LinuxG33k wrote: »
It's not all that bad. The objectives cover basic commands and system services that come as part of a base install....think coreutils package.
Downside is that the questions require intimate knowledge of uncommon switches to virtually all basic commands (cp, mv, rpm, yum, apt-get, etc). So even an experienced user will likely need to perform some manpage perusing.
Once you feel prepared, as a last step, look over the objectives as listed on LPI's site. Spout off everything you know about each objective as if teaching someone. Once you get to an objective you aren't comfortable teaching then study up and repeat. Worked for me, ymmv.
Also, you may want to wait till later this month and take the CompTIA Linux+ instead. Supposedly you will earn both the Linux+ and the LPIC-1 at the same time. CompTIA's upcoming Linux+ is in partnership with LPI, which is pretty cool (missed it by a month myself).
oberatixx wrote: »
Hi everyone!! I'm new to the boards and relatively new to the field. I'm currently preparing for my LPI 101 exam and was wondering how hard it is? Thanks in advance.
hankliang wrote: »
I also want to know how hard it is. Find that although I familial with basic command but still will make mistake at exise. So I think it is neccesary to take more exsise and perusing manpage.
SephStorm wrote: »
anyone have an answer about the Novel CLA question?
veritas_libertas wrote: »
A better question is why would anyone still be using Novell