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bio website altern.kiev.ua
location Kiev, Ukraine
age 28
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Oct 9 at 9:20

I'm a software engineer, configuration manager, trainer, musician.

My passion is software configuration management and related stuff:

  • version control
  • continuous integration
  • build management
  • deployment management
  • dependency management
  • merge management
  • release management

Recently I've developed training dedicated to software configuration management, you can see presentation slides on my slideshare page.


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Oct
6
revised Avoid asking password if `su -m user command` is used under `user`?
Added the reason why I need this
Oct
6
comment Avoid asking password if `su -m user command` is used under `user`?
the reason I need to avoid password entering on su for current user is /etc/init.d/scripts which have su -m user statement for many services I have installed. and it is seems stupid to enter password every time if I'm restarting service under current user. actually, I need to enter password twice while I'm restarting some service. I might agree that it is a feature of some init.d scripts, but I thought that it might be fixed somehow on the su level in order to avoid changing source code of init.d scripts.
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revised Avoid asking password if `su -m user command` is used under `user`?
edited body
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asked Avoid asking password if `su -m user command` is used under `user`?
Aug
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accepted How to fix boot failure due to incorrect fstab?
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accepted Weblogic administration console way too slow
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accepted How to make unix service see environment variables?
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asked Hotplug area too small error