wiggles at xnet.com
Wed Apr 11 13:03:57 CDT 2007
Tom "spot" Callaway wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-04-11 at 10:44 -0500, Scott Lockwood wrote:
>> On Wed, 2007-04-11 at 09:34 -0500, Tim Wielgos wrote:
>>> Hey everyone--
>>> I'm taking the RHCE in two weeks from Friday. Any advice? What should
>>> I make sure I know before I go in?
>> I'm assuming you've set it up, and played with it backwards and
>> forwards? If not, start now, two weeks is a little short to really do
>> much prep if you haven't already done so. Tom can chime in, since he
>> works for Red Hat...
> I have to be careful what I say here, due to my employer. Much of the
> material on the internet is terribly out of date (rhce2b.com is notably
> Be very comfortable actually performing the items listed here:
> Know RHEL 5, know Red Hat specifics, and know them cold. You will be
> asked to do these things. Don't bother memorizing man pages.
> Be familiar with the topics covered in RH133 and RH253:
> And above all, remain calm. It's not an easy exam. I've seen very smart
> people get flustered on a single item, and spend way too much time
> trying to get it, and fail as a result.
> Good luck!
> ~spot, RHCE #804005138415161
I am enrolled in the RH300 class -- how much extra information is
usually required for the exam, beyond what's given in that class?
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