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    Hey ppl i am new to this LINUX world and wish to persuade Certification provided by giant linux vendors like Redhat and Novell, the thing is i need to practise well to get these certification can u ppl suggest which is the best RPM based distro. And can a person install RedHat linux and work with it? Will REDHAT sue him for using it without authorization? Please get me your suggestions.

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    If you want to use Red Hat and not pay for it, go with CentOS. It's Red Hat with all the logos stripped out, and no paid support:

    www.centos.org - The Community ENTerprise Operating System
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    hi! reiko
    I am also new to it, and preparing for teh certification from one the institute. and they provide me matirial with cd of redhat 5.

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    already considering certifacation?

    already considering certifacation? with no linux exp. whatsoever?????

    you should have about 6 mo. exp. w/ linux before the test (that's what they recomend)

    people do it faster or slower but as a genral rule, at least have a few months

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