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    • Timbu from Brazil 10 24 2013, 9:46 PM Report Spam
      @John did you pass? Dump still valid?
    • John from Switzerland 10 23 2013, 9:39 AM Report Spam
      There's a typo in question 12 – exam I
      … is stored in 2nd field of /etc/shadow
      should be
      … is stored in 2nd field of /etc/passwd

      Good dump, I'll pass the 102 exam tomorrow and will leave a feedback.


    • babo from United States 10 21 2013, 6:12 PM Report Spam
      when you taking the test with CompTIA, you have the option in the beginning of the test, to forward the result to LPI. the benefit is getting 3 certification in once shot, when you pass exams 101 and 102 with Comptia, you will be certified as:
      Comptia Linux +
      11ell SUSE CLA 11
      (11ell also gives you 2 more certs, DC tech spec and Suse 11 tech spec)

      remember, before taking the exam, you have to get your LPI id (refer to lpi link in my previous comment). because you will be LPI certified, you will have the option to take 201 and 202 exams with LPI later.

      and finally, your certification is valid for 5 years and you may renew it by taking more exams with LPI.

      beware that there are many new questions in 102 exam but this dumps is still 80-85% valid.

      Hope this helps and best of luck in your upcoming exam.

    • Webcam from United States 10 19 2013, 5:24 PM Report Spam
      @bobo so the comptia linux + holds more weight than taking just the LPI?
      I would have seen it the other way around. does the comptia or LPI expires?? isn't it best to take the LPI test directly and don't involve 3rd parties. if i want to advance on LPI, comptia can't help me.. so why go with comptia…. what is the benefit of taking comptia over LPI.. sorry if i'm stressing the issue. but it make more sense to take the LPI unless i'm missing something, explain it to me.
    • babo from United States 10 18 2013, 8:41 PM Report Spam
      let me correct my previous comment, now I am kicking myself why I didn't apply for CompTia :(
      according to LPI.org:

      To obtain your "3-in-1 Linux certification" do so as follows:

      1.Obtain a LPI ID: (for the future also consider TCR registration and listing your other IT credentials with LPI)
      2.When taking your "CompTIA Linux+ powered by LPI" exams indicate that your exam scores may be forwarded to LPI
      3.Upon receipt of your LPIC-1 apply online for your SUSE CLA at.

      Please note that the "3-in-1" process is not reciprocal (i.e. you can't do it the other way round) and is not available in Japan.
      source: http://www.lpi.org/linux-certifications/partnership-programs/comptia

    • JoObama from United States 10 15 2013, 5:13 PM Report Spam
      I PASSED. Dump is valid BUT there were a lot of new questions but nowhere near enough to make you fail, if you study this dump you'll pass.
    • babo from United States 10 14 2013, 8:01 PM Report Spam
      there are 3 major flavours in Linux. Debian, SUSE and Redhat, all the distros are basically following these flavours.
      for instance, once you learn debian, you could Ubuntu, Debian, google chrome os, etc.
      same when you learn redhat, which covers Centos, Fedora, etc.
      the following link could give you more info:
    • babo from United States 10 14 2013, 7:52 PM Report Spam
      They are the same, if you login to VUE and try to register for Comptia, you will see that it says powered by LPI. you still need to pay 2 $178 for exam 1 and 2. if you want to go up to advance level, you should consider LPI for exams 201 and 202 as Comptia doesn't offer them.
    • XYZ from United Kingdom 10 14 2013, 8:30 AM Report Spam
      I would suggest looking at Redhat since it quite popular at least at my workplace and you could make RedHat certificate later. It would be good to check out Debian as well since it has different package manager and there are question about it. As for expiration of certificates of change of question i can't help you, because i don't know anything more than info from comments. As for CompTIA vs LPI i would suggest doing CompTIA, because if you pass the exams from CompTIA you will also get LPI certificate, so it's 2 for price of 1 :)
    • Webcam from United States 10 12 2013, 6:51 PM Report Spam
      @X Y Z one more question or for anyone, what is the difference between being certified for LPI and being certified for comptia linux plus. which one holds more weight?
    • Webcam from United States 10 12 2013, 6:45 PM Report Spam
      @X Y Z thank you for your intelligent answer… 3 easy questions i would like to know as well. Any Linux OS in particular i can get familiar with?? for example I'm playing around with RedHat linux but i notice there are ubuntu, mandriva, mandrake ect, which one would be the ideal linux OS to learn the most from..The reason i ask is because each linux OS change their commands. also those the certificate expires? and last question.. i read on the comments that they about to change the exam on november, should i wait for a new dump to come out? thank you in advance bud… i know it might seems like dummie questions, but i'm not an IT professional yet.
    • XYZ from United Kingdom 10 11 2013, 8:01 AM Report Spam
      Yes this is dump for linux. The difference between 101 and 102 is that they both cover different material. If you want certificate you need to pass both of them.

      I used this dump along with info from the comments and passed with 750/800 on 10.10.13

    • Webcam from United States 10 11 2013, 3:45 AM Report Spam
      sorry guys, i have 2 questions, first question, is this dump is for LINUX?
      2nd question what is the difference between. LPI Level 1 Exam 101 and


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