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Friday, April 29, 2011

RHCE Red Hat Certified Engineer Linux Study Guide

The Best Fully Integrated Study System Available

With hundreds of practice questions and hands-on exercises, RHCE Red Hat Certified Engineer Linux Study Guide, Fifth Edition covers what you need to know--and shows you how to prepare--for this challenging exam.

    * 100% complete coverage of all objectives for exam RH302
    * Exam Readiness Checklist at the front of the book--you're ready for the exam when all objectives on the list are checked off
    * Inside the Exam sections in every chapter highlight key exam topics covered
    * Real-world exercises modeled after hands-on exam scenarios
    * Two complete lab-based exams simulate the format, tone, topics, and difficulty of the real exam
    * Bonus content (available for download) includes installation screen review, basic instructions for using VMware and Xen as testbeds, and paper and pencil versions of the lab exams

Covers all RH302 exam topics, including:

    * Hardware installation and configuration
    * The boot process
    * Linux filesystem administration
    * Package management and Kickstart
    * User and group administration
    * System administration tools
    * Kernel services and configuration
    * Apache and Squid
    * Network file sharing services (NFS, FTP, and Samba)
    * Domain Name System (DNS)
    * E-mail (servers and clients)
    * Extended Internet Services Daemon (xinetd), the Secure package, and DHCP
    * The X Window System
    * Firewalls, SELinux, and troubleshooting

From the Author
This book covers every published objective in the latest two-part hands-on exam (Troubleshooting and System Maintenance; Installation and Configuration) for the Red Hat Certified Engineer credential from Red Hat. Plus it's up to date for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. The best way to prepare for the RHCE exam is with Red Hat's prep courses, but you'll find this book an invaluable resource in your studies and afterwards on the job.

Everything you see on the RHCT exam is part of the RHCE exam. In other words, you can use this book to study for both exams. If you're studying first for the RHCT, read the Introduction. You'll find a guide to the topics to study in the book, based on the publicly available Red Hat exam prep requirements.

But more importantly, to pass the Red Hat exams, you need real-world Linux administration skills. This book can help you brush up and enhance skills in areas where you might be a bit rusty. The problem-based focus means you can use this book even after you pass the RHCE exam.

I've updated this book to the latest requirements, including tips on making Security Enhanced Linux play well with any services you may configure. There are now 16 chapters in this book, which means there are many more labs that can help you practice configuring and troubleshooting Linux.

If you're serious about passing the RHCE or RHCT exam, and can afford it, take the Red Hat courses. And read this book. As suggested by Red Hat's Exam prep guide, practice installing and configuring Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Practice installing, configuring, and activating network services. Configure scenarios that require you to debug the boot process. Configure scenarios that require you to repair network services. Practice until installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining Red Hat Enterprise Linux is second nature to you.


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