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Old 31st July 2013
Majorix Majorix is offline
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Default Systems/Network Administration Simulator or Game

Yesterday, while studying networks management, I had this idea. I googled some but couldn't find anything relevant.

Does anybody know a game like this (on browser or downloadable), where you administrate a network of computers (or a single one for that matter) that run BSD, Linux, a UNIX-like system, Windows, or even some fictional OS. I would like to tackle all kinds of problems that network admins face everyday; like writing small scripts, changing configurations, installing/upgrading software, or even physical changes (cables, routers, ...), you name.

This would be both fun and educative for me since I am a software engineering student.

Last edited by Majorix; 31st July 2013 at 07:16 PM.
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