Post by High Plains Thumper Post by Terry's Web Server Post by Timo Pirinen
Just do a little Google :-) and you'll see.
There is something wrong with you. You seem a little
insane. Are you going to stick your head up his intestines
and look too?
Another instance of troll boredom, idiotic rages and
screams. Since it talks of intestines, DFS shares the same
Subject: Re: Buh Bye!, Windows! Vista will be the last
version of Windows for Pentium 4 and Core Duo owners
Date: Sat, 19 May 2007 00:11:16 -0500
[quote] Click heels together three times, wave your magic
wand, then open your eyes and whaddaya see? Not much - it's
dark inside your large intestine. [/quote]
Post by High Plains Thumper
You're exactly right. ray has a sense of humor. Too bad
DooFuS has no sense. [snip]
I am here for you HTP, moderated. :-P
Hmmm .... an instance of continued troll boredom. Here's
something of cheer. Now that there is a greater requirement for
Linux administrators, those only familiar with Windows are
migrating to Linux positions. Some Windows administrators are
technically savvy on Linux, kudos to them. This is what happens
when those who are familiar with Windows have no interest in
learning Linux. (Perhaps they are the source of the bad reports
on compromised Linux systems?)
Linux and your worth in the Job Market
Written by Allen Sanabria
Tuesday, 21 October 2008 10:23
I've been a Linux Administrator for about 6+ years now and I love
Linux now more then I did then. Though I do not particularly like
being a Admin or an Engineer any more. I actually prefer being an
Architect or a Systems Programmer. As bad as the economy is right
now, there are quite a few jobs out there. Especially for Linux
The problem these days, is that the Linux SA's which WERE and ARE
still highly regarded. Are being flooded with LAZY admins that
have and continue to flood the Networking and Microsoft world. In
the past year, I have met a few interesting Microsoft Engineers
who actually knew the product very well. Besides the normal right
click and actually knew how to script and automate ( This baffled
Let me get back to the real issue. That is that I have in recent
times, met Linux admins with those same poor qualities of the
average not caring for their job Windows Admins. This really
bothered me inside! As I hold the Linux community with the utmost
respect. Seeing this happening in our community is like a slap in
the face! I have come to the conclusion that all communities have
these types of admins and not just the Microsoft communities.
Let me be specific on the type of Admins that I mean....
* The Admin who always comes to ask you a question, but does
not really care what the answer is. As long as the answer is right!
* The Admin who portrays himself as the King or Queen of a
product, but only knows how to use the product. While in reality
he or she does not really understand how the product works.
* The Admin who knows that a problem exists and will not
even attempt to fix the issue and wait till someone else
alleviates the issue.
The issues above are just the main offenders as there are more
situations then the ones given above.
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green