Testing Linux skills
bibhor at gmail.com
Tue Jan 17 08:41:49 MST 2006
On 1/16/06, Ross Werner <ross at agilestudios.com> wrote:.
> Do you run Linux on your desktop machines as well? That really helps in
> terms of gaining familiarity with Linux and understanding all the commands
> and everything. Once you've managed to get a desktop machine up and
> running and doing all the things you typically do on a day-to-day basis,
> maybe try setting up some other servers just for fun like others have
> suggested, maybe a Samba server or a DHCP server for your local network at
> home, something like that.
> ~ Ross
We have windows on almost all the machines at work. As far as setting up
network share I will probably do that at home since we couple of desktops
just lying around.
Thanks for the advice.
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