From: Chris H. (bluemason_at_gmail.com)
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 23:12:34 -0300 To: Brad Bendily <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I would have a hard look at LPI Certifications - LPIC2 is highly
regarded... Linux+ is still really an intro Cert, even though they
just changed it to where 6 - 12 mos of experience are recommended.
While RHCE is #1 to get, it is also costly; LPI are -very- reasonable.
You can find info on LPI at http://www.lpi.org
On 8/15/05, Brad Bendily <email@example.com> wrote:
> Novell has some certifications for their Linux products.
> They're supposed to be mostly generic, but i'm sure there are
> a few things specific to SuSE linux.
> Brad Bendily - CNA/CLE
> On Sat, 13 Aug 2005, Dev Anand wrote:
> > Hi All ,
> > I was going through www.giac.org which mentions highly about the GCUX.
> > Has anyone got any idea on the scope of it for current Linux Admins
> > here now and then ??
> > Kindly adivse.
> > Regarding the certifications for Linux , other than RHCE, do we have
> > anything good to mention something in admin side or forensic side of
> > Linux ??
> > -Thanks
> > Deva