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    Anyone done any Linux exams?

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    I haven't though I checked for pricing for Red Hat Training to become a RHCT. It was over $2000 and I believe that was American funds.
    The strength of the turbulence is directly proportional to the temperature of you coffee.
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    More to the point .... why would you take certification in a unix 'flavour' ?

    Even if you accept the 'need' which variety is best chocolate or strawberry ???

    All the distributers now seem to offer certification in their own unix variety, as pointed out at a cost...

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    Originally posted by Dark Millennium
    I haven't though I checked for pricing for Red Hat Training to become a RHCT. It was over $2000 and I believe that was American funds.
    You could always become an american citizen, dedicate 4 years of your life to defending our nation, and take advantage of the Montgomery GI Bill college/education funding...then you would get it at no monetary cost
    --Those who think they know everything annoy those of us that do.

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    Registered User Dark Millennium's Avatar
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    You could always become an american citizen, dedicate 4 years of your life to defending our nation, and take advantage of the Montgomery GI Bill college/education funding...then you would get it at no monetary cost
    uhm.......no. I won't be doing that.
    The strength of the turbulence is directly proportional to the temperature of you coffee.
    (Gunter's Second Law of Air Travel)

    If a program is useful, it will have to be changed.
    (Laws of Computer Programming, III)

    Thanx to Adept for the Avatar

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