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Linux online training resources

Dear all,

I am preparing the RHCE Linux certification and I need to practise, practise and practise linux administration ...I wold be very pleasen if somebody lists here online training resources that can be used in order to prepare any kind of Linux Certification..

Actualy I am following the free Linux Server online training course offered at "Linux Services Organization" web page.

Please if you know sites like this report it here !!!

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