Ron Kaye Jr on 12 Jun 2011 09:37:19 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] LPI Level 1 Course?

i taught the class at chubb some time ago.
we had a LP text specifically geared to passing an exam.

ibm developerworks has excellent linux tutorials for free

Ron Kaye Jr

Jun 10, 2011 03:18:15 PM, wrote:
On Fri, 10 Jun 2011 15:11:15 -0400, Ryan McMurray wrote:
> hi all!
> i've been using linux in a very limited fashion at work and my goal
> is to get LPI Level 1 certified this year. does anyone know of a
> place
> here in philly or close by where i could take a solid course that
> would prepare me for this? by solid course, i mean not a 3-day crash
> course, but a course with substance. i've contacted temple, drexel,
> and itt tech in KOP with no luck :(
> thanks for any suggestions you might have!

I personnally believe that the best course you can offer yourself is
this book:

And a few __hundred__ hours of practice at home, setting up every
possible service you find on the internet (dhcp, dns, mail, web, jabber,
ldap, nfs, ...).

Of course, command line only ;)

Not very useful, just the result of my personnal experience with
certifications and courses.


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