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Author:  minos_mks [ Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:54 pm ]
Post subject:  What i need to learn in linux ?!!!

i just started the php development like year ago. i know i have experience on php , mysql , JavaScript and according to the available jobs they recommend Linux experience two.

So what i need to know about Linux if i wanna apply for php dev jobs ( i am just need the topics names and i will do my research )

thank you for your time and your help

Author:  VladSun [ Wed Aug 18, 2010 8:51 am ]
Post subject:  Re: What i need to learn in linux ?!!!

1. Install Ubuntu (on a separate HDD - unplug the others HDDs physically) and play with it - install software, configure it etc. There are a lot of howtos in the net.
2. After you started to feel comfortable with Ubuntu, remove it and install Gentoo or Slackware - play with compiling software from source, finding dependencies, compiling and patching your own customized kernel.
3. Switch back to Debian (Ubuntu is a Debian derivative) and stay with it :)

Author:  califdon [ Wed Aug 18, 2010 12:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: What i need to learn in linux ?!!!

That's good advice from VladSun (as always!). I will only add a few things more. Jobs that require Linux knowledge are very likely to be server environments, so I would concentrate on command line operations, not GUI (Windows-like) operations. Learn the commands used at the command line, especially those to configure Linux servers like Apache, MySQL, Postfix, etc. Learn how to read system logs. Learn the file systems and permissions. Those are a few of the things you would be expected to know on a job.

Author:  minos_mks [ Thu Aug 19, 2010 2:02 am ]
Post subject:  Re: What i need to learn in linux ?!!!

Thank you so much for your help both of you my friends, i will use this information in this days , thnx for your time

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