Jarret W. Buse
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Jarret W. Buse

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Jarret W. Buse was last seen:
Sep 16, 2014 at 11:18 AM
    1. Saptarshi Nag
      Saptarshi Nag
      Sir,I am an enthusiastic user of linux and also developed an ubuntu software.I have developed it with Devyn C Johnson,notable member of this group.You can check the software here https://launchpad.net/~nag-dev/+archive/ubuntu/nag-dev-ppa/+packages
      Now,I hereby want to do a project(linux based) under or with you(It may be a paid one).I will be highly obliged if I get kind approval of yours in this regard.
      Thank you
    2. mr.whb
      mr.whb
      hello .dear. hha can you configuration ipp2p on ubuntu server?
    3. Firas
      Firas
      Good day to u Many many thanks for ur tutorial on Super boot manager , i am a complete new user to Linux mint 17 , and have been reading for the last 3 days about how to make it work , but only ur tutorial was the best :)
      I also would Like to get ur book , but with the Low knowledge that I have with linux , I am not sure what ur book can offer me ??
      Many many thanks
      1. Jarret W. Buse
        Jarret W. Buse
        Thanks for your kind words. let me know if there is a specific subject you would like to see an article about. I am always open to suggestions.

        If you want to learn more about Linux, look at my Linux+ articles. They are a good place to start.
        Aug 31, 2014
    4. Firas
      Firas
      Good Day to U

      I am a very very new user to linux , and have been going through hoops to find out how to install super-boot-manager ,, But ur tutorial was the best, and I would Like to mention also that i would love to get ur book ,, but with the Low level of my knowledge with linux ,, I am not sure what can ur book offer me :)

      many many thanks Im happy I found ur tutorial and i am Happy I Joined
    5. Alex Linux
      Alex Linux
      I've spent almost my entire career working with Windows (Win 3.1) until now. Does anyone know where I can start on the beginner level? I've done a Linux install or 2 but have had to work with Unix and Linux only rarely & know little of their workings and commands. I was thinking of getting a Linux+ cert., but I also want to be somewhat accomplished so that I can switch roles from a Windows admin to a Linux admin.
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      2. Jarret W. Buse
        Jarret W. Buse
        My suggestion is to read a Linux+ cert book (or my articles) as they come out.
        Apr 13, 2014
      3. Jarret W. Buse
        Jarret W. Buse
        Have a PC handy and have your primary Linux distro you use at work on CD and then spend a weekend on it (late into the night). If you have a MCSE cert book for the workstation, browse through it and find the comparison of everything it teaches in the Linux system.
        Apr 13, 2014
      4. Jarret W. Buse
        Jarret W. Buse
        This will provide you a base point in comparison to a Windows workstation from the System Administrators view. If needed, drop me another line through my e-mail (jarretbuse@hotmail.com).
        Apr 13, 2014
    6. DevynCJohnson
      DevynCJohnson
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    I had a book come out called EPUB: From the Ground Up.

    Go to Amazon or Barnes and Noble to order a copy.

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    You can contact me here at Linux.org or at jarretbuse@hotmail.com.

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