Re: linux certifications
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 10:35:34 +1100
"Joe.." <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Currently Im looking to certify in linux based os.
> I only have these 3 options
> LPI (Linux Professional Institute)
> RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer)
> which would best suit someone needing to get into sys admin job...
> if it makes any difference the flavour of linux i prefer to use is debian
> thanks in advance
- Re: [SLE] Old versions of Linux distribution
... >>> certified linux distros. ... > CER> are in fact not maintained, and thus, not certified! ... Ok, and which version do they certify for SuSE, the old faithful 7.3? ... can not seriously consider installing that. ...
- Re: linux certifications
... Joe.. ... > Currently Im looking to certify in linux based os. ... Multiple choice only, but not very expensive. ...
- Re: [opensuse] HP computers?
... Disclaimer: I work for HP on the linux.helpcustomers Programme. ... Whilst we don't certify or test Linux on any of the consumer Pavilion range, the Pavilion P6310de looks like a safe bet in terms of hardware specification. ... I have 7 HP computers in sight at the moment and only 3 IBM's ...
- Re: Getting HP to support Debian
... > Even if they would sell it blank and certify that it works ... About midsummer I bought two HP pavilions for about 2500 dollars, ... tried to buy them with Linux installed for the same reason, that is, as ... So, from my pocket point of view, even paying the M$ tax ...
- linux certifications
... Currently Im looking to certify in linux based os. ... LPI (Linux Professional Institute) ... RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer) ...