Originally Posted by nkhua
hi to all,
just new to lunux i am currently studying LP101/102 hope u will help me achieve my goal and please give advice how to be the in linus admnistration.
The first thing you can do is to spell out your words, and stop using text-speak. Having to try to decipher your questions will make it less likely that you'll get answers. And if you use such language in a professional environment, you will not be taken seriously...at best, you'll be regarded as the office clown. At worst, you'll be in the bosses office, and they'll want to know why you can't write a clear sentence, and that they're tired of others coming to them, saying you can't communicate clearly.
And if you mean "Linux" administration, that's a pretty nebulous goal. Being a systems administrator is a difficult job, and your duties (and the skills necessary to perform them), vary wildly between one company and the next. Get a solid foundation in the basics. Learn how to install Linux, and troubleshoot installation problems. From there, install and configure various services (things like DNS, Samba, Apache, Squid, etc...), which will give you basics of editing files, and researching/troubleshooting software problems. Whatever you do, DO NOT
rely on a 'certification'. That may get you in the door for an interview, but they are no substitutes for the actual SKILLS you need.