small opportunity knocks?

.VWV. victorvittorivonwiktow at
Tue Nov 11 18:05:32 PST 2003

I had come immediately, if I was closer to you, but I'm in Europe. Moreover,
you need somebody mostly acquainted with the core of the system, because it
is important to know, unix works at his best from the command-line. The most
important benefits offered by FreeBSD, compared to Linux, are the historical
base of its unix standards and tools, the partitioning system, the
filesystem, the ease of kernel compilation, the use of the memory.


Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. wrote:
> I imagine y'all saw this, but maybe it fell through
> the cracks.
> Somebody West Coast (maybe from a UG) might
> have an opportunity here. Not a big one, albeit,
> but hey ...
> Don't think it's a troll ... but doesn't know much
> about 'Nix. I unwrapped the oneliner for ya....
> Kevin Kinsey
> DaleCo, S.P.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2003 21:18:09 +0000
> From: mikebond at
> To: freebsd-questions at
> Hello,
> I work at Las Positas College as a Technical Mentor, in a work-based
> learning program called LaPTechS. Many of our students have expressed
> an interest in learning about Linux and Unix. I was wondering if it is
> possible for a representative from your organization to come speak at
> a seminar for our students. The students don’t have a working
> knowledge
> of Linux or Unix but are very curious to learn. Our seminars are
> usually an hour long, but you can choose how long you would want to
> speak.
> We are mostly interested to know some of the history of Linux and
> Unix, and also how to install an OS like FreeBSD.
> Thank you for your time and consideration.
> Sincerely,
> Michael Bond
> Technical Mentor, LaPTechS
> Las Positas College
> 3033 Collier Canyon Rd.
> Livermore, CA 94551
> 925.371.3836
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