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Re: [ossig] Interest in Community Oriented LPI Examinations

Hi Ditesh,

I am very much interested as well:

Name: Lee Hanxue
Contact: 012-2066 580
Exam: LPIC 101

Thank you!

By the way, how many people are going for it this time?

Best regards,

Lee Hanxue

On 1/17/06, Ditesh Kumar <ditesh@gathani.org> wrote:
> > I would like to know if there is anybody who wishes to take the low cost
> > LPIC exams. If there are, we can organize another round of exams in
> > early march.
> To follow up, here are some details:
> 1) What is LPIC - its one of the two defacto Linux certification exams
> (the other being RHCE). The LPI Certification program is designed to
> certify the competency of system administration using the Linux
> operating system and its associated tools. It is designed to be
> distribution neutral, following the Linux Standards Base and other
> relevant standards and conventions.
> 2) The usual cost for these exams are USD 100, but as Dr Nah is the
> volunteer Malaysian proctor, we can have it much cheaper. The cost of
> the local exams are RM 120 per paper (for example: if you are taking
> LPIC 101 and LPIC 102, your total cost will be RM 240).
> 3) LPIC 201/202 are not being offered by the LPI yet for the paper based
> examinations, so you can only take LPIC 101/102.
> 4) We will need at least 15 candidates before we can conduct the exam,
> so please pass this email to your friends and colleagues. Post it on
> your college/university and your company notification boards. If you
> visit online geek forums often, post it there too.
> 5) If we get sufficient number of candidates to have the exam:
>         a) the exam will be conducted in the month of March.
>         b) payment is due /before/ we order the papers from Canada (this is to
> avoid last minute cancellations which happened in the first LPIC exam)
> 6) There's no training provided, but online resources are available for
> self study. If the local community wishes to organize a training session
> or knowledge sharing session, that would be most excellent!
> Ditesh
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