[lpi-discuss] Which dists are closest to New LPIC 101/102Objectives?
G. Matthew Rice
matt at starnix.com
Tue May 26 10:42:19 EDT 2009
Andy Goldschmidt <andy.goldschmidt at forlinux.co.uk> writes:
> I personally use "Debian 4" and "Centos 5"
Good choice. Debian 5 wasn't released until Feb. A couple of months after
the latest objectives were released.
Also, absence of these commands/files from the latest distro shouldn't be a
cause to not learn about them. As a professional, you won't always get to
work on the latest distro versions ;)
> I also have a "Redhat 9" virtual machine for the really old objectives.
> On Sun, 24 May 2009 22:56:11 -0400, "Ted Jordan, JordanTeam Learning LLC"
> <ted at jordanteam.com> wrote:
> > Just finished reviewing the latest objectives, and am having
> > a hard time finding/matching settings, files, commands for the
> > dists that I'm using (Fedora 10, and Debian 5). The main
> > issues are in the 102 Objectives
> > 1) I found that syslog is gone, and replaced with rsyslog
> > 2) ubuntu no longer uses /etc/inittab (sysV) startup
> > 4) no xorg.conf in Fedora
> > 7) cannot find GOK or emacspeak for Fedora or Debian
> > 8) tzconfig not available on Fedora/Debian
> > Searched thru repos for some of these and no luck
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