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Certifications for Linux.

 
Greenhorn
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Hi,
I am relatively new to programming in Linux. Although have installed and configured Red Hat since its 5.1 version... However, no strong programming experience on Unix expect for one Java project. Mostly on NT.
I was wondering whether I should start off by following the LPI level 1 certification and gradually proceed. I thought of starting to do RHCE but found that it is better to do LPI and then proceed to RHCE.
Any advice for a beginner??
Thanks,
magesh.
 
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I would do Linux+ first, then Linux Certified Professional (GNU's Installation & Configuration Exam), and third the LPI exams. This is in order of easiest to more difficult. There are various more advanced certifications after that, including RHCE.
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