[TriLUG] Re: Linux @ Wake-Tech (was: Iptables help)
mindcrime at cpphacker.co.uk
Wed Mar 24 11:53:24 EST 2004
> Man, i'm glad I didn't take that class. It was next up in my RHCE
> training program there.
As a rule, from what I've seen, none of the instructors teaching
Linux at Wake Tech are especially knowledgeable about *running* Linux.
I'm in the NET-155 class (Linux System Administration) this semester,
and I'm frequently having to help other people finish their labs when
the instructor can't figure out what's wrong.
I actually (only half jokingly) told our instructor that I wanted a cut
of her pay for this semester... ;-)
Monday night was nice... We had to configure a DNS server... most
everybody in the class got stuck on that, until I came over and helped
out. And then we moved into sendmail, and she flat out told us "We're
just going to talk about this, not actually try to do it, because we've
never been able to get it to work."
I don't know how long they've been offering Linux classes out there,
but the HPC program itself is still pretty young, so I expect it to
get better in time...
Phil Rhodes - who should probably have posted this anonymously to avoid
ruffling feathers :-(
When the 1st Amendment no longer protects your voice.
And when the 4th Amendment no longer protects your privacy or your stuff.
Thank God we have the 2nd Amendment to tell our elected representatives
that enough is enough.
It's time to put "... from my cold, dead hands" back where it belongs.
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