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bio website supermathie.net
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Systems Administrator, Consultant, Programmer, Linux geek, Computer geek, Networking geek.

I work for Net Direct, Canada's leading Linux solutions provider and largest Canadian IBM System x VAR.

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Nov
15
awarded  Scholar
Nov
15
suggested approved edit on Controlling users' default printer as an administrator
Nov
15
accepted Controlling users' default printer as an administrator
Nov
15
comment Why is echo ignoring my quote characters?
You need to explain what you're trying to do. Such as "I want to append the following text: '…' to a file."
Nov
14
awarded  Student
Nov
14
asked Controlling users' default printer as an administrator
Nov
14
answered “INIT: version 2.86 reloading” - cause and fix?
Oct
27
answered Live-migration of a SLES9 DomU?
Oct
26
comment Live-migration of a SLES9 DomU?
Does this happen every time you migrate the domU? Does it happen with other domUs? Have you contacted Novell support?
Sep
5
answered sudo without password - security?
Aug
27
awarded  Yearling
Aug
10
comment How can I have a separate umask for directory or user?
/dev/hda6 is the device node in the example on that page… odds are your server is different. You need to add the 'acl' option to the appropriate mountpoint in /etc/fstab and remount it (mount -o remount,acl /dev/whatever /srv)
Aug
9
answered GNU: Delayed jobs Queue
Aug
9
answered How can I have a separate umask for directory or user?
Aug
9
comment How can I have a separate umask for directory or user?
That depends… what OS are you using?
Aug
6
awarded  Editor
Aug
6
revised Select code block in vim
added 52 characters in body
Aug
6
awarded  Teacher
Aug
6
answered Select code block in vim
Jan
13
awarded  Supporter