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irish1916
April 7th, 2007, 05:08 PM
Not sure if I am in the right forum or not but here is my question. Is there any good study material for the LPI test.I am looking for some books if they are available and some thing on the net.Just now switching from windows and I am looking to get a good base to learn Linux.

Thank you

MrHorus
April 8th, 2007, 10:14 AM
As an aside, if anyone is going to Debconf then I believe the LPI exams will be available for 60 Euro each.

bullgr
April 10th, 2007, 08:47 AM
LPI Linux Certification in a Nutshell from oreilly.com or amazon.com
covers LPI exams 101, 102, 201 and 202.

But can someone advice how to prepare for the Ubuntu LPI exam?
Is there any book?

The training courses are far away from there i live...

Fascination
April 10th, 2007, 09:50 AM
If you've managed to pass the 101 and 102 (which are required to get the certification) then I imagine any one of the numerous titles floating around on Amazon could help you out. After 101 and 102, I'd expect you to know the majority of the Ubuntu curriculum: http://www.ubuntu.com/partners/training/certificationcourses/professional/curriculum

Good luck. :)

bullgr
April 10th, 2007, 05:02 PM
If you've managed to pass the 101 and 102 (which are required to get the certification) then I imagine any one of the numerous titles floating around on Amazon could help you out. After 101 and 102, I'd expect you to know the majority of the Ubuntu curriculum: http://www.ubuntu.com/partners/training/certificationcourses/professional/curriculum

Good luck. :)
yes, ok, but is there any book to learn all the Ubuntu stuff to pass the Ubuntu exam?
what for books use they in the training courses?

Fascination
April 11th, 2007, 02:18 PM
yes, ok, but is there any book to learn all the Ubuntu stuff to pass the Ubuntu exam?
what for books use they in the training courses?

As far as I know, there isnt one book that will cover the entire Ubuntu exam from start to finish. If you follow the link I posted and research the various areas covered in there, and if you've completed your 101 and 102 you'll be fine. To be honest, if you do have the 101/102 already then just using the Ubuntu Wiki links on that page would be sufficient. :P

irish1916
April 12th, 2007, 09:36 PM
Has anybody had a chance to check out O'Reilly school here (http://oreillyschool.com/).It seems pretty reasonable for a noob.