> > SAMBA isn't up to NT SMB standards (no suprise there really), and NT
> > do have trouble moving to *nix based systems.
>> Yes, but so what? Unix != NT. Why shouldn't someone with no exposure to
> Unix be unfamiliar with it when first placed in a Unix environment? It's
> a fault of the OS.
>My point exactly, since when did a *nix admin have trouble adapting to an NT
> I kinda smiled at the article's implication that the "NT admin" was the
> base unit of admin currency. If one of them can't 'handle the
> complexity...without retraining', why, linux *must* be crap :)
<Smiling and nodding in agreement>
Now we're talking ...
</Smiling and nodding in agreement>
> > The attack, after the first few paragraphs moved to Unix in general as
> > opposed to linux, esp in the TCO bit, that said, tech-savvy people do
> > loadsamoney ....
>> Ah, yes. And they're not even "certified engineers" *lol*
Hey, don't knock it, I did an MCPS exam a few years back <ducks>, never
having studied the course material, and got it, regardless of what happens
employers look at that MCPS on a CV and think I'm some form of genius ...
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