Chapter 54. RH300: RHCE Rapid track course (and RHCE exam)

Chapter 54. RH300: RHCE Rapid track course (and RHCE exam)

54.1. Course Description

The fastest path to RHCE certification for experienced UNIX/Linux users.

54.1. Course Description

Five days in duration, this course provides intensive hands-on training on Red Hat Linux, and includes the RHCE Certification Exam on the last day.

54.1.1. Prerequisites

RH033, RH133, RH253 or equivalent experience with UNIX. Please do not register for RH300 unless you are experienced with systems administration or are a power user in UNIX or Linux environments.

54.1.2. Goal

Upon successful completion of this course, individuals will be a Red Hat Linux system administrator who has been trained and then tested using the RHCE Exam.

54.1.3. Audience

UNIX or Linux system administrators who have significant real-world experience and who want a fast-track course to prepare for the RHCE Exam.

54.1.4. Course Objectives

  1. Hardware and Installation (x86 architecture)

  2. Configuration and administration

  3. Alternate installation methods

  4. Kernel services and configuration

  5. Standard networking services

  6. X Window system

  7. User and host security

  8. Routers, Firewalls, Clusters and Troubleshooting

54.1.5. Follow-on Courses

Enterprise Architect curriculum and RHCA certification

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