41. Copyright & Disclaimer
41.1 General Disclaimer
First off, I am not currently a RHCE (as of date on this study guide at the top), although I’m planning to get my certification later this year. I created this guide to help myself study for the exam. While the information in this document is correct to the best of my knowledge, I DO NOT guarantee the accuracy of ANY of the information contained in this document. This information comes without any warranty of any kind, implied or otherwise. I am not responsible for any damage that may be caused by using the information in this document whether the damage is to your computer, your brain, or anything else. In short, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. You have been warned.
The amount of detail per topic varies greatly for many reasons, some of which include:
* My personal familiarity and comfort level with the topic.
* How relevant I personally feel it will be on the exam.
In other words, just because I cover something in great detail doesn’t mean it will be on the test. Likewise, if I cover a topic briefly, it doesn’t mean that it won’t be covered in detail on the exam. In short, only you know what areas you need to improve in, and there is no way to be certain what will be asked on the exam.
This document will in no way prepare you for the RHCE exam by itself. You need a lot of hands on experience. I recommend taking some of Red Hat’s excellent training courses. If you live in or near Denver, consider yourself lucky. The instructor there is excellent in my opinion.
All network addresses, hostnames, and domain names used in this document were made up. I attempted to pick names that no one would actually use. Where possible, I stayed within those IP addresses reserved for internal use.
41.2 Why am I sharing this document?
I think it will help the Linux movement by having more certified technical people in the job market that can support Linux. While it is true that a certification is not the only measure of technical expertise, I believe it is important that there be a large group of certified individuals available to help push Linux into areas where it isn’t currently a major player (e.g. the desktop). So, if this document helps even one other person attain their RHCE, then I think it was worth sharing it.
This document is copyright(c) 2002 Steve Bremer. I’ve gathered this information from various sources including but not limited to:
1. The Manuals that come with Red Hat Linux.
2. Red Hat Certified Engineer Linux Study Guide 2nd Edition from Global Knowledge (with the aide of Syngress Media, Inc. and Osborne McGraw-Hill)
3. Materials provided by Red Hat in their excellent training courses that I’ve taken.
4. Documentation provided within Red Hat’s packages.
5. Man pages.
6. Various web sites.
I’ve always tried to give credit where credit is due if I’ve copied anything directly out of one of the above mentioned documents. If you noticed any place where I’ve failed to do so, please contact me via e-mail.
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41. Copyright & Disclaimer