I appreciate all comments about the site. I received lots of
constructive criticism and helpful advise on ways to improve the site:
I'll work on fixing the fonts to a standard font (Times New Roman). I
am also working on the organization of the information; perhaps a
hierarchical (tree based) approach to the information. I am trying to
use a tool like agrep and glimpse from: http://www.cs.arizona.edu
(SunExpert Magazine June 1998) as part of a cgi script to search the
Thanks to the following people for their comments:
Thank you! As a relatively new Solaris sysadmin ( just about a year
now),every day I realize more how much I don't know. I do know that I
kind of enjoy it though......is that strange?
I will probably visit your site frequently when I have a Unix question.
I think you have a great start! Wonderful!
My suggestions: the font sizes you choose (particularly on
http://planet.earthcom.net/~rha/solres.html) make it impossible for
me to read. (My normal font size is 12 points. So, many of your
items come out as about 6 point)
Consider making it easier to navigate and find information on
your pages. I can't quite figure out how to navigate to find what
I'm looking for. (And, from my own experience, I know how extremely
difficult it can be to lay out information like this in an
Keep at it--this will be a fine resource.
..Celeste Stokely, Unix System Administration Consultant
Stokely Consulting, 211 Thompson Square, Mountain View CA 94043
firstname.lastname@example.org - Voice: 650.967.6898 - FAX: 650.967.0160
http://www.stokely.com - Home of Unix Serial Port & Sysadm Resources
Nice going! But a lot of people have rules set up to delete anything
from sun-managers unless it has 'SUMMARY' in the subject line - I know I
do. So I nearly missed your cool resource.
Thank you very much for this page. I'm sure it will be
very useful for many of us.
Yizhong Zhou email@example.com, (508) 647-7371
The Mathworks, Inc. 24 Prime Park Way, Natick, MA
Thanks -- looks like a good list. I'll check it out and let you know,
also and any additional links I have.
Nice to see something free that does not advertise.
--Kitty Ferguson System Administrator - CSMT
firstname.lastname@example.org NCAR - High Altitude Observatory
tel: (303)497-1556 P.O. Box 3000
fax: (303)497-1589 Boulder, CO 80307-3000
In case no one does, I just wanted to say thanks, nice resource info.
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