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MCP? A Red Hat certification is easier than you think

Discussion in 'News' started by tripwire45, Aug 8, 2006.

  1. tripwire45
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    MCP? A Red Hat certification is easier than you think

    Ready to expand your certification portfolio and overall career prospects? A Red Hat certification is easier than you think. Test your knowledge, plot your certification path, find special offers, and more...

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    Certifications: A+ and Network+


    1. Boycie
      Good read Trip. RHE. That woud stand out from the croud. :)

    2. zimbo
      Guess what i just added to my future developments.... does this mean ill have to stop using debian and look at fedora more closely? :(
    3. fortch
      There a few RHEL distros around, but I'd say the closest and most popular is CentOS. It's a mirror of RHE without most of the RH graphics, and (of course) the proprietary software. Fedora is a bit less stable, due to it being slightly more developmental. Still, changing the repositories (and a few packages) to CentOS, and you can transform FCx into CentOS 4.x

      It uses yum, but up2date is there for the faint of heart :biggrin

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