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Hi guys
Can any one advice me about linux certification?
Thank you
 
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Personally, I was getting a little involved in the Linux Certification process. It really would be a great cert to have as part of a certification portfolio. Employers always want to know if you know Linux.

I noticed that Novell offers a CNA or CNE or something for their Suse product. The CNA was always the most respected network certification years ago. I think being Suse certified by Novell would be a real feather in the cap.

Hmmm....Maybe one day.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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It depends on your strategy and planning. Either you stick with one type of certification from the same vendor or you want to be more independent.

The stick-with-cert-vendor strategy: take LPI certification (about 6-7 exams till the advanced level, every 2 exams you get certificate --> fundamental, intermediate, enterprise) or RHCE (total about 6-7 exams, after the first 3-4 exams you get RHCA I think) or Novell Linux Certification (Novell Linux Professional and Novell Linux Engineer). In this field, RHCE is the most respected and most difficult one.

The i-am-not-so-sure strategy: take CompTIA Linux+ (1 exam) than you can decide later if Linux the right one for you to take certification and do the stick-with-cert-vendor strategy
 
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www.linuxcertification.org/

Can help you..
 
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