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15/11/2017 14:54
what we need to get unix solaris system admin job

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15/11/2017 14:54 - On Apr 22, 7:13=A0am, Cydrome Leader <prese...@MUNGEpanix.com> wrote: r ou ose s.

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15/11/2017 14:54 - banni wrote: 1. Experience! 2. To get a job in an English speaking country or organization, better English. It is clear from what you wrote that, if your native language is English, you are poorly educated! I am assuming that you are well educated and that English is, for you, a second language.

I am not criticizing! Your English is far better than my Spanish, German, Japanese, or Turkish! I can order a beer in all four of those languages and that is the extent of my linguistic abilities! You can gain some of the necessary experience by obtaining a copy of Solaris, SPARC, X86, or both and installing Solaris. Add some users. Limit the amount of disk space available to the users. Install some patches. Create a print queue and make it work.


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15/11/2017 14:54 - Richard B. Gilbert <rgilbert88@comcast.net> wrote: It still takes years and years plus the basics to be able to do more good than harm.


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15/11/2017 14:54 - Michael Laajanen wrote: Perhaps you're right. If so, Solaris or any other O/S can be learned.

I took a five day course in Solaris System Administration, paid for by my employer.

The slower and cheaper method is to purchase a used Sun Workstation and a copy of Solaris. An Ultra 10 workstation is quite affordable. Or, if you want to learn the X86 version, find as used PC. Install the O/S. Configure networking. Add some user accounts. Install a printer and create a print queue. Print something. Figure out how to back up your disk and do it! Download copies of the Doc Set. RTFM If you can do all that, you've got the basics.


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15/11/2017 14:54 - Hi, Richard B. Gilbert wrote: Even I can do that, and I am only a part time sysadm far from thinking of applying for any sysadm job :) I think if one ask what it takes to get a specific job then that person does not have it! /michael

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