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Software/web developer with enthusiasm for technology and insight in the Open Source world. Driven to create the best out of technology, solving things in a proper way, and creating products which prove to be a real benefit for the customer.

Feb
7
answered `/srv/stevedore/` vs `/var/stevedore/` for data files for new application?
Dec
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
14
comment What are the pros/cons of deb vs. rpm?
@Tshepang: fixed
Dec
14
revised What are the pros/cons of deb vs. rpm?
typoo fix
Nov
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
23
revised Do we have an undo in Linux?
avoid aliasing the default commands; deleted 7 characters in body
Aug
23
comment Do we have an undo in Linux?
@mahmoudsakr You're completely right, I missed that point. I don't have these commands aliased either. Aliasing them as a different command seems like the most sane option!
Aug
22
answered Do we have an undo in Linux?
Aug
20
answered How does a unix or linux system work?
Aug
20
awarded  Teacher
Aug
19
answered What distributions have rolling releases?
Aug
19
revised How can I tweak the kernel for total swap out?
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Aug
19
revised How can I tweak the kernel for total swap out?
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Aug
19
answered How can I tweak the kernel for total swap out?
Aug
19
revised What does it mean when code is executed in [kernel|user] mode?
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Aug
19
answered What does it mean when code is executed in [kernel|user] mode?
Aug
19
awarded  Editor
Aug
19
revised What are the pros/cons of deb vs. rpm?
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Aug
19
answered What are the pros/cons of deb vs. rpm?
Aug
19
comment How can I (and should I) use my Linux file server as a Time Machine backup server for my Macs?
+1 for this. My home NAS (the QNAP 239) has built-in support for TimeMachine based on the same solution! It works really sweet, and MacOS detected the timemachine drive without any problems.