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Discuss Digest, Vol 27, Issue 32

Hello Chris,

It really depends on your desired career path.  What are your goals?  I would recommend either LPIC or CompTIA Linux + because they are vendor neutral.  The CompTIA cert is now a life time cert unlike the LPIC which requires recertification every 5 years.  Hopefully LPI will reconsider that its an expiring certification just as CompTIA recently did.  Personally if they don't I'm not re-certifying.

Best of luck,
> Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 23:21:27 -0500
> From: "Chris O'Connell" 
> Subject: Linux Certifications
> To: blu 
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> I'm thinking about going for a Linux certification.  Can anyone suggest
> which of the numerous certifications might be the best for my career's
> future?  Also, any free resources for studying?


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