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I'm a professional QA Engineer. Have a B.Sc in Electronics Engineering.


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Audio (recording/mixing)

Programming: Python, Perl, Bash, C#

OS: Different Linux flavors

Algorithmic\Automated trading


Aug
2
comment I can't use ANY Linux distribution because of my graphic card
From what I see on the nets, ATI 6800 shouldn't have any specific issues with Linux. Make sure that this is you problem and not something else. If you want to just try Linux, you can try installing any of the distros on a virtual machine, within Windows.
May
24
comment How to rename pattern in one file to another over several directories recursively
Will this answer help you? stackoverflow.com/a/4794313/1119381
May
15
comment Guest OS Ubuntu 12.04 no network connection
Take a look here: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/40510/…
May
14
comment Online course that covers Unix/Linux Systems programming
@Mouse.The.Lucky.Dog You're right. I have just found few things that I needed myself so it got me a bit too excited and I disregarded the original.
May
14
comment Online course that covers Unix/Linux Systems programming
Great links! BTW, in Coursera, it is possible to receive an official certificate if completed all the assignments.
May
3
comment How can I separate these two outputs using awk command
He asked for awk based solution
Apr
14
comment Reinstall package in CentOS
My currently installed version is libtool-ltdl-2.2.6-15.5.el6.i686
Apr
14
comment Reinstall package in CentOS
Hi and thank you for your answer, however I've already tried that with the same outcome. I reinstalled the whole libtool-ltdl package but then, when trying to install the Image::Magick package, I get the dependencies issue.
Apr
14
comment Mounting all partitions on hard disk automatically on Linux Mint
forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?p=135082,http://…
Jul
19
comment Difference between “echo $SHELL” and “which bash”
@jw013 Thank you for your comments and explanation, please post it as an answer so I can accept it.
Jun
12
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
I have installed an nmap for windows application and scanned the Ubuntu from windows. According to its results, the 22 ssh port is open. Moreover, since I just realized that I actually can ssh to this system from windows, it seems that the issue now is "No ssh access to Ubuntu system from another Linux machine". It's getting really complicated to explain all this.. It seems that there is something blocking ssh only to this Ubuntu (ssh to other Linuxes is fine). Any ideas?
Jun
12
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
I've just noticed that I can telnet AND ssh to that Ubuntu system from Windows(on which the VB is running) and the connection succeeded! However I still can't ssh to that Ubuntu from any other Linux system. This is really getting strange for me..
Jun
12
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
Verbose output of the ssh give only the following: OpenSSH_4.3p2, OpenSSL 0.9.8e-fips-rhel5 01 Jul 2008 debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config debug1: Applying options for * debug1: Connecting to 10.125.31.176 [10.125.31.176] port 22. I afraid it will be impossible to nmap from another machine since the rest of them are Red Hats with no nmap on them..
Jun
12
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
Thank you for your detailed answer! So since I have my Windows host connected to the network I used the first option, which is using Bridged Connection. I chose the "Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller" which is an actual physical controller installed on the PC. I've also checked that there are no firewall configured in Ubuntu. After starting the machine I got the exact condition I had from the very beginning.. I can ping both ways inside the network (I have few Linuxes in the network). I can ssh to all these from Ubuntu. The only problem is that I cannot ssh TO this Ubuntu system.
Jun
12
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
I'm sorry for being such a noob but I'm not sure I know how to do that. Maybe you could give me some directions here? The IP of the PC on which the VirtualBox is running is 10.125.31.170 and the IP I see from the VM is 10.125.31.176 (it all appears in my question). When you say that I should reconfigure the IP, you mean that I should manually enter the TCP/IP properties for that Loopback adapter? Thank you!
Jun
12
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
Thank you for your answer. So regarding the first point, I do have Bridged Adapter configured. I've configured the "Microsoft Loopback Adapter", as you proposed (I had to install it on my Windows first). But then, after I restarted the virtual machine, I was not able to reach the PC from the VM and vice versa.
Jun
11
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
@lgarzo The firewall is not running.
Jun
11
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
@lgarzo I'm not sure. How can I check it? Could this be the issue, since I can ping both ways..
Jun
11
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
@lgarzo Yes, I've configured Network Adapter to be "Bridged Adapter" in Virtual Box manager for that machine.
Jun
11
comment Cannot connect to my Virtual Box Ubuntu system
@AlexChamberlain I've performed tail -f on that file and triet to access the machine with telnet and ssh, but nothing reflected in that log. It remained as it was..