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    Jonathan Morris

    Just so you all know, I got my RHCSA a couple of weeks ago. I went through all the Linux+ videos, some multiple times. Then, I took the red hat boot camp followed by the exam and passed on the first try. It took me 2 months from start to finish and I had never used Linux before in my life. My boss promised me a promotion to a better job if I could get the RHCSA, so, I went for it. Master the topics in the Linux + videos and you will have 75% of what the red hat courses teach.

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    Jonathan Morris

    @Jonathan-Morris Ok, nevermind. I was perusing the "add/remove programs" and I found a Flashplayer package that I installed. It added a Flash pluggin to FF that was missing and I'm good to go now.

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    Jonathan Morris

    I just installed CentOS 6.6 while watching the first two intro videos on the old Linux+ series, but when I go to itpro.tv on my Linux machine, I can't stream any of the videos. I am able to download and play them off-line, but I'd like to stream them at home when on wifi? I did the software update on my Linux machine, and the FF website confirms that I have the latest version. I can watch youtube videos as well. Any ideas? Keep in mind that if you answer in "Linux command line speak" you'll have to break it down barney style. I'm just getting started.

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    Jonathan Morris

    @patrick-lefebvre-2136 I did notice that the lxo-103/4 series is missing the "intro to Linux" and "installing Linux" sessions. Those were really interesting to me, so I recommend watching them first in the old Linux+ series, then move on to the new one.

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