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This book includes new exercises and sample questions never before in print. Offering numerous sample questions, critical time-saving tips plus information available nowhere else, this book will help you pass the RHCT - RH202 Red Hat Certified Technician exam on your FIRST try.
Buy this. Read it. And Pass the RHCT - RH202 Red Hat Certified Technician Exam.
This book provides a laser sharp focus on all the exam objectives with a cohesive, concise, yet comprehensive coverage of all the topics included in the RHCT - RH202 Red Hat Certified Technician Lab Exam.
It includes over 250 questions modelled after the real exam with answers and an Exam Quick Prep feature which recaps all the important points for the last hour preparation before taking the exam.
Covers all RH202 exam topics, including:
* Hardware, Device Configuration, and Installation
* Linux Filesystem Management
* System Initialization and Services
* User Administration
* Network Configuration
* System Administration Tools
* RPM, Boot Loaders, and Kickstart
* Kernel Services and Configuration
* The X Window System
Posted September 3, 2009
Don't waste your money on this pathetic attempt at a prep guide. I bought it even though it had no reviews because it was published only a month ago and I assumed that meant that it would be up to date with RHEL 5.3. As soon as I cracked it open and saw the size 20 font I knew I was in for trouble. I created an account on B&N hoping I could prevent others from making the same mistake I did. I reads like someone typed out their own notes and called it a book. Let me give you a few exact quotes as examples (Note: I've only read the first 10 pages): "1995 - Red Hat Linux was created as a distributed." "The pico is the easiest editor to use." Here is another one that only serves to confuse the reader: "Division of a hard disk's space is called partitioning. This activity reduces the damage or corruption that may be confined to a single partition and allows data to be retrieved from other drives." Even though it is poorly written and unclear, the underlying idea of that statement makes sense in a larger discussion of disk management and partitioning schemes. But that is the entirety of the author's thought. Luckily for me, I bought RHCE by Jang which so far has been a great book. I am honestly planning on throwing this in the trash where it belongs.
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