ross at brunson.org
Mon Apr 19 17:40:16 EDT 2004
Makes me wish I knew more German! 3 years in FRG and I still need
babelfish to help me out...
Duane and all, there will be a new LPIC Level 1 book coming out in early
August from Pearson in the Exam Cram 2 series. I'm just finishing the
last couple of chapters and I think you'll find it a lot of help.
I'll try to get the publishing elves to work faster, I know everyone is
having a hard time with the older books and translating the objectives
to the new layout.
I agree with Peer, the best way to find out what's on the exam for free
is to visit the objectives on the LPI site. I've attached a document I
made from them that puts the objectives on two pages, but leaves out all
the explanatory details.
Ross at Brunson.org
On Mon, 2004-04-19 at 15:45, Peer Heinlein wrote:
> Am Montag, 19. April 2004 15:32 schrieb Duane.McGeean at CGI-Europe.com:
> > The book I used was LPI certification in a nutshell. Accoirding to this
> > book, RPM managemtn and hardware ports etc are in the 102 section ???
> LPI has changed the objectives more then one year ago. The nutshell-book is
> very old and it is based on the old objectives.
> > Does anybody actually know what the required study details are ???
> Just have a look to the lpi website. There are the the "official"
> If you are German (looks like if you did the test on linux-praxis.de) have
> a look to my LPI book, which will start in Germany this friday. It`s based
> on the actual objectives and is very close to them:
> Peer Heinlein, LPIC-1, Open Source Press, ISBN 3-937514-02-3
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