[ubuntu-uk] Decisions. Decisions, Decisions
heed at bigmassiveheed.co.uk
Mon Sep 29 16:17:11 BST 2008
I once set up from scratch and maintained a small internet cafe type
I started from pretty much nil knowledge and figured it out in a week to
get basic functioning using shorewall/squid. After this I setup print
sharing, NIS, central user authentication, local mirror for updates,
As for actual system experience I'm mainly self taught on the hardware
and software side and reguarly provide support for friends and family
mainly by ssh'ing into there computers and remotley admin'ing them.
I'm currently getting myself certified to A+ level.
As for linux Ive been using Ubuntu for the last couple of years and have
got to the point where Im pretty much up to speed on the system. Is
there anywhere that provides just the LPI examination after a period of
Rob Beard wrote:
> Dave Morley wrote:
>> On Mon, 2008-09-29 at 14:50 +0100, Michael Rimicans wrote:
>>> I'll be leaving my current employment in the next 12 months and thus
>>> entitled to some retraining.
>>> I'd like to work in networking.
>>> Two courses that have caught my attention are:
>>> Comptia Network support
>>> Comptia Network security
>>> Hopefully Ill be able to do both but if not which would be the better?
>>> Any other advice would be great.
>> Cisco Certified Network Associate might stand you in better stead
> I'd second that, Cisco courses are always good to go on. How much
> network experience do you have, as some of these courses sometimes have
> I'd also suggest maybe looking into the LPI certification too as far as
> I'm aware the course ware is free and all you have to do is pay for the
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