By rickramsey on Apr 01, 2009
In brotherhood and sisterhood with sysadmins across the world, as of April 1st, BigAdmin will only be available from the command line of a terminal window.Here is a partial summary of BigAdmin's CLI:
For a complete list of BigAdmin terminal window commands, enter:
bigadmin -hm- BigAdmin Home Page
bigadmin -mtd- Message of the Day
bigadmin -hcl- Hardware Compatibility List
bigadmin -nwslttr- BigAdmin Newsletter
bigadmin -rtcls- Feature Articles
bigadmin -ttfq- Tech Tips and FAQ's
bigadmin -blprnts- Sun BluePrints
bigadmin -xprts- BigAdmin Experts
bigadmin -drvrs- Devices and Drivers
bigadmin -tpcs- Resources by Sysadmin Topics
Through the technical wizardry of BigAdmin's engineering department, we have found a way to include BigAdmin content and resources into every build of every software environment on every computer. AND keep it updated.
You no longer need an internet connection. Nope. So you've got wireless? Big whup. We have the command line.
Even if you haven't downloaded a new version of software, your terminal window will display our latest content. And you thought Web 2.0 was cool.
If for some odd reason your particular terminal window doesn't display BigAdmin content, then someone has taken specific measures to disallow this functionality. Go directly to your manager, shake your fist, and shout "Why did you take BigAdmin out of my terminal window!"
If this does not have the intended effect, take advantage of the resume posting feature on our jobs board: