[SATLUG] Wish me luck!
eli at then7.com
Mon Aug 8 09:07:45 CDT 2005
I'd be interested in rhel 3/4 diffs and jang errors if you have them in an
easily shareable format :-)
I wouldn't want you to spend any real time on it.
> On Sunday 07 August 2005 20:43, Mark Dwayne McCoy wrote:
>> Can't talk specifics, because of the NDA you have to sign before you
>> take the test.
> Good answer.. ;)
>> BTW, the Michael Jang book really helped, but there are minor (but VERY
>> important) differences between RHEL3 (which the book covers), RHEL4
>> (which the exam covers), and CentOS4 (which I used to study). I caught
>> one of the differences the night before the exam, and I'm glad I did!
> Should have asked.. I could have given you just about every difference
> EL3 and EL4. I used the heck out of the Jang book and also marked every
> error (and there are several). Me and another trainer at Rackspace did
> material training and testing of 62 of our folks at Rackspace. We had an
> astounding 92% pass rate!!! (including RHCTs), with 11 perfect scores (out
> 62)! Really proud of our techs. They're hot stuff.
>> recommend that anyone wishing to take the exam use the Jang book and an
>> actual RHEL4 CD to work with. The differences between 3 and 4 will be
>> obvious, and you won't have many problems figuring out how to work
>> around the differences.
> And if anyone on the SATLUG or XCSSA list wants the detailed diffs between
> & 4 before doing any self study work using that book, let me know.
>> The exam prep guide off of the redhat web site
>> is also very important. Print that out and test yourself on every step
>> (even the ones you are "sure" that you know).
>> Since I had to pay for the exam myself in order to get a nice bullet on
>> my resume, I really hope that I passed!!
> Ouch.. Good luck indeed.. Did you pay for the whole RH300 class.. or just
> Exam? Did you take it in Austin at Microtek? (nice lunch layouts and
> eh?)... What'd you pay.. about $6-700? (if you don't mind me asking)
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