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Linux knowledge a Junior cannot miss

One of the requirements for a position I'm seeking includes some basic linux server administration. I've had some experience so I'm not too worried, but I wouldn't consider myself an expert. As far as I know the test will have 10 open-ended questions about basic linux administration.

How or what do I "study"?

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marked as duplicate by Sven, quanta, MikeyB, Zoredache, Shane Madden Oct 6 '11 at 18:42

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Get yourself an LPIC 1 book, that's the closest you will get, I guess.

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The Linux+ material might be good as well. Though it tends to be more basic then LPIC. – Zoredache Oct 6 '11 at 18:44

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