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Everything you see on the RHCT exam is part of the RHCE exam. In other words, you can use this book to study for both exams. If you're studying first for the RHCT, read the Introduction. You'll find a guide to the topics to study in the book, based on the publicly available Red Hat exam prep requirements.
But more importantly, to pass the Red Hat exams, you need real-world Linux administration skills. This book can help you brush up and enhance skills in areas where you might be a bit rusty. The problem-based focus means you can use this book even after you pass the RHCE exam.
I've updated this book to the latest requirements, including tips on making Security Enhanced Linux play well with any services you may configure. There are now 16 chapters in this book, which means there are many more labs that can help you practice configuring and troubleshooting Linux.
If you're serious about passing the RHCE or RHCT exam, and can afford it, take the Red Hat courses. And read this book. As suggested by Red Hat's Exam prep guide, practice installing and configuring Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Practice installing, configuring, and activating network services. Configure scenarios that require you to debug the boot process. Configure scenarios that require you to repair network services. Practice until installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining Red Hat Enterprise Linux is second nature to you.
Thank you, and good luck!
Covers all RH302 exam topics, including: Installation * Configuration * Partitioning * Filesystem Management * Kernel, Cron, and User Administration * X Window System * Linux Sharing Services * Samba Networking * DNS/BIND, NFS and DHCP * Systems Administration and Security
The best fully integrated study system available
True to the format of the latest RHCE exam! CD-ROM includes:
About the Author: Michael Jang, RHCE, Linux+, LCP, is the author of several computer books and professional certification study guides on Linux and Microsoft operating systems and networking.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
While this book is great for covering the material on the exam, it does not actually include any sample exams. Read morePublished 23 months ago by hafnon
I did not particularly enjoy the style and found the book an excellent cure for insomnia. If I had to say something positive about it, it made me realize I neither wanted or needed... Read morePublished 23 months ago by TampaFDM
I want to pass LPIC-1 first, the RHEL SA later; get cheaper book first after LPIC-1 then
RHCSA next. Wait on LPIC-2 and RHCE
Great book to prepare for the exam. Detailed information. Helpful Q&A. This self help handy book is a must have for newbies to professional Redhat Linux users.Published on July 6, 2013 by belle
well is a good practice for the RH302 exam some chapters are good for practice but others you have many definitions that maybe you said time to sleep :D.Published on February 11, 2013 by Manuel Rodriguez Coria
This is a decent book to get background on the RHCE exam and have an idea as to what it would take to pass. Read morePublished on March 8, 2012 by David Matz
This is an older book, but the concepts still apply today. There is a great deal of information in this book. Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by Taylor Etheredge
I"m very disappointed with this book. No enough detail and examples. Only useful it for a paper weight, or a door stop. I'm looking for a better RHCE study guide.Published on June 21, 2011 by Tony