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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, Puppet, LaTeX, C++, C, Python, Debian, Ubuntu, Apache, Zarafa, Postfix, MySQL, security, KDE, SSL.

Every now and then I'll write an article on those topics my blog.


Other sites I'm active on: Launchpad, Tweakers.net, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+


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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.
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accepted Why does verifying SHA256 checksum with `sha256sum` fail on Debian and work on Ubuntu?
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