I hate flash.
I hate the NY Times online.
But... this *is* good.
The following short quiz consists of 4 questions and will tell you whether you are qualified to be a professional. The questions are NOT that difficult.
Over the years, the things that you might use udev rules for has changed, as well as the flexibility of rules themselves. On a modern system, udev provides persistent naming for some device types out-of-the-box, eliminating the need for custom rules for those devices. However, some users will still require the extra level of customisation.
If forced to use an MS-SQL database, I find it much easier and more convenient to use the excellent sqsh shell.
These are my notes on installing and configuring FreeTDS on Mac OS X to work with Perl and Microsoft SQL Server 2000