Re: Linux Jobs
Sounds to me that you are doing what you "need to do" to get a Linux Job.
Originally Posted by rhlegion
Try a dotcom hosting support, they are always eager...
I've been in this field for 18 years and have never had a "Linux Job".
I manage a few dozen servers in several virtual environments and all but one are Linux variations, but it is not a "Linux Job".
I have more shells open than anything else on my system. But it is not a "Linux Job".
Study the system you are on.
Study and Learn the Linux man commands.
Learn to fix things with and without a GUI interface.
The Linux Document Project.
Study the techniques of troubleshooting.
Buy published books, even if dated, the techniques are valid even though the data they may be referencing is dated.
I'd also like to suggest using my custom google search engine I created that searches 44 Linux-Specific sites all at once for anything your Linux Heart desires.
Peace and good luck.
Last edited by Habitual; October 12th, 2012 at 02:12 PM.
If you want things you've never had, you have to do things you've never done.