When Unix Stops Being Fun

Robert Dormer rdormer at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 07:23:37 PDT 2004

Having looked at the list, honesty - it's not nearly as much as it
looks like.  Seriously.  It's well within your ken to learn ALL of
that.  Easily.  Just do this - get a few machines.  Throw FreeBSD on
them.  Hell, throw Open or Net on one or two, RedHat or Gentoo or
Debian on another.

Now plug them all into a hub.  Get them to play nicely together. 
Shouldn't take more than a few weeks of messing around.  By the end of
that you should know just about everything on that list.  Not have it
commited to memory, but hey - who does?

I mean - why do you think they invented man pages?

Believe in yourself.  If I can do it, anyone can.

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