RE: RHCE Rapid Track Course
From: Jim (jkipp5_at_comcast.net)
To: "'General Red Hat Linux discussion list'" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2005 12:32:20 -0500
> In addition to that, check out
Thanks. I will go through all of this
> > is there any books I should get?
> The best "books" I found were the ones in the RHEL documentation set.
> My approach was to start with a fresh install of RHEL on a
> new system and I worked my way through every page of the RHEL
> manuals. I remember reading a paragraph that said you need a
> certain directory to boot so I deleted it and tried to boot
> (the book was right :-)). I found different ways to render a
> system unbootable learned how to recover.
Great, I have been doing this for the past couple of weeks. Is it OK to
practice at home using Fedora instead of RHEL?
> > Also, where can I find updated info on PAM administration?
> > I find seems to be dated.
> I haven't checked the RHEL doc set recently but there should
> be PAM doc in there.
there is but kind of thin. I will look somd more
> I took the Rapid Track Course and it's a good one. Pay lots
> of attention, study every night, and if the instructor will
> let you, stay a bit longer, especially on the Thursday when
> you do the troubleshooting exercises.
> When you get to the exam, don't even think about leaving
> early. Check, double-check, and triple-check your work. It
> may make the difference between a pass and a fail.
> Good luck on your exam!
Thanks alot! this was helpful!!
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