Linux Learning

Posted on 2007-08-05
Last Modified: 2013-12-15

I'm a new trainer in Linux LPI Level 1 ... 101 and 101 ..
and i look for bradford learning ebook (PDF) can any body help me to find this books ?

Question by:palserv
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    Accepted Solution

    If you are LPI trainer, you may use benefits of LPI training program described here:

    Most impotent of benefits is: "The Training Organization will:

    1.Use LPI Approved Training Materials (LPI ATM). "

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    Expert Comment

    There us no LPIC below 101. There are only 101, 102, 201, 202, 301, 302.

    Also after some googling I found some third party  trainings:

    LPIC-1 practice tests for 101 and 102 exams (at the bottom):

    Not that easy... Really.

    LPIC-2 training materials (registration on IBM is required to view):


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