From: Thomas Bridge (thomas at domain medianet.ie)
Date: Fri 28 May 1999 - 17:52:19 IST
On Fri, 28 May 1999 Tony_Melia at domain Dell.com wrote:
> as a side issue, what are Irish companies using Linux for?
Well, Medianet/Club Internet have been using Linux in their "Internet in a
box" turnkey solution for over two years. A lot of web servers run on
a Linux/Apache combination as well. And I don't think we're the only
ISP in Ireland who uses that combination.
> Also, what
> companies would one look at if they wanted a linux related support job?
How about one which uses Linux on a regular basis. For example, an ISP
who uses Linux in their turnkey solutions would, to my certain knowledge
(hint!)  be interested in taking on people who know linux for a support
The real problem is that most people who know linux don't take support
jobs because they can normally get something else like admining.
 Seriously. And you wouldn't get anywhere near an NT Box either!
Thomas Bridge Hostmaster/Sysadmin, Medianet Ireland.
thomas.bridge at domain medianet.ie
"The nerds have taken over from the pervs" - anonymous news admin on noting
that comp.binaries.linux had overtaken all the porn groups as the most popular
group of the week,
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