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Old 16th October 2007, 11:09 AM
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Free Linux simulator to learn sysadmin


I just came across this page on Ebay about Cisco CCENT™ 640-822 Exam & Simulator-485q+6s-ICND/CCNA.

As far as I understand it is a program hopefully on a cd that one can install like any other programs and practise the exam stuff intended for future sysadmin right? I am also interested in learning sysadmin basic but in the Linux enviornment and do not have extra pcs to practise the idea, is there a free simulator available for Linux platform that can teach you some basic Linux sysadmin skills? Sorry I am not much of a techie but trying to learn as much as I can by asking experts on the forums like this one. Any little explaination will be appreciated. Thanks...

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Old 16th October 2007, 12:32 PM
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You don't need a simulator to learn Linux administration, just use the OS itself. It's free. If you can't install it permanently, use a LiveCD version.
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