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I'm a System architect & Linux admin for cloud.com (Citrix).

I've been working with Linux since right about when kernel 2.2 was released. I've bounced around several unixes, having brief stints with Solaris & FreeBSD, though I much prefer Linux.

I enjoy solving problems, and designing things. Both of which I'm able to exercise quite frequently working with Linux.


Outside of tech, I love flying kites (and partake in some kiteboarding), frisbee, and other outdoorsy activities. I love the warm weather, and thunderstorms, which is why I live in south Florida :-)


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comment How to you create directories and set permission?
Have you put any effort in to this? You're not going to learn anything by having other people do your homework for you. 10 seconds of google would get you the answers.
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comment Custom kernel for Intel z2760 CPU
Are you experiencing this issue? Is it your friend experiencing this issue? Or is someone on the web is experiencing the issue? We can only help if you provide details on the problem, such as error messages, kernel version, OS, etc. And if you have no way to verify the solution, then it isn't possible to definitively solve.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Configuring USB digital microphone under Linux
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comment How to disable local file writes?
After your recent edit, it sounds like you simply want to set up /home as a network mount. There are tons of guides to doing this as it's a very common practice. Google 'linux network mount home directory' (substitute linux with your OS). If you have an issue, then we can help.
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reviewed Leave Open why bash increment: `n=0;((n++));` return error?
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comment VPS SSH and my OWN IP
The remote server is going to see a client IP address. What IP addr do you want it to see?
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comment MYSQL : Connecting to mysql from : 127.0.0.1 + telling ip tables to allow only 127.0.0.1 for mysql port : Logic vs Common Sense
Your most recent edit made the question worse. On your original question, I could mostly make sense of what you were saying. Your new question is very difficult to understand.
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comment grep substring between quotes
@polym This is probably being downvoted for a few reasons. 1) your original question mentioned html, and you should not attempt to regex through html. 2) you altered your question after it had been answered, to which the most upvoted answer is no longer a solution to the question. 3) this also is starting to sound like an X/Y problem, but this is just my own feeling, and probably not downvote worthy.
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comment mounting a SD card without a partition
what does file -s /dev/sdb output?
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revised Does Posix require any devices?
POSIX is an acronym, not code.
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revised MYSQL : Connecting to mysql from : 127.0.0.1 + telling ip tables to allow only 127.0.0.1 for mysql port : Logic vs Common Sense
formatting & grammar
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comment logging session with 'script' - how later read it?
You could also just cat. STDOUT should already be connected to the tty.
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comment How to use pv with dd?
@catpants "bs=1M is much faster than the default" <-- The default of dd. Without dd even being used, you don't have to deal with its bottlenecks.
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revised diabling cpu cores on quad core processor on linux
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Encrypting drive which has content
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reviewed Close How can I clear another tty from C?
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reviewed Close Port shown as online when no program is listening
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comment How to clear the input in Bash
No it doesnt. ls -l /proc/self/fd/0 & to see FD0 is still pointed at the TTY. This is why SIGTTIN exists. Also the shell doesn't run in the background. Execution pauses while it waits for the command it ran to finish (unless that command is backgrounded). Thus it won't touch STDIN while another program is running.
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