On 10/09/2007, Chris Snow <cr.snow(a)gmail.com> wrote:
There is a position available at my place of work. Assistant ICT
I'm mentioning it here because we use some Linux in the network. We use
live CDs to rescue documents when windows barfs. I have a box running Ubuntu
server for LAMP applications, specifically MRBS. I've also got my hands on
decent server hardware to use for a Linux based backup system (and more
besides if I get my way)
It's low paid I'm afraid but is an excellent opportunity to gain
experience in IT support across a variety of platforms (Servers, desktops,
laptops, wireless and Ethernet networks, multimedia equipment, backup,
antivirus, user management etc etc). It would also suit someone for whom pay
is not their 1st priority but wants varied and rewarding work. It's also
school term time only.
a link to the ad. Closes Friday.
What an excellent opportunity, as you say the pay is a little low plus the
'Term Time Only' is a bit off putting but this would, you say, be a good way
to gain experiance.
Arch Linux is an independent i686-optimized community distribution for
intermediate and advanced Linux users. Utilising a Rolling Release System
packages are regularly updated and an ISO release is just a snapshot to the
stable packages at that time. So there's no need for a fresh install the
command 'pacman –Syu' upgrades the whole system.