Taking Note of an Opportunity

Taking Note of an Opportunity

Post by Mark Graf » Sat, 03 Sep 1994 08:37:27

If you are a kernel hacker type with a special interest in security you might want
to check out ba.jobs.offered or misc.jobs.offered. SunFed has some openings in
California for a pretty exciting new project. Relocation from anywhere on the
planet is possible for the right candidate (so they tell me).



1. Taking installation notes?

I've seen quite a few people mention installation notes. Though I'd been
planning to do it for myself when I start my installation, I was curious as
to what sort of things others noted down. What do people look for in
installation notes if they're reading others' notes? Thought I'd put my
documentation together in a way that would be helpful for others, especially
since it'll be on newly released Apple hardware.

Ian (aka The Ian Road Show, not the Secret Asian Man on Slashdot)

2. Reading is much more interesting than TV (0149/1708)

3. sed not taking [\t]+ tho it takes [\t]*

4. Looking for IT Management Opensource Software


6. Friendly software installations and shared libraries

7. 4 weeks vacation-University job Opportunity

8. Terminal Emulation

9. Terrific Internet Startup Opportunity in NYC



12. Career opportunities in Michigan

13. Trident 9440 1MB + 2monitors +FAQ + notes conf -> no luck