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praveen dimri

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hi..

this is praveen dimri. i am an IT ENGINEER working for a small organization basically working on windows admin and networking. i am beginner in linux and unix. so i want your help to grow up in the industry.. if you want really to help me please send me the important informations and study material on my email id as EMAIL REMOVED

my contact no is also PHONE NUMBER REMOVED..

thanks..
Jan 14 '08 #1
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numberwhun
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hi..

this is praveen dimri. i am an IT ENGINEER working for a small organization basically working on windows admin and networking. i am beginner in linux and unix. so i want your help to grow up in the industry.. if you want really to help me please send me the important informations and study material on my email id as EMAIL REMOVED

my contact no is also PHONE NUMBER REMOVED..

thanks..
Praveendimri,

First, if you read this sites Posting Guidelines, you will find that putting your personal information into a post is against the guidelines. This is for your own protection against spammers and the like. The regular forums are highly subjected to screen scraping of any posted information.

Do you have any technical questions for this forum? While I like your enthusiasm, I have to ask if you have done your "homework" first and exhausted your resources, such as Google? There is such a plethora of information out there, search for what you are interested in specifically learning.

Regards,

Jeff
Jan 14 '08 #2

prn
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I'll second Jeff's advice. Look around first, then come back here with questions. We can't really help you without some more input from you. Pick a problem or at least an area of interest, say shell scripting, or httpd administration or almost anything. Then you can start looking for online resources on that topic and you can ask meaningful questions about what you may be having trouble with. There are courses or books with general introductions to unix/linux. It makes little or no sense for us to try to make you a course of study from scratch when we don't even know that you would be interested in whatever we might consider most important.

Forums like this are an excellent opportunity for interaction with other individuals who share an interest but may be at usefully different levels (or even at comparable levels :) ). But the critical word there is "individuals". All of us are just other members of the community. We're not trying to run a school with courses or something like that. But many of us are happy to field specific questions.

Best Regards,
Paul
Jan 14 '08 #3

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