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With hundreds of practice questions and hands-on exercises, RHCE Red Hat Certified Engineer Linux Study Guide, Fifth Edition covers what you need to know—and shows you how to prepare—for this challenging exam. 100% complete coverage of all objectives for exam RH302 Exam Readiness Checklist at the front of the book—you're ready for the exam when all objectives on the list are checked off Inside the Exam sections in every chapter highlight key exam topics covered Real-world exercises modeled after hands-on exam scenarios Two complete lab-based exams simulate the format, tone, topics, and difficulty of the real exam Bonus content (available for download) includes installation screen review, basic instructions for using VMware and Xen as testbeds, and paper and pencil versions of the lab exams Covers all RH302 exam topics, including: Hardware installation and configuration The boot process Linux filesystem administration Package management and Kickstart User and group administration System administration tools Kernel services and configuration Apache and Squid Network file sharing services (NFS, FTP, and Samba) Domain Name System (DNS) E-mail (servers and clients) Extended Internet Services Daemon (xinetd), the Secure package, and DHCP The X Window System Firewalls, SELinux, and troubleshooting
Chapter 1 - RHCE PrerequisitesChapter 2 - Hardware and InstallationChapter 3 - The Boot ProcessChapter 4 - Linux Filesystem AdministrationChapter 5 - Package ManagementChapter 6 - User AdministrationChapter 7 - System Administration ToolsChapter 8 – Kernal Services and ConfigurationChapter 9 - The HTTP ServiceChapter 10 - Network File Sharing ServicesChapter 11 - Domain Name ServiceChapter 12 - Electronic MailChapter 13 - Other Networking ServicesChapter 14 - The X Window SystemChapter 15 - Securing ServicesChapter 16 - TroubleshootingGlossary
Michael Jang, LCP, MCSE, RHCE is the authorof the previous two bestselling editions of the RHCE Study Guide and several other certification prep books.
Posted March 25, 2010
This book is loaded with information, but a beginner will find it a bit sketchy in places. There is an assumption that the reader will have a certain amount of experience and knowledge before reading this. Since I am just learning Linux, I found incomplete explanations of certain topics because it is assumed the reader already knows the information. What is covered is really helpful and generally well-explained, but I did have to consult other sources to get a complete understanding of all topics.
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Posted March 10, 2003
The book is not bad but it falls far from great. The author does not seem to have a great UNIX background and it shows. Like any other books there are mistakes. I thought the book prepared me for the test but how well will never be known. I got ready to take the test and found it it's $750 I thought it would be the standard ~$150. I won't even to begin to comment what RH people are smoking when they came up w/that price. Well, at least I learned some Linux stuff I did not know.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 30, 2010
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