[CentOS] RHCE question

Fri Jan 14 22:33:21 UTC 2011
mahmoud mansy <jecko617 at gmail.com>

ok,but i think  fedora is more convinent as desktop but which is
better as server and workstation centos or fedora i mean can be both
the desktop and the server in the same time?

On 1/14/11, Rob Del Vecchio <rob.delvecchio at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Since the RHCE exam is based on RHEL, that would be the best OS to work
>> with. If you don't want to shell out the money for RHEL, then CentOS 5
>> would be the next choice.
>> --
>> Bowie
>>Agree 150%.
> I agree also.  I'm going along the same self-taught path using CentOS
> 5.5, lurking and absorbing all of the cool stuff that happens on this
> mailing list.
> >From reading through that massive SELinux thread, I decided I should
> tackle that first, since it seems to be the most misunderstood yet
> most useful tool to know how to use.
> Currently using this great manual:
> http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/pdf/Security-Enhanced_Linux/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-6-Security-Enhanced_Linux-en-US.pdf
> I think my next thing to learn is httpd configuration.
> And then maybe a little perl (I already know python and regex's).
> Any other important topics to know?
> Rob
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