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Old 02-02-2008, 07:29 AM   #1
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looking for a job as a fresher in linux networking

I am Rupendra from Goa , have done Hardware/Networking (windows 2003 server / Red Hat Linux 9 installation )

looking forward for a job as fresher in mumbai

i have applied for linux administration course in mumbai which includes

PART I Basic GNU/Linux Commands
PART II GNU/Linux Installation / Basic System
Configuration / Administration
PART III Network Services Installation / Configuration /
Administration [Primary And Secondary

This course is six months
what i want to know is that what kind of job can i expect
after completion of this course for time being or i have to do

"RHCE certification " and then wait and watch for any oportunity
Old 02-02-2008, 08:02 AM   #2
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things you can do

Install and configure new systems.

Add, modify, and delete users.

Configure services, samba, CUPS, and so on.

Write small shell scripts, backup, resotre, and so on.

Be involved with, but perhaps not completely responsible for application installation and configuration.

Start troubleshooting problems (lifetime task).


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