I'm assuming that there'll be a "skip intro" link somewhere there for people with slow dialup and those who use intentionally-disabled browsers (for security sake, or if I just feel like using lynx).
I had been working in UNIX environments from 1997 to 2007.
From 1997 - 1999 I worked as an Operator in a Solaris environment.
From 1999 - March 2007 I worked mostly in HP-UX, some SCO, some RedHat Linux as an Operator/Programmer(scripter)/Admin.
No luck finding work, so I am going... (0 Replies)
yes I'm a newbie here
I'm a big fan of the BSD's, in particular NetBSD. Don't have much use for Linux or the various "distro's" of it ( no flame intended ). I'm going to try Solaris 10 on an i386 box real soon.
By day I'm a CAD tech for a local government entity, by night... (0 Replies)
So you want to learn a unix scripting language that you'll be able to use in any situation? Perl is your answer !
This is a little intro to installing CPAN modules. If you don't know what CPAN is, check out http://search.cpan.org/. Basicly, it is a massive archive of perl libraries that will... (0 Replies)
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