[lpi-discuss] Caveat for those using O'Reilly LPI Linux
Certification in a Nutshell (2nd Edition)
andy.goldschmidt at forlinux.co.uk
Thu Nov 13 03:57:33 EST 2008
Yes thats right.
That o'reilly book is a pretty good representation of the current LPI 1
objectives, but as you can see the LPI objectives do cover a few more
With the new revised LPI 1 objectives (starting April 2009) - I wonder
if that o'reilly book will be any good now.
Does anyone know how different the new objectives are from the old ?
Are any of the major publications currently working on a new LPI book
that specifically covers the April 2009 objectives - any release date
for books ?
On Wed, 2008-11-12 at 18:37 +0000, Imran Chaudhry wrote:
> Fellow LPI exam candidates,
> I've just recently passed LPI-1 exams and am now certified. This book
> helped me a lot. However I found that there are some slight
> differences between what was on the exam and the Objectives listed in
> the book. The book was published in 2006 so I thought it would be up
> to date with the LPI-1 objectives listed on the website but this is
> not so in a just a few areas.
> So for those of you relying on this book, it is a good resource but
> make sure you print out and read the "Detailed Objectives" of each
> exam and note the differences between the book and the website
> eg. both syslog servers and iptables is mentioned on the website but
> not the book.
> Imran Chaudhry
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