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This is an engaging self-paced video course that provides learners with real world examples and how they may be tested in the RHCSA course.
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This quiz is a review of Essential tools section of this course.
This quiz is review of the Operating Systems section of the course.
Configure Local Storage Quiz
I'm an IT Consultant with Master Degree in Information Systems and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. I have been working with computers since young age of 14.
I have been an independent contractor since 1998 and have worked as both a employee and contractor to IBM. I have worked as a contractor for CSC, BAE, FAA, USGS, US Commerce and many local government agencies.
I have worked as both a developer and have managed networks, email, Lotus, Linux and Windows environments. I have held certifications, MCSE, CCNA, CLP, RHCSA and RHCE.
Starting working with Unix in college in 1993 and have worked with AIX, Solaris, Slackware, Redhat and many other Linux variants in past 25 years. I installed Linux for my first time in 1997.
I worked as government intern in late 80s where I specialized in Office Productivity products, Lotus 123, Word Perfect and DBASE. I was considered an expert with Lotus 123, and was loaned out to varies government agencies repairing and designing spreadsheets. I have been working with Office Productivity products for over 30 years.