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Old 07-02-2011, 11:37 AM   #1
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Please tell me


Thank you UNIVERSE

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Old 07-02-2011, 12:03 PM   #2
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One job option



Another
http://jobs.redhat.com/job/Westford-...01886/1328724/

Job description and requirements in the link above.
 
Old 07-02-2011, 02:27 PM   #3
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linux version 6.0
There is no such thing as "Linux 6.0".
 
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Old 07-02-2011, 04:27 PM   #4
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What is munim

What new things have been included in linux version 6.0 & whats our work as a linux administrator in a company............I am RHCE.What should i do to get a job?
Can please anyone tell me what this RHCE is good for when people who have this certificaton are obviously new to Linux? How can this be possible? or did I missunderstand the OP's question?

Markus
 
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Old 07-02-2011, 05:03 PM   #5
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Can please anyone tell me what this RHCE is good for when people who have this certificaton are obviously new to Linux? How can this be possible? or did I missunderstand the OP's question?
Markus
You asked what I've wondered for a while now. Seem to be LOTS of RHCE's who know next to nothing about Linux, based on the posts here. I've known a few guys that do nothing but take practice exams, until they can barely squeak by, get their bosses to pay for the REAL exam, and come back with a 'certification'. Actually asking them to DO anything, though, gets you far different results.

Which is why I usually interview/hire folks that DON'T have certifications, but have some real-world experience to back it up. If you put certifications on a resume that I see, expect to get grilled extensively by me, and I'll very happily call bull***t on you, and show you the door if you miss something an RHCE should know. My favorite was one candidate who, when asked how they'd diagnose a slow running system, said "First thing I'd check would be the users password." And he had RHCE and CCNA 'certifications'. Didn't even know how many TCP/IP layers there were.
 
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Old 07-03-2011, 12:06 PM   #6
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What is munim
Assuming that you don't mean the Brazilian river or the famous Indian Film Actress, or the corporate ERP package (actually called "Corporate Munim" and I see no evidence of it being Linux/BSD/Unix compatible), what it probably is, is a mistake. Or actually two, as you forget the question mark; I'll take that back if you actually intended to assign a value of 'munim' to the variable 'What', but then I'll also know nothing about the point of this post.

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What new things have been included in linux version 6.0...
I suppose it would be impossible to find this kind of thing out by looking at kernel trap or by reading the release notes for whatever distribution you are interested in, wouldn't it? At least one of those should have been impossible to completely ignore in the course of your studies.

The trouble is, you don't really mean anything of the kind. You really want to know something about what is new in some distribution, and part of that is the Linux kernel, but it is a small, but vital, part. If, for example, part of the answer was 'improved BTRFS support' (at this stage, it usually is), what would be the point of telling you that
  • if you have no intention of using BTRFS?
  • if some of the userspace stuff, which, ab defintio, is not in the kernel, has more impact on you, as is likely?

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I am RHCE.What should i do to get a job?
Change of attitude and taking your studies seriously would be helpful; failing that, burger flipping practice would work, provided that you are able to take burger flipping seriously in a way that you haven't been able to with Linux. Your choice.
 
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