[sf-lug] [LINUX USER QUESTIONAIRE] Kinds of Linux user
andrewevansc at gmail.com
Wed Jul 29 10:12:57 PDT 2009
Answer 3: I believe that a large part of one's expertise in Linux is defined
by their ability to *bust out fatty shell scripts*. Therein lies the power
of Linux: being able to tell the computer exactly what to do, step by step.
Also, the advanced user knows where the f&*#$ everything is located, from
deep in the /etc to the far reaches of the various libs.
*Beginner*: knows ls,cd,cp,mv commands, hates using vi
*Intermediate*: learns grep and loves it, hates using vi
*advanced*: pipes commands, creates shell scripts and cron jobs (hmm... does
apache skills fit under linux skills?????), starts to like vi
*expert*: i'm not there yet, but they usually have cats
On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 9:38 AM, Edward Janne <tigakub at mac.com> wrote:
> Thanks, Jim.
> On Jul 29, 2009, at 8:50 AM, jim wrote:
> your questions are not disruptive in my
>> mind. i like that people are interacting
>> over your questions--it's interesting to
>> see the variety. my take is that it will be
>> better to have the questions one at a time
>> (in separate emails), so that each discussion
>> can be tracked separately.
> So in the absence of any negative response I shall continue.
> Question 3: Are there different kinds or levels of Linux user? How would
> you describe them?
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