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This is a free ebook published by Wikibookshttp://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LPI_Linux_Certification
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This book covers the Linux Professional Institute‚Ñ¢ family of certifications. There are three levels of LPI‚Ñ¢ certification * Level 1: Junior Level Linux Professional. * Level 2: Advanced Level Linux Professional. * Level 3: Senior Level Linux Professional. To obtain a certification a candidate is required to pass exams and, for Level 2 and Level 3, to hold a lower-level certification from the LPI‚Ñ¢. All LPIC candidates are encouraged to browse the documentation at the LPI‚Ñ¢ website. The resources there will familiarize the candidate with many things that are outside the scope of this book (e.g. exam cost, testing centers, other training resources) you are also encouraged to register with the LPI‚Ñ¢ so that you can access the candidate area.
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