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Help Net Security: Interview with Roderick W. Smith

Oct 02, 2002, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Roderick W. Smith is a professional computer book author who has extensive experience writing handbooks for users. A Linux and networking expert, he has several books to his name, including: Broadband Internet Connections, Linux: Networking for Your Office, The Multi-Boot Configuration Handbook, Linux Samba Server Administration and Advanced Linux Networking. Roderick has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from Tufts University. On the personal side, he enjoys science fiction, computers, and an occasional binge of photography.

"How long have you been working with Linux, and how did you get interested in it?

"I first started using Linux in 1994, because I was curious about Linux and wanted to learn more about UNIX-like systems generally. I spent several hours downloading an early Slackware via a 28.8Kbps modem (or maybe even 14.4Kbps), then later bought an InfoMagic CD set..."

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