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I am an IT Software Tester, learning C#, C++ and Linux.
I have done a lot of work on the following platforms:

SCO
Ubunutu 4.1 - 12.04
Solaris on SPARC
Solaris on INTEL
HP-UXi v3
FreeBSD
RHEL (5.5)

19h
reviewed No Action Needed How do I take a list and remove it from a file?
19h
revised How can I select columns based on a control file with invalid column numbers?
Improved spelling and grammar
20h
suggested suggested edit on How can I select columns based on a control file with invalid column numbers?
20h
accepted Difference between “ls -l” and “dir -l”
1d
asked Difference between “ls -l” and “dir -l”
2d
suggested suggested edit on tcpdump doesn't appear to be capturing any data, why?
Sep
15
revised How to set the environmental variable for my scripts same as the users shell?
Improved format.
Sep
15
suggested suggested edit on How to set the environmental variable for my scripts same as the users shell?
Sep
15
revised CentOS 7 persistent routing issue?
Improved some formatting mistakes.
Sep
15
suggested suggested edit on CentOS 7 persistent routing issue?
Sep
15
revised BackTrack Linux not showing Desktop after installation
Improved format.
Sep
15
revised BackTrack Linux not showing Desktop after installation
Improved format.
Sep
15
suggested suggested edit on BackTrack Linux not showing Desktop after installation
Sep
15
suggested suggested edit on BackTrack Linux not showing Desktop after installation
Sep
15
revised KVM based RHEL 6.3 VM OS installation - lvm based partition feature not availble
Improved Format
Sep
15
reviewed Reviewed KVM based RHEL 6.3 VM OS installation - lvm based partition feature not availble
Sep
15
suggested suggested edit on KVM based RHEL 6.3 VM OS installation - lvm based partition feature not availble
Sep
15
reviewed No Action Needed Commands not found: netstat, nmap on CentOS 7
Sep
15
comment Open a directory and let it update itself using “tail -f”
Thanks, but your addition will be better in my other question, regarding file monitoring. I am wanting directory monitoring here.
Sep
15
accepted Open a directory and let it update itself using “tail -f”