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Hi,
Does any one know what is the best source for the SUN certified system administrator, Solaris 2.6? (beside suned.sun.com)
I need more help to get prepared.
Thank you.
Emay
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I contacted Jo Martin at Sun in the UK and she sent me a list of the subjects that you need to cover for the exam and details of how to register for the exam.

When I asked (about 6 months ago) she said there were no study aids or third party help for the certification programme.
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by:Emay
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Pls give me the list of subjects that I have to cover. Thanks
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by:small
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It is quite a long document.  submit a comment with your email address and I will sent it to you.


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by:Emay
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This is my email address:
arlenefy@hotmail.com
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