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How to Pass the Linux+ Certification Exam

Linux+ certification is the brain child of the Computing Technology Industry Association which is commonly known as CompTIA. The Linux+ certification is termed as a vendor neutral certification exam as it is not one that complies with a particular retailer’s software or hardware. This exam is considered to be the most different type of examination when we talk about the Information technology industry. There are lots of certified programs of IT companies like Novell’s Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) certification, Red Hat’s Certified Engineer Certification (RHCE) etc that are dealing with a particular vendor’s hardware or software.
An individual’s knowledge and skill level on the Linux operating system is tested when one takes the Linux+ certification exam. The certificate holder will be an expert in software configurations, management of Linux-based systems, its servers and security, understanding file permissions and indicating knowledge of user administration. All the aspects pertaining to Linux operating …