[lpi-discuss]Question about the test?
crawford.rainwater at linux-etc.net
Tue Apr 6 17:19:35 EDT 2004
Quoting ross brunson <ross at brunson.org>:
> After a week in Linux? Dunno, do you have ANY other Unix experience?
> I'd hate to put a hex on you, but if your sole experience with
> Unix/Linux consists of a week's time, this exam may be even *more* of
> a learning experience than you intended... Anyone else agree on this?
I am going to have to definitely concur with Ross on this, so unless you are a
sadist, plan on some more studying and practical time before attempting the
exams in all honesty.
> Like I tell everyone else, get a good book, a machine or a copy of
> vmware/virtual pc, some iso's of RH 7.3, Knoppix and a copy of the LPI
> objectives and start doing everything you can find in the book and
> objectives. If there are things you can't figure out how to do on
> your machines or that you can't explain to someone else, you're not ready
> for that topic on the exam, imho.
Listen to Ross here as well. Good points.
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