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My interests are:

  • OpenLDAP
  • Kerberos
  • Sendmail
  • Virtualization (Xen and VirtualBox)

My distros are:

  • OpenSuSE
  • Fedora
  • CentOS
  • Linux From Scratch
  • FreeBSD

Goals:

  • Learn more about my interests :P
  • Learn IPv6

I'm really rather hodge-podge. If I see something I like, I'll learn it.

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comment Recover data from linux partition
What type of encryption did you use? ecryptfs, luks, something else?
Sep
3
comment USB booting to installing Linux on a new Lenovo laptop
Oh look, UEFI problems. You might want to swap one of your tags (lenovo or thinkpad) for it.
Sep
1
answered Debian: Can I remount / read-only in single user mode?
Aug
31
comment How can I get this proprietary low-vision camera working in Linux?
What is the output of lsusb? And does a device show up in /dev (/dev/video0 or something to that effect)?
Aug
29
comment Opensuse 13.1 wifi doesn't work (intel k53E laptop)
garethTheRed is asking you to boot into Windows and see if WiFi works. If that does then check if you reboot (not shutting down) from Windows to Linux causes WiFi to work.
Aug
29
revised Opensuse 13.1 wifi doesn't work (intel k53E laptop)
This is a opensuse question as well as several grammer issues.
Aug
29
comment Opensuse 13.1 wifi doesn't work (intel k53E laptop)
I'm afraid I don't know what you mean by "hard blocked", could you please explain that?
Aug
29
suggested suggested edit on Opensuse 13.1 wifi doesn't work (intel k53E laptop)
Aug
25
answered Find out which process is in foreground on bash
Aug
25
asked Kerberos Forwarding in SSSD
Aug
25
comment Too much installing and uninstalling?
I've found this to not always be the case. I've found several files with the suffix .rpmsave. Rather annoying, but there should be some switch that removes this. Then again with the costs of disks a few KB wasted is nothing.
Aug
25
comment My local DNS don't resolv specific hostnames IP's
Looking at your updated question, you'll "never" be able to ping ims.be (this is due to your bind entries). Try pinging www.ims.be
Aug
25
comment My local DNS don't resolv specific hostnames IP's
Do not edit the hosts file! This is a bad precedent. Suppose he changes IPs or subnets, this defeats the purpose of a DNS server.
Aug
24
revised My local DNS don't resolv specific hostnames IP's
This looks like an apache problem and not a bind problem.
Aug
24
comment My local DNS don't resolv specific hostnames IP's
On your client box (Windows 7), do you have it set to use CentOS as a DNS server?
Aug
24
suggested suggested edit on My local DNS don't resolv specific hostnames IP's
Aug
23
answered How to configure Apache Rivet on openSUSE with YaST2
Aug
14
revised Deamon openvpn configuration file with .conf?
Spelling mistake corrected for clairity and to help people where English is not a primary language.
Aug
14
comment Mint 15 High temps on e-450, fan seemingly not reacting
Just wondering, will your BIOS show temp and fan info? If so then if you just let it idle in the BIOS what does it show for fan speed and temp?
Aug
14
comment Deamon openvpn configuration file with .conf?
Since this appears to be related to another question you asked about logins, does this happen on all of the machines you log in to?