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I am going to test for my Linux(most likely Red Hat) certification in December. I have a couple of personal laptops with Centos 6.4 loaded for testing/practice.
What is Linux certification is considered the best for employment?
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Worth noting / considering: Red Hat tests your ability to apply your knowledge by asking you to fix/configuring stuff in a VM, while LPIC takes a multi-guess theoretical approach to certification, and does require some non RH based knowledge (but not SuSE, which is the main non RH distribution you're likely to run into).
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