I really like to use linux, although I freely admit I don't know squat about it. I can install it, update it and get it to most of what I would like it to do, up to running some windows apps on it.
I am going back so to school starting on the 25th, with a declared major of Information Technology. I am however not convinced its what I would like to do for the rest of my life. I really enjoy most everything about the computer information world, except macs =D
Anyway basically what I am asking is what would you do if you could start over and do it again?
Is there a good living in Linux? What would you study? What direction would you go and why?
I'd like to get all the info I can before I get to far into my degree that turning back would be a bad idea.
lists.freebsd.org (jobs, perl, ...questions,
news.netcraft.com (what ISP's might hire for...)
AFAIK many programming jobs are in Perl. But, say, managing
stuff in Unix is multifaceted...
I only know 10 percent of an answer but that is where I'd start to
networking-forum has job requests but many of those require certification,
some of which can be expensive
I wont be looking for a job for quite some time. I've got to finish school first.
i'm currently part of an apprenticeship becoming a IT specialist.
Because I'm already an electronic technician (finished apprenticeship) I can do this one in 2 years (normally you need 3).
Thing is, in school they started out with basic unix stuff (working with the shell) in the first... (3 Replies)
I am application Programmer.
In my college(2 yrs back) i have learnt Unix i.e commads, shell scripts, Filesystem,I reffered to a book by "Sumitabha Das".
I want to learn Linux.
But i cant understand where should i start from and which book to refer to.
Most of the books these days eg.... (2 Replies)
I want to have one binary image that contains both my boot loader as well as the OS(linux) image at pre defined offsets which i can use to program flash . Can anyone help in this direction?
Subrata (0 Replies)
Well, the subject speaks for itself; how does one go about making a UFS partition in a Linux environment? I don't recall seeing it as an option in my version of fdisk (I'll have to check again when I go home :( ) (6 Replies)