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I'm currently a student in college studying computer networking. Out of all the things I'm studying, my strong suit seems to be Linux. With spring break coming up I would like to use the time to study for my Linux+ certification exam.

I'm looking for suggestions for good sites, books, etc, from those who are Linux+ certified.

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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I got my Linux+ a few weeks ago. Yahoo!!! I used some of the recommended books and practice tests on www.lpi.org Thanks everyone. – Cygnus X Aug 21 '12 at 19:55
    
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This is the place to start, get your info, get your tests and do your certifications: http://www.lpi.org/

Check this sites also: http://www.linuxcertified.com/

http://www.redhat.com/training/certifications/rhce/

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I'ld recommend its better to start with http://ryanstutorials.net/linuxtutorial/navigation.php

Ryan Chadwick Tutorial Go step by step and try to implement it on terminal.

Ebook

The Best way , when self learning linux is to get a ebook like "linux for dummies" and to replicate every command and try to understand what they do , If done on a live linux server , results may catastrophic , so I suggest you to install free virtual machine software like Oracle Virtualbox and to install any flavour of linux in it and to play around,

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I could recommend some tutorial sites and books:

Bash_scripting_Tutorial

The Linux Documentation Project

Unix and Linux System Administration Handbook

Also Ubuntu has some training courses: Ubuntu training

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