[lpi-discuss] LPIC-3

Ross E. Brunson ross at brunson.org
Wed Nov 9 20:20:45 EST 2005


Nice one!  I'll add it to the roster.

Next couple are:

SOOBE error (Short or Open between ears, as if you had applied a 
multimeter measuring resistance to the user's ears, short means they are 
an airhead, open means they are a bonehead)
IEU (Ignorant End User)

Ross

Josh Klein wrote:

>Actually Ross, back in the old days of NT 4.0 we used to refer to that last
>one as a "BDC error" (BDC = between the desk and the chair)
>
>Josh
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>Subject: Re: [lpi-discuss] LPIC-3
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>Don't forget:
>
>I/O Error (Ignorant Operator)
>ID10T wiring
>PEBKAC (problem exists between keyboard and chair)
>
>Your turn,
>
>Ross
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>Alan McKinnon wrote:
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>>On Wednesday, 9 November 2005 18:22, ross e. brunson wrote:
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>>>>There was a discussion on this a few months back, it might be
>>>>worthwhile to review the archives. AFAIR we talked about general
>>>>areas of expertise such as LAMP, Security, Windows Operability
>>>>and so on
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>>>I remember we discussed this, with about the same conclusions...
>>>
>>>Alan, is that a new acronym?  RTFA(rchive)???  Nice.
>>>
>>>Ross
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>>RTFA - I like that :-)
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>>But no, i can't claim to have used it. I just used the usual old
>>
>>AFAIR - as far as I recall
>>LAMP - Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP
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