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Red hat Certification?

Posted: Tue May 06, 2008 11:08 am
by manwerjalil
Dear anyone

I would like to take RHCE examination but i don't know which institute supporting in this matter and where i can find Dump Exams for testing

Pass4sure, Testking etc but freely. can't pay


Thank you

Posted: Tue May 06, 2008 3:17 pm
by syedbilalmasaud
Noman Liaqat khanzada will guide you better on this forum , he have good experience in rhce training stuff , if you are located in karachi might he will help you

Regarding RHCE Exam

Posted: Wed May 07, 2008 3:36 am
by ImranKhan
AOA

dear bro . RHCE exam is not like MCSE Nt-2008 where dumps can take

your score above passing score. RHCE is practical exam of 5.5 hours.

www.techno-ed.com is authorized training partner of Redhat in pakistan

having offices in lahore,karachi and islamabad. they are offering the

course in 30,000 rs/- . One more thing about RHCE ,don't sit in RHCE

exam until you have good experience on REDHAT else you won't be able

to pass the exam whose info will sent to you by email in 3 days . there is

no certificate of RHCE you can use there logo or ID on your cv.

If you want to do that free . leave message on this forum with you email

id with subjects " RHCE books Required" then i will send you the books

(pdf) whenever i got time to do that.

Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 9:27 am
by manwerjalil
Dears

I know the RHCE is not seems to be like MCSE and i have a power to do same. i have already asked about enclosed from the Techno-Ed but they are charging more than actual. I have sent an E-mail to Red Hat and they offering much smaller prices for the above exam and i'll fly for this to Dubai.

Actually I am working on Solaris, Redhat, CentOS, Microsoft, but i would love to choose one platform for Certification and i decided for Redhat. in coming next few months i'll take SCSA exam too.

Have a good time and keep in touch.


Anwar

Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 9:36 am
by manwerjalil
I would like to ask something more about the same.

What is differ between, LPI and RHCT/RHCE ?

should i take LPI exam?

Re: Regarding RHCE Exam

Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 11:44 am
by syedbilalmasaud
ImranKhan wrote:AOA

dear bro . RHCE exam is not like MCSE Nt-2008 where dumps can take

your score above passing score. RHCE is practical exam of 5.5 hours.

www.techno-ed.com is authorized training partner of Redhat in pakistan

having offices in lahore,karachi and islamabad. they are offering the

course in 30,000 rs/- . One more thing about RHCE ,don't sit in RHCE

exam until you have good experience on REDHAT else you won't be able

to pass the exam whose info will sent to you by email in 3 days . there is

no certificate of RHCE you can use there logo or ID on your cv.

If you want to do that free . leave message on this forum with you email

id with subjects " RHCE books Required" then i will send you the books

(pdf) whenever i got time to do that.


could you please email me these books in pdf if you have & what ver you have in PDF .

my email id is syedbilalmasaud@gmail.com

Posted: Sat May 17, 2008 10:22 pm
by nomankhn
Hmm,

Practice makes man perfect I am still learning things on Linux. Bilal RHEL#5 is not difficult i know dear you can easily pass that exam. But those persons who have no experience of linux its really bad to sit in paper and lost 22k PAK R.S for RHCE that techno-ed is offering. Without Troubleshooting and class environments begineers have no idea, i am sure you will be agreee with my opinion.

Regards,
Noman Liaquat

Posted: Sun May 25, 2008 7:33 pm
by syedbilalmasaud
Dear Noman,

Thanks for your suggestion , as for as your concern for new person . actually it depends on how good you have basic , means your operating system . how good you know operating system , how much you love to enter more commands . if you have really very good basics on computer like you know in detail about ram , you know in detail about cpu , you know in detail about file systems , architectures and more stuff basic abc's , so at the end of story if you have really very good ground in computers.you can pass RHCE exam after 2 months of training , I trained a batch of guys who don't know linux but they had very good base in computers and after 2 and half month training , they passed the exam .

so for Linux if you have good ground on computers , you can do it effectively

Thanks

Posted: Thu May 29, 2008 3:53 pm
by nomankhn
Hi Bilal

Thanks for your reply, you are right, but i have also experience when guys wants linux should be stored in their RAM(Brain) without utilization of RAM(brain). In that case i just worried. Even i have a experience a very good company person and on so much technical post during training he told me what is DHCP and what is port?

But you are right about good background of computers and also should person have commited with, then Linux is nothing.

Regards,
Noman Liaquat

Posted: Wed Sep 10, 2008 4:49 pm
by shahzor
does any body know what is the exam fee for now, I have mailed already technoed but din't get any response from them.


thanks
shahzor

Posted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 8:54 am
by x2oxen
It might be raised as due to raise in doller price.

Posted: Sat Sep 13, 2008 2:51 am
by ranatanveer
Noman Liaqat Wrote:

But those persons who have no experience of linux its really bad to sit in paper and lost 22k PAK R.S for RHCE that techno-ed is offering. Without Troubleshooting and class environments begineers have no idea,


Than Noman, how a person who can't approach techno-ed, like live in different city can manage this?

is that necessary to learn techno-ed class environment etc. to appear in RHCE ?

if not so than what are the suggessions ?

Posted: Sat Sep 13, 2008 2:53 am
by ranatanveer
I am asking because i am also thinking about to appear in RHCE but without techno-ed.

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2008 3:28 am
by nomankhn
ranatanveer wrote:I am asking because i am also thinking about to appear in RHCE but without techno-ed.



sorry that is impossible. you can get training with in pure redhat certification exam environment than you can able to judge where you stand. If you think you are good in linux so move on register for exam @ techno-ed. There is no way to clear redhat exam like other certification that is pure practical exam and it requires alot practice on redhat, might be you have alot experience but you should follow the way what RHCI's follow so in that way you can acheive the goal.

Thanks,
Noman Liaquat

Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2008 3:31 am
by nomankhn
x2oxen wrote:It might be raised as due to raise in doller price.


Yes, it is increase, for outsider for rhce it should be above 20K and for rhct also above 12k, but for exact price need to confirm from techno-ed.

Thanks,
Noman Liaquat