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    Default Linux geek :)

    Hello !

    I have a big question.I like to understand ,practice and think In Linux.
    I mean I'm not a beginner in Linux thing's , for almost a year I try to understand , but not exclusively.

    What I want to do is : I want to install all "big" ( let's say ) distro's on one of my PC's , I mean ( Slackware , Fedora , Debian ..) , and try to understand how every distro work's.A month or less per distro.Trying to learn how most server's on that distribution work's ,routing , NAT-ing and other thing ( like basic commands and tricks ) , could easily get a future job on this if I want.

    It's a good idea ? In what order should I take this Linus distro's ? I worked on my home lab with Fedora , Knopix and Ubuntu ..I consider taking Linux+ and LPI then.

    And then I consider moving fast to BSD ( I worked with FreeBSD ) , MAC OS X and Solaris.

    Any idea's , any hint's ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by !30
    I consider taking Linux+ and LPI then.

    And then I consider moving fast to BSD ( I worked with FreeBSD ) , MAC OS X and Solaris.
    Man !30, aren't you a little busy these days to consider Linux now too? I seem to recall you just completed several exams for MS, and then you posted these:

    http://www.techexams.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=17436

    http://www.techexams.net/forums/view...=102390#102390

    CCIE, Security, and now Linux too?
    I have no advice for you. Your drive and ambition for all this stuff is either very admirable or very crazy! Good luck.
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