Scott Lamberton | 1 Aug 19:21 2012

[LPI-News] Linux Professional Institute Forum in Warsaw, Poland

LPI Forum in Warsaw, Poland

(Sacramento, CA, USA and Kassel, Germany: August 1, 2012) The Linux
Professional Institute (LPI), the world's premier Linux certification
organization (http://www.lpi.org) and its affiliate, LPI-Central Europe
(http://www.lpice.eu/), will host a forum for Linux
professionals at the Warsaw University of Technology in Warsaw, Poland
on September 28, 2012.  The event is being held under the honorary
patronage of the Polish Ministry of the Economy (Ministerstwo
Gospodarki: http://bip.mg.gov.pl/).

The forum will feature speakers on a number of technology subjects
including Free and Open Source Software solutions, professional skills
development, IT innovation and entrepreneurship, lifelong learning,
Linux certification and the workforce development of Linux and Open
Source professionals (http://www.lpice.eu/lpi-forum.html).  Attendance 
is free of charge, although participants are advised to register in 
advance at: http://www.lpice.eu/lpi-forum/registration.html

"LPI is committed to the workforce development of Linux and Open Source
professionals.  In particular we embrace opportunities to work with both 
industry and government to promote IT education and job creation.  As 
such we are pleased to be part of this forum with the Polish government, 
local businesses and IT organizations," said Jim Lacey, president and 
CEO of LPI.  Mr. Lacey will be speaking at the forum on LPI's growing 
focus on promoting Open Source careers and how strategic partnership 
initiatives and Linux certification can benefit Polish Open Source 
organizations and IT professionals.  Mr. Lacey's presentation will 
follow the opening address by Dariusz Bogdan, Poland's Undersecretary of 
State for the Ministry of Economy.
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Scott Lamberton | 21 Aug 17:59 2012

[LPI-News] Linux Professional Institute supports Software Freedom Day in Kenya with Linux Essentials

LPI supports Software Freedom Day in Kenya with Linux Essentials

(Sacramento, CA, USA: August 21, 2012) The Linux Professional Institute
(LPI), the world's premier Linux certification organization
(http://www.lpi.org) and its affiliate, LPI-East Africa
(http://www.lpi-eastafrica.org/) will host a "Linux Essentials" exam lab
during Software Freedom Day (SFD: September 1, 2012) at Strathmore
University, Nairobi, Kenya. LPI-East Africa is also co-sponsoring an
"Open Source Developer Challenge" during the event with the Linux
Professional Association of Kenya (http://lpakenya.org/).

"Our affiliates and other Open Source organizations around the world
have enthusiastically embraced our Linux Essentials Program as an
important public education resource for the advancement of Linux and
Open Source Software.  LPI applauds our affiliate, LPI-East Africa, in
bringing this program to Kenya and, in particular, to Software Freedom
Day--a globally-recognized and long-established public advocacy event
for Free and Open Source Software," said Jim Lacey, president and CEO of
LPI.

The Linux Essentials' program and its' corresponding "Certificate of
Achievement" defines the basic knowledge required to competently use a
desktop or mobile device using a Linux Operating System. For more
information on Linux Essentials see:
http://www.lpi.org/linux-certifications/introductory-programs

The Linux Essentials' exam lab will be during SFD at 2 p.m., Saturday,
September 1st at Strathmore University, Nairobi. The Linux Essentials'
exam will cost approximately US $65 or KSh 5,500.  In order to take the
exam, candidates must register for an LPI ID at:
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Scott Lamberton | 23 Aug 18:48 2012

[LPI-News] LPI Hosts Exam Labs at SUSECon 2012

Linux Professional Institute Hosts Exam Labs at SUSECon 2012

(Sacramento, CA, USA: August 23, 2012) The Linux Professional Institute
(LPI), the world's premier Linux certification organization
(http://www.lpi.org), will offer all of its popular LPIC certification
exams at SUSECon, September 18-21, 2012, at the Caribe Royale Hotel in
Orlando, Florida (http://www.suse.com/events/susecon/).  SUSECon is the
first annual global conference for SUSE customers, partners and
community enthusiasts. LPI will also participate in the openSUSE Summit
(http://summit.opensuse.org/) directly following SUSECon.

"LPI has a long history of co-operation and partnership with SUSE and we
are pleased to support both SUSECon 2012 and the openSUSE Summits in
Florida--both the first of their kind in North America. SUSE has been a
frequent supporter of our Linux certification program such that IT
professionals who earn our LPIC-1 certification are also eligible for
their SUSE Certified Linux Administrator certification," said Jim Lacey,
president and CEO of LPI.

LPI is offering the exams at a promotional rate of $99 per exam--except
for LPI-301 which will be $219. Details about the different exams are
available on the LPI certification web page
(http://www.lpi.org/linux-certifications). Exam labs will be offered at
9:30 a.m. on Friday, September 21 at SUSECon and at 2 p.m. during the
openSUSE Summit.  Both exam labs will be in the Grand Sierra Ballroom,
Room F of the Caribe Royale Hotel and each LPI exam takes approximately
90 minutes to complete. To ensure exam availability please register in
advance at events@... and indicate preferred exam and time slot.

Exam candidates that successfully complete both exams (LPI-101 and
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rino | 29 Aug 11:06 2012
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Re: lpi-discuss Digest, Vol 68, Issue 3

Hi all:

Someone know in LPIC-3 301 which are the ldap version that apply to the exam ?

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Éric Deschamps | 29 Aug 11:18 2012
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Re: lpi-discuss Digest, Vol 68, Issue 3

Hi,

It looks to be OpenLDAP 2.3, as you'll have to work on slurpd and
syncrepl. A bit old now. You might use CentOS 5 and Debian Lenny.

Regards,

Eric

Le 29/08/2012 11:06, rino a écrit :
> Hi all:
> 
> Someone know in LPIC-3 301 which are the ldap version that apply to the
> exam ?
> 
> -- 
> ---
> Rondan Rino
> Certificado en LPIC-2  <https://cs.lpi.org/caf/Xamman/certification>
> LPI ID:LPI000209832
> Verification Code:gbblvwyfxu
> 
> Blog:http://www.itrestauracion.com.ar <http://www.itrestauracion.com.ar/>
> Cv:http://cv.rinorondan.com.ar <http://www.rinorondan.com.ar/>
> http://counter.li.org <http://counter.li.org/>  Linux User -> #517918
> Viva La Santa Federacion!!
> Mueran Los Salvages Unitarios!!
> ^^^Transcripcion de la epoca ^^^
> *
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> 
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