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There's a couple of packages I maintain for Fedora, my distro of choice (most of the time). Most of those packages have to do with Yubikeys, a tiny, nifty device that generates one-time passwords. Check them out on Yubico's website.

I do a little programming in Python, Ruby, PHP, Bash and a (very) little C in my - almost nonexistent - spare time.

I currently work as a solution architect for Red Hat.


Jul
14
awarded  Custodian
Jul
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on mutt: bind CTRL+c to abort (CTRL+g)
Jul
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on fix ctrl-O in xterm?
Feb
20
revised What is the equivalent of Active Directory on Linux
added 24 characters in body
Feb
13
awarded  Guru
Aug
11
awarded  Yearling
Oct
25
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
15
awarded  Good Answer
Aug
11
awarded  Yearling
May
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
12
awarded  Yearling
May
21
revised Does the Linux PreemptRT patch benefit desktop users?
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Apr
19
answered Which is better for product level web server: RHEL/Ubuntu Server/Debian/CentOS
Apr
7
comment Does SELinux provide enough extra security to be worth the hassle of learning/setting it up?
SELinux can do brilliant stuff, even on a single user machine, like sandboxing applications.
Mar
1
comment What is the Firefox repository with all dependencies solved?
I'd upvote this again and again, if I could.
Feb
27
comment What happens when I open and read from /proc?
You're right: I goofed :) Thanks for pointing that out.
Feb
27
revised What happens when I open and read from /proc?
oops
Feb
27
answered What happens when I open and read from /proc?
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol