Top five Linux lessons for Windows admins

Tuesday, 14 May 2002, 10:12 AM EST

For Windows system administrators, making the leap to introducing Linux systems into their organisations might be a little intimidating at first. But, with a few pointers, administering and supporting Linux is not as difficult as it seems.

Scott Lowe writes:"Much of my background is in maintaining Windows and NetWare systems. I played with Linux for a while and seriously got into it within the last year. So the five tips that I present here are a direct result of my learning experience."

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