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Master every topic on Red Hat’s new RHCSA™ and RHCE® exams.
- Assess your knowledge and focus your learning.
- Get the practical workplace knowledge you need!
Start-to-finish RHCSA™ and RHCE® preparation from leading Linux system administrator, IT trainer, and certification expert Damian Tommasino!
Master every RHCSA™ and RHCE® topic!
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 local and network installation
- System services, runlevels, and bootup
- Disks, partitions, and file systems, including LUKS encryption
- Package management
- User administration
- Logging, monitoring, and automation
- Kernel updates and tuning
- Security, including SELinux, firewalls, and policies
- Remote access, including SSH
- Apache, Squid, DNS, DHCP, NTP, and email
- NFS and Samba
- Client and network troubleshooting
- KVM virtualization
Test your knowledge, build your confidence, and succeed!
- 22 hands-on RHCSA™ and RHCE® Labs, each with multiple real-world tasks
- Downloadable troubleshooting scripts
- Practical tutorials and real-world tips
- Exam tips
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Command Quick Reference
- Exclusive Red Hat exam prep advice and task lists
- Two full length lab-based practice exams
Damian Tommasino (RHCE, RHCSA, MCSA, CCNA, CCENT, MCP, Security+, Network+, A+) is a Linux system administrator at TradeCard and CEO of Modular Learning Inc., an online IT training company. He blogs on Red Hat, Linux, and security at Security Nut (http://secnut.blogspot.com), and actively contributes to the popular IT exam certification forums at techexams.net.
|Publisher:||Pearson IT Certification|
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|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Damian Tommasino is currently a Linux system administrator at TradeCard and CEO of Modular Learning, Inc., an online IT training company. His current certifications include RHCE, RHCSA, MCSA, CCNA, CCENT, MCP, Security+, Network+, and A+. He has a popular blog called Security Nut (http://secnut.blogspot.com) that covers Red Hat, Linux, security, and more. Damian also spends time over at techexams.net helping out in the forums and conversing with friends.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The book serves well enough for brushing up. But you definitely need to use another book as well. There are a large number of mistakes, some of which aren't completely evident at first glance. The labs are seriously broken. They have you do things that are supposed to break your system, that does not do so. One example, remove your /etc/inittab file and reboot. Well, in RHEL5 and below, yes, your system is broken. In 6, nope. Inittab is deprecated. Removing this will not break your system. It's these kinds of errors that seriously leave this book lacking. REALLY needs fixing. Recommend looking elsewhere.