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LPI 200-Level Exam Updates Planned for April

Discussion in 'News' started by wagnerk, Dec 14, 2008.

  1. wagnerk
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    LPI 200-Level Exam Updates Planned for April

    The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) updates to the 200-level exams are now known, and the exams are expected to go live to the public in April.

    In the past, I've been critical of the certification for aging; while I think it's the best vendor-neutral Linux certification on the market, I also think too many years pass between updates. I'm pleased, however, with the upcoming set of objectives and think they reflect the knowledge expected of a mid-level administrator admirably.

    To become certified at the LPIC-2 level, a candidate must pass two exams: 201 and 202. Here's a list of the top-level topics for the 201 exam along with their subtopics and weighting (each number is worth roughly 1.66 percent of the total exam):

    Read about the list of updates here.

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