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compTIA linux+ is vendor neutral certification.

By Kennedy_f ·
I found compTIA linux+ is vendor neutral certification and gives all linux required information untill you are not doing research on o/s work. Its quite good. I had wok on AIX linux project, hard enough. I'd given compTIA linux+ exam and passed it. By going through study i get familiar with linux. You know now i like to work only on linux.

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by Jaqui In reply to compTIA linux+ is vendor ...

comptia and lcpi are the only two non vendor specific certifications for linux.

I usually reccomend that people pick one of these two, the general information is much better for the entire carrer than a distro centric certification.

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