programm issues--moving files back and forth
tyler at tysdomain.com
Tue Nov 25 08:46:02 EST 2008
well, thanks for the info on cisco; I was not aware of the global training.
I'll check out the website, though I know people who have went through
public schools and completed the certification, so I'd like to see if I can
do that. It may help with it though.
email: tyler at tysdomain.com
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Kerry Hoath" <kerry at gotss.net>
To: "Speakup is a screen review system for Linux." <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 6:27 AM
Subject: Re: programm issues--moving files back and forth
>I respond to the first portion of your message below, the second is for the
>list owners and not myself to judge.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tyler Littlefield" <tyler at tysdomain.com>
> To: "Speakup is a screen review system for Linux."
> <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2008 4:58 PM
> Subject: Re: programm issues--moving files back and forth
>> First, I'm well aware of the problems with dmzing my system. I don't plan
>> to visit cisco for the blind, as any cisco site would do just fine for
>> teaching me what I need to know. Incidentally, until I win the lottery or
>> something similar happens I don't think i'll be owning a cisco router.
>> As for configuring the network, I believe I've got a decent grasp of what
>> I'm doing. Thanks for the tip though.
> This is a common missconception regarding Cisco training, and in fact any
> vendor training you may undertake.
> Whilst Cisco does concentrate on Cisco routers in the later modules;
> it does provide a good introduction to network concepts and provides a
> foundation of understanding on various network topics.
> Your assercion regarding beeing able to gain the knowledge you seek from
> any Cisco sight is sadly incorrect on a number of levels.
> Firstly; "Cisco for the blind" is not an exercise in patrinization; it is
> a concerted effort to render the Cisco learning institute's resources in a
> more accessible format, including diagram descriptions which explain what
> is in the pictures and diagrams as you go through the courses.
> Network layouts are described, and you are given access to real router
> hardware remotely to practice your skills on.
> In many cases sighted people use a simulator which is completely
> inaccessible to us; although work is ongoing to make these resources
> Learning institute has invested significant time in increasing
> accessability to these resources, which is more than I can say for
> Negotiations with Apple are ongoing regarding their admin courses for the
> It is of course up to you with whom you study and for what reasons,
> and I am bringing the program to your attention purely to make you aware
> of its existance. Your lack of interest and free beer attitude has been
> It would help the list greatly if you could actually state your problems
> clearly and concisely with information on what you are trying to do and
> what equipment you have at your disposal.
> "I can't edit source code in pico with ntcrt" doesn't help as we don't
> know what platform the source is for,
> what compiler is beeing used or what line endings the compiler expects.
> The first step in problem solving is defining your problem and
> communicating it to the people who may choose to help you out of the
> kindness of their hearts.
> Regards, Kerry.
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