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Old 04-09-2008, 04:38 PM   #1
inara72
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Question about Linux level 1/Level 2 jobs


Hi , I have very good exposure to Linux specially Red Hat Enterprise
Servers and fedora core Servers and Work stations
my skill set include

Installations and deployment of Linux servers
setting up Domains etc
Kick start , Http,Nfs type of installations

Process management PS ,kill commands ,
kernel modules and kernel tuning
linux system logs ,linux monitoring
Linux user management , Linux Job scheduling Cron,at ,batch jobs,
File and Directory structure , creating file systems etc ,
partitions , Linux rescue modes,Linux editors vi,nano etc
SSH , Samba , NFS , APache , Qmail , Sendmail , Postfix ,
DHCP , Bind , Squid , mysql , Nis etc

i also have good exposure to Windows 2003 Servers and basic
exposure to Cisco routing and switching ,certifications
in MCSE 2003 and CCNA

with these type of skills specially in Linux what type of job
i should apply for and in which area , production or data centers
or consultants etc

thank you
 
Old 04-09-2008, 04:49 PM   #2
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well we can't get you a job, but you should apply for everything you think you can do. clearly not a consulatnt role... probably best to stick to a ballpark salary bracket. don't aim for the ultimate job from the start, remember you've presumably got plenty of years ahead of you to build up experience and salary expectations.
 
Old 04-09-2008, 09:14 PM   #3
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I'd say start for an entry level sys admin job with Linux, or maybe (if it's not beneath you) just some general support officer work. You've got some good skills there, but it's important to employers that you also have a bit of experience under your belt.
 
  


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