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My interests are:

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

My distros are:

  • OpenSuSE
  • Fedora
  • CentOS
  • Linux From Scratch

Goals:

  • Learn FreeBSD
  • Lear more about my interests :P
  • Learn IPv6

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

I use DuckDuckGo, don't you?
https://duckduckgo.com/


Jul
5
comment Figuring out physical cache layout in FreeBSD
@SteveWills All of sysctl -a or just kern.sched.topology_spec?
Jul
2
comment SSH'd into a computer, uptime / who / users report 0 users?
Last time I saw something like this my machine was about to kick the bucket...not going to suggest it as a solution or anything, but if you aren't making backups, now might be a very good time.
Jul
2
awarded  Peer Pressure
Jun
26
awarded  Critic
Jun
25
awarded  Organizer
Jun
25
awarded  Supporter
Jun
23
answered Creating an iso from the virtual machine
Jun
17
awarded  Student
Jun
17
asked Figuring out physical cache layout in FreeBSD
Jun
13
answered How to AND terms in zypper search?
Jun
13
comment Installled openSuse and now can't boot from USB or DVD
Are the good burns? Have you checked the md5sum\sha512sum? Can you boot off of them in an emulator like VirtalBox or qemu?
Jun
13
awarded  Editor
Jun
13
comment What are the default openSUSE 13.1 user groups?
I'm only part of the users group and I get X on every login...what is your default runlevel?
Jun
13
revised Compiling C++11 code on old machines
small grammer things...
Jun
13
revised How do I find the repo information to setup yum?
Saved one step. The end result is the same, but just do everything in one line.
May
28
answered How do I find the repo information to setup yum?
Oct
11
answered Compiling C++11 code on old machines
Oct
11
comment Provide passphrase to plymouth ask-for-password from command line
Am I understanding this correctly: / is encrypted; however, you can log in through SSH? Now, what you're wanting is a way to unlock / from SSH?
Jan
7
answered Installing Debian on an SSD
Nov
17
answered openSUSE Linux Kiosk Setup