The Red Hat Linux Study Guide is a must for aspiring Red Hat certified engineers. The book encompasses basics, installation, working with shells and editors, GNOME desktops, KDE Linux desktop and more. Besides discussing theoretical details, the book contains practical exercises at the end of each chapter for self-assessment.
The Chapters are specially designed to enable an engineer to thoroughly test himself for actual competency on live systems in the end.
The book focuses on practical hands on skills as well as theoretical aspect, preparing the reader for the Red Hat Certified Engineer Program. The RHCE certification serves as a qualification metric in order to assess individual preparation and competency for key job roles involving Red Hat Linux.
All these concepts are dealt with in detail to capacitate an engineer to garner an in-depth knowledge of the subject. The exercises given at the end of the book are formulated to have components of technical hands-on experience in the subject.
After reading Red Hat Linux Study Guide the reader can practice installing, configuring and activating network services and get himself/herself completely prepared for the certification track.
After reading the Red Hat Linux Study Guide the reader can practise installing, configuring and activating network services and get himself/herself completely prepared for the certification track.