[lpi-discuss]cert prep

Mike Partyka mpartyka at mn.rr.com
Mon Feb 16 14:45:55 EST 2004


but you still think thr trainingcamp immersion is a better course?

thanks for the links they made for some informative reading!

On Fri, 13 Feb 2004 01:36:01 -0800, ross brunson <ross at brunson.org> wrote:

> I'm completely prejudiced about where I recommend, with good reason.
>
> http://www.trainingcamp.net
>
> Reviews:
> By Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier of UnixReview.com
> http://www.unixreview.com/documents/s=8989/ur0401h/
>
> By Sean McCormick lately of Cramsession.com
> http://www.linuxtrainers.biz/Cramsession_-_Adventures_in_Linux.pdf
>
> Of course, we do bootcamps, so it's an immersion into Linux, with some
> of those nasty services and permissions etc, but great coverage of the
> Kernel, hardware and devices, and of course, SSH.
>
> Also check out http://www.insidertraining.com/classofferings.asp for
> e-learning.
>
> Ross
>
> On Sun, 2004-02-15 at 08:10, Mike Partyka wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I am in Minneapolis, MN and am looking for a good LPI preparation 
>> course,
>> but it's tough becuase i don't need to learn chmod, services, etc. I 
>> have
>> those basics down but things like kernel modules, installing devices, 
>> SSH,
>> i could use a deeper understanding of. Could anyone on this list 
>> suggest a
>> good traingin center, even somewhere outsie the state as i'm sure my
>> company would pay.
>>
>> TIA



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