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    • nie from Unknown 10 13 2013, 2:13 PM Report Spam
      By the way

      $ dd < /dev/zero > /dev/sda3

      is perfectly fine.

    • DebianUser from Canada 10 09 2013, 10:05 PM Report Spam
      Still valid passed today
    • Brasil_guy from Brazil 10 09 2013, 6:31 PM Report Spam
      I am pass today, 680/800.

      Still Valid!

      Good LUCK!

    • stfk from Bulgaria 10 07 2013, 9:03 AM Report Spam
      Dump is valid to Bulgaria. There are 3 new questions.
      Good Luck!
    • null from New Zealand 10 07 2013, 3:29 AM Report Spam
      Sherri,

      I confirm your research. Zero a partition with:

      dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdaX

      …where X is the number of the partition.

    • Sherri from United States 10 01 2013, 1:46 AM Report Spam
      Does the author of this dump read the posts? I'm still awaiting a response from a question posted 9/25/2013 regarding erasing a disk. If anyone else has seen that question on the test and can answer my question previously posted below, I would be most appreciative
    • slip from Brazil 10 01 2013, 12:04 AM Report Spam
      Passed today with 780. Dump is valid to Brazil
    • Pupi from Bulgaria 09 28 2013, 7:42 PM Report Spam
      Still a valid dumb ! Passed today with 710 points ! Mind that LPIC 201 & 202 are going to be changed after the first of november !
    • Sherri Dunlap from United States 09 25 2013, 1:42 PM Report Spam
      Hi,
      Can someone please confirm the following question and answer as my research shows me the answer is not shown here:

      Question #6 on test I took of 207 questions:
      How to erase the disk /dev/sda3
      Possible answers:

      A) dd /dev/sda3
      B) dd of=/dev/zero if=/dev/sda3
      C) dd of=/dev/sda3 if=delete
      D) dd</dev/zero>/dev/sda3

      The author suggests the answer is supposed to be possiby D but is unsure

      My research shows the answer should be:
      dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda3

      Can anyone confirm?

    • fetd from Spain 09 23 2013, 8:48 AM Report Spam
      That's right user1 I received this mail from LPI

      In 06e, LPI announced upcoming objective and exam changes to our LPIC-2
      and LPIC-3 exams:

      http://www.lpi.org/news/lpi-revises-objectives-lpic-2-and-lpic-3-linux-certification-programs

      LPIC-2 exam changes will be effective 11ember 1, 2013 while program
      restructuring and exam changes will be effective for LPIC-3 exams on
      10ober 1, 2013.

      So if you are preparing to take these exams DO SO NOW before exam
      changes are effective.

      To help you prepare for the NEW exams please see this link which
      provides a convenient road map of the changes being implemented in the
      new exams:

      http://wiki.lpi.org/wiki/LPIC2AndLPIC3SummaryVersion3To4

    • user01 from Germany 09 22 2013, 10:50 AM Report Spam
      still valid.
      I heard that in 10ober there will be a new set of tests at the exam.
    • admunix from Unknown 09 05 2013, 10:19 PM Report Spam
      Passed today in brazil with 700/800. Only 10-15 new questions.
    • Psych0 from Unknown 09 04 2013, 1:00 PM Report Spam
      Still valid in Brazil! Passed today with 780/800.

      About 4 new questions!

    • linux from Brazil 08 31 2013, 12:51 PM Report Spam
      I am pass!
      680 pts!
    • MeMyseld from Germany 08 13 2013, 3:39 PM Report Spam
      Guys, this dump is still valid, at least in Germany. Good Luck
    • eltlims from Unknown 07 08 2013, 3:35 PM Report Spam
      Passed today with 780. Dump is valid to Brazil
    • ramon from Spain 04 02 2013, 2:00 PM Report Spam
      Passed today with 800. Only 2-3 new questions.

      One about Where i can find the original scripts on /etc/rcX.d? The answer /etc/init.d

      One about the source ip from a tcpdump output and another like that with the host ip from netcat / netstat output.

      Good Luck!

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