[lpi-discuss] Re: General comments on LPI levels -- after 14
years, they still call me an "Intern"
ross e. brunson
ross at brunson.org
Fri Sep 16 11:46:26 EDT 2005
Don't get me started on the "ip" command, it's as unnatural as a suite
of office applications that all integrate. (Apologies to Dilbert).
I hate the route command, it's like having the worst of the "net"
command from Microsoft on Linux, the commands to do things are in
english language, sort of, and it takes me longer to remember english
Our SUSE engineers think "ip" is the cat's behind, so all our courseware
(well, the stuff that I didn't write, that is) has little shrines
everywhere to "ip".
On Fri, 2005-09-16 at 09:55 -0400, Etienne Goyer wrote:
> Bryan J. Smith wrote:
> > On Thu, 2005-09-15 at 21:59 -0700, Mark Miller wrote:
> >>As GOD is my witness, I WILL have sub-netting on my tests! ;)
> > What I care _more_ about is host-based details, like setting up routes
> > or -- more often than not -- removing _incorrect_ routes.
> We gotta have a debate wheter to ask about the old "route" command, or
> the new(ish) "ip" command from the iproute2 package. :)
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