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Re: [K12OSN] Given this situation, why bother continue with LTSP?



OK...given this I have 28 MS servers and 12 Linux servers (and 350 desktops)....so using this I should be making $211,273!

I want to know where my EXTRA MONEY IS!!!!!!!

Richard-

PS: I do spend an average of 3 hours a week on my Linux systems (total) and the rest on the MS systems...MS and time management DO NOT go together!




Doug Simpson wrote:


Comment added . . . Read on. . .

Rob Owens wrote:

Here are a couple links:

http://techupdate.zdnet.com/techupdate/stories/main/0,14179,2907876-2,00.html

"In the survey, Linux admin salaries were slightly
higher than Windows admins, with Linux at $71,400 per
admin, and Windows at $68,500 per admin. But Linux
admins took care of an average of 44 servers and
Windows admins an average of 10. So the salary per
processing unit was Linux, $12,010, and Windows,
$52,060."


This is because Windows Admins have so much to do, they only have *time* for 10 servers. . . The linux admins happily work on more servers because it is so much easier!

Doug

http://aplawrence.com/Opinion/joemckearnings.html
"Programmer/analysts with Unix or Linux skills were
able to command salaries at least 9% to 10% higher
than their Windows counterparts."
"CIOs made almost $135,000 a year at Unix sites,
compared with $114,000 at Linux and $73,000 at
Windows-only installations."

I know I've seen plenty of articles about this over
the past year, but I don't remember where.

-Rob


--- Doug Simpson <simpsond leopards k12 ar us> wrote:


Doug Simpson
Technology Specialist
DeQueen Public Schools
DeQueen, AR 71832
simpsond leopards k12 ar us
Tux for President!

On Thu, 21 Apr 2005, Rob Owens wrote:



2 more comments:

1) If the parents think the children are being
somehow handicapped by using Linux, they should be
shown some of the articles I've seen on the

internet


about the salaries of Linux admins vs. Windows

admins.


URLs please!!!!!



2) The basics of Linux do not change much. Since

I


started learning how Linux works about a year and

a


half ago, I truly feel that I am learning valuable
information. More and more I feel that any time I
spend to learn something in Windows is a waste of

my


time. This is because every release of Windows

does


something a little bit differently. I have had
questions about how to set up my network in

Linux--I


researched the internet, and found a how-to from

10


years ago that still applies today. In my

estimation,


time spent learning Linux is time well spent.

-Rob

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