8 tips for passing the Linux Professional Institute Certification exam

Posted by j00p34 on Feb 22, 2010 3:45 PM EDT
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The LPI certification is a great way to show you have Linux system administration knowledge. Especially when you don't haven working experience a certification is a valid tool to show you do have special knowledge about the operating system. The problem is the LPI didn't create the certification for people without experience. As a matter of fact, the exam is actually aimed at finding experienced administrators. That's why they have a lot of questions about stuff you don't encounter all the time, like little used options for command line arguments.

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