Ebook: Introducing the RHCSA and RHCE Exam Preparation Guide

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186 Responses

  1. I just read your email subject “RedHat RHCSA/RHCE Book – Included New Chapter 28 “MariaDB Database Server” you have asked feedback about the book.

    Having Microsoft Windows background, I had started the work on Linux with no knowledge but after buying this book I found Linux not so hard as it seems. I am using this book as a reference at work and found it really helpful.

    It’s very precise and well organized, each and every topic is well explained which makes the knowledge transfer pretty efficient. The new addition will be a great addition to an already great book. I will appreciate if you can also include tips and tricks to learn Linux for people who have come from Microsoft Windows background. I would also recommend to add practical exam questions which will be very helpful for candidates who are preparing for RHCSA/RHCE exam. Thanks

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Imtiaz,

      Thanks for the feedback about the book, for tips and tricks, I suggest you to read our Linux Tips and Tricks section here: http://www.tecmint.com/tag/linux-tricks/

      About practical exam questions, we’ve no yet planned, but looking at user requests, we will shall soon provide you a exam checklist, till then stay tuned to Tecmint..

  2. Mike Savage says:

    I’m excited to read and lean Red Hat. I look forward to studying with you guide.

  3. feeroz says:

    Hi Ravi, Your book looks very promising and can’t wait to read it but can I just ask when you might have an update?? Anytime soon ?

  4. bruno says:

    I found the book very detailed and quite interesting ,can you guys please add some more practical labs cause am planning to write my RHCSA 7 soon. Also send kindly send me the awk command hand book as soon as it’s ready. You guys are doing a great job on this site. Tectmint for life!

  5. Daz says:

    Is a handy book to go over topics as discussed in a redhat class/ book. I look forward to the extra chapter on maria db since that is one of my weaker subjects.!

  6. Jeff Holkingsworth says:

    It’s good to use for studying.

  7. Jean Marie Deugoue says:

    It’s a good to have thinking to write this book but I will recommend to add practical exam questions and how to as were those questions. It will be very helpful for candidates for RHCSA and RHCE exam. You might also make more money with the adding.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Jean,

      Sure we will add some practical questions about RHCSA and RHCE in upcoming update, but as we promised all future updates will be free, so no way to make more money…:)

  8. Andrew Vincent says:

    I am really grateful for your customer service and additional chapters

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