHCE seems that RH are quite the standard as a distro in the inderstry but i would have to research it more.

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    Hi,

    I did the RHCE last year and think it was the best course I have ever done. The exam is bloody hard but worth the effort. You really have to know your stuff to pass.

    I put a site together with some scenarios that you need to be able to build if you want to have a look. http://www.rhce.org.uk


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    I'm working on studying for the CompTIA Linux+. So far, I know pretty much everything that I've read in the book, though.

    I'm doing this one because it seems to cover Linux in general, and CompTIA is a popular cert company.
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