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Post by Suamis » 2014/02/09 13:57:47


I'm preparing to make that exam but i spent all my cash to pay for it so dont have cash to buy redhat, got question can i learn everythink on centos ? its 100% totaly same system just without support ?

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Re: RHCE Exam

Post by scottro » 2014/02/09 16:30:22

Yes, many people use CentOS or ScientificLinux to prep for the exam. The best known book on it (at least as far as I can tell), by Michael Jang shows that the author is using ScientificLinux in to install at one point.
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Re: RHCE Exam

Post by thema27 » 2014/04/03 16:13:25

Yeah, I'm taking my test in two weeks (Apr 18) and have been using CentOS6. I'd consider CentOS or Scientific Linux. The only thing that might be a concern is the RHN channel or enterprise/tech support. Other than that, it is just about the same. Also, steer clear from Fedora. Word is that CentOS6/SL6 is the closest you can get to Red Hat OS you will see on the exam.
But hey, good luck!

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Re: RHCE Exam

Post by nelgin » 2014/05/08 01:26:44

How did everyone do? Do I get to say hello to new fellow RHCE's?

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Re: RHCE Exam

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Re: RHCE Exam

Post by MacGyver_73 » 2014/08/07 10:46:09

My Exam will be in October .. first RHCA, short afterwards RHCE
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