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FOSS enthousiast, Computer Science student, Debian GNU/Linux (and Ubuntu) user, DevOp with Pupppet powers, Coding in C/C++/Python.

Keywords: Linux, KVM/Libvirt power user, Puppet, LaTeX, C++, C, Python, PySide, Qt, Debian, Ubuntu, Apache, Zarafa, Postfix, MySQL, security, KDE.

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Jul
21
comment How to disable the 2.4Ghz band wireless adapter
'Disable 40MHz support in the 2.4GHz band' doesn't disable 2.4GHz, it disables the the double frequency band usage (40MHz instead of the 20MHz default). I don't see how any of these options disable the usage of the 2.4GHz band at all.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
30
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
30
accepted Why does verifying SHA256 checksum with `sha256sum` fail on Debian and work on Ubuntu?
Jun
30
revised Why does verifying SHA256 checksum with `sha256sum` fail on Debian and work on Ubuntu?
match title better to isue
Jun
30
asked Why does verifying SHA256 checksum with `sha256sum` fail on Debian and work on Ubuntu?
Apr
14
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
7
revised How to build and publish binaries for multiple Debian/Ubuntu distributions?
added 243 characters in body
Apr
7
asked How to build and publish binaries for multiple Debian/Ubuntu distributions?
Mar
14
revised How to list keys added to ssh-agent with ssh-add?
include a way for the full public key
Mar
14
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
23
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
2
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
22
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
24
comment How to get data shown out of workspace or directly from application?
Please don't cross-post. SU, AU
Oct
7
comment Any utility to find source of system load / load average for a certain period?
@AquariusPower That indeed deserves a new Question. Load averages on machines are calculated on many factors, not really relevant to this question.
Oct
2
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
1
comment Given vmlinuz and initrd.gz, how do I find out, where the kernel is going to load / (root) file system from?
@Bob No, I think you're overlooking the fact that the initrd you're referring to is not the same as the one you install - note the hd-media prefix in the docs. Also, "The real root is configured in init script [...]" <-- is taken from the kernel parameter, unless the initrd is customized to load it from somewhere else (like the Debian hd-media version of the initrd.)