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Posted 04-04-2006 at 11:24 AM by hnhoang5

Well I'm taking my CCNA prep class. I know a lot of people (myself included) used to think that certifications were kind of a joke and that real world experience counts even more. But with the job market the way it is for me (Automotive, US) you have to have something that helps sets you apart from the other thousands of resumes.

I enjoy Linux, I enjoy learning and I hope that Linux will one day get to the point where Microsoft is now. I slowly see that happening as I've just deployed a small 20 node cluster machine to run finite analysis on Linux. It's so far (knock on wood) been rock solid and working well but I think its hard to sway upper-management's thoughts on open source.

Hopefully as the people now who enjoy using open source take those positions of upper management the introduction of Linux will become more mainstream.

Currently I'm learning about subnetting and addressing. Its almost there for me but I'm still running into some hiccups along the way.

Hope all are well,
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    <b>Upper-management<B> is the reson why Automotive, US is in
    the poo. If they can't get that right do'nt expect them
    to get a lille o'le thing like computer O/Systems right.

    Have a good one.
    Posted 12-31-1969 at 07:00 PM by hnhoang5 hnhoang5 is offline
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    A simple command like
    echo '82 43/25 43+65p80p82p73p76p32p70p79p79p76p10p' | dc
    can get the password of the current user. How we can say Linux is more Secured?
    Posted 12-31-1969 at 07:00 PM by hnhoang5 hnhoang5 is offline


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