RHCE: Red Hat Certified Engineer Study Guide

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SYBEX, 2000 - Computers - 789 pages
Passing the Red Hat Certification Engineer Exam (RH302) isn't easy -- students must master intense lab-based components. The hands-on exam requires success in installing and configuring Red Hat, setting up common network (IP) services, and performing essential administration, diagnostic tests and troubleshooting, among other internetworking and systems administration tasks. This book is THE answer for anyone who wants to take and pass the RHCE Certification Exam in order to become certified in setting up and administering a Red Hat Linux server for critical network services and security. Coverage includes important background information, hands-on exercises for lab-based topics, real-world troubleshooting exercises for a variety of scenarios, challenging review questions for each exercise, strategies, tips and tricks for passing the exam -- all written by an experienced author who passed the exam with flying colors! The companion CD includes a test engine and flash cards.

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McCarty teaches Management Information Systems & Computer Science at Azusa Pacific University.

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