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bio website github.com/k0pernikus
location Hamburg, Germany
age 27
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seen Dec 14 at 18:38

I am a web developper from Hamburg.

My main weapons of choice are PHP, JavaScript, and sometimes Java and recently some python. I feel most comfortable on a unix-like system featuring a powerful bash. I love to code via PhpStorm / IntelliJ IDEA. Some jobs are still best done in vim though.

My hobbies include programming (duh), hacking, science, listening to music, gaming and other rather mundane activities. Such as being an active member of the German Pirate Party.


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comment UEFI and Puppy Linux
Thanks for providing an answer. Please bear in mind that answers should stand on its own, which is why posting just a link is bad. Please put the relevant part here. Also if you have doubts if your approach answers the question, consider adding a comment to clarify the issue and then answer the question.
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comment Why doesn't my supervisor daemon start on reboot?
@DravSloan Yes, this has resolved my issue. Can you please add your comment as an answer for me to upvote and accept? And bonus, if you could elaborate as to why the path misbehaves and is required for my setup to work.
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revised How do I start a virtual machine in background upon OSX system start?
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