>Just to give UL their piece...
I think Linux is actually a subject in some of those UL course things now
... Con Sheehan (lecturer) was at one stage setting up (or talking about
setting up) a lab with nothing but Linux systems in it. Redhat I think, but
that was a few years ago.
>Go to a UNI with a good computer society with people who are willing to
>help out, I'd never have figured this UNIX/Linux stuff out only for the
>skynet group in UL,
Vax/Stables/fag breaks, learnt lots about Linux in all three places. Not so
much in the Fishtank though, maybe a little in the post grad labs :) It's
great when you start 'cos almost everybody knows more than you so you can
get help easily. Then you begin helping others, then servers start crashing
and things start going on fire, but that can be fun too.
>and do interesting projects where allowed, any project
>where I could use Linux I used it, even if it wasn't exactly what the
sure, even managed to squeeze one into that Man Tech course I did (for
reasons best kept to myself, the course that is not the project). A voice
controlled X-Windows effort you did wasn't it Dave ?
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