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Linux administrator security: 50 mini-lessons

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What you need to know to pass the security part of the Sair Linux system administrator exam sequence.
This month, I'll look at the final exam required by Sair to become a Linux Certified Administrator (LCA). Over the preceding three months, I've dissected exams 101 (Installation and Configuration), 102 (System Administration), and 103 (Networking). You must pass four Sair exams for this entry-level certification, and this month I'll cover Exam 104: Security.
 read more | score:5679 | -Ray, June 14, 2001 (Updated: September 28, 2003)
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