Wanted: mentor/tutor for LFCS SysAdmin exam
I am currently looking for an LFCS (preferred) or RHCSA qualified Linux
systems administrator, to assist with a very small amount of tutoring work
as I prepare to take the LFCS exam on January 19, 2019. Most of this work
would involve checking syntax related to inbuilt bash commands, but it
would also involve some additional advice surrounding the configuration of
Apache, SELinux, various networking utilities, and Docker.
I envisage that this work will involve 2x (or max. 3x) sessions of 60mins
duration. Although I am based in Melbourne's inner east (and would prefer
to meet in person), I am open to completing these tutorial sessions
remotely (eg. via Skype). As my exam is scheduled for 19/1/2019, I am
hoping that these sessions can take place during the week of Monday 14th
I am aiming to reimburse the right person with $50-$60 per session.
Specifically, I am looking for someone most comfortable with the RHEL 7 /
CentOS 7 distribution.
I have been studying the Linux Foundation's LS101 and LS201 courses
intensively over the past two years, but I am hoping to meet with a
sysadmin who has sat this course (or the RHCSA) previously - to check my
answers to some very specific practice questions. For an example of these
test questions, please visit http://go.unimelb.edu.au/kjk6 . For more
information about the current LFCS exam, including the *official* list of
competencies, please see: http://go.unimelb.edu.au/wsg6 .
If interested, please send an short introductory email, alongside a brief
career summary (full CV not needed) to: sblewis.lfcs @ gmail.com