[BSDCert] About UNIX sysadmin requirement
Juan Rafael Gomez
lobogris at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 23:12:18 EDT 2005
100% agree with you...
And what about compiling? Most *nix admins I know are used to compile
most of the software their use on their systems (PHP, Samba, Apache,
etc.) Autotools basic usage knowledge should be included...
El lun, 29-08-2005 a las 15:56 -0700, Jeremy C. Reed escribió:
> On Mon, 29 Aug 2005, [ISO-8859-1] J. Rafael Gmez G." wrote:
> > I'm agree with Kevin Reiter about that C language is not necessary to admin
> > any UNIX but I think that it is necessary to have a good level of shell
> > programming. The real question is: What shell should be considered the de
> > facto standard for shell programming? csh? ksh? sh?
> > Or derivatives as tcsh, bash, o zsh?
> It would be sh. Most shell scripts are written with /bin/sh. We can't
> assume that /bin/sh is "ksh" especially since some versions of ksh are
> different than other versions of ksh. Also, bashisms would not be
> appropriate for base BSD installs.
> I also think that a good level of shell programming is useful. We don't
> know yet how basic of Unix essentials and shell programming the certs will
> cover yet. The survey was very long as it was and it didn't even get to
> details covering "Unix" fundamentals.
> Jeremy C. Reed
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