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Computer analyst


Dec
17
awarded  Commentator
Dec
17
comment What's the story behind Super Cow Powers?
@derobert could be a comment on the question, there I wrote about emailing him :)
Dec
17
comment What's the story behind Super Cow Powers?
@derobert : huahuahua. I found him (offline, not sure) on the same day I wrote that comment. So I left hima question about the supercow powers, but didn't got any answer from him. Seems he answered it in that post! And it's on the same day... :) :) Thanks a lot, Jason Gunthorpe!
Sep
25
comment What's the story behind Super Cow Powers?
@derobert I sent an e-mail to Jason Gunthorpe about it, don't now if he'll bother giving some light about the cows :)
Sep
25
comment What's the story behind Super Cow Powers?
Jason Gunthorpe has the "super cow powers" even in his google plus: plus.google.com/113373031907493914258/about
Jul
24
revised Where are passwords stored and how are they encrypted in OS X?
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Jul
24
answered Where are passwords stored and how are they encrypted in OS X?
Jul
15
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
18
comment Is there a faster alternative to cp for copying large files (~20 GB)?
Do you compy the same files many times, or files taht have been updated ? For example, computer A updates some files, then copy it again to the second computer? If so, I've edited my answer.
Jun
18
revised Is there a faster alternative to cp for copying large files (~20 GB)?
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Jun
18
answered Is there a faster alternative to cp for copying large files (~20 GB)?
May
13
awarded  Yearling
May
13
answered What doesn't need defragmentation? Linux or the ext2 ext3 FS?
Mar
1
awarded  Informed
Oct
17
comment How to run a command without hitting Enter Key?
+1 :) this is a funny accident
Oct
11
revised How can I automate the process of copying files from one folder to another in Centos
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Oct
10
comment How can I automate the process of copying files from one folder to another in Centos
perhaps you don't need to copy those files....
Oct
10
answered How can I automate the process of copying files from one folder to another in Centos
Aug
2
comment What prevents a machine from responding to pings?
sorry, missed the "stop". Doing some research, I found that there's a /proc/sys/net/ipv4/icmp_echo_ignore_all that should be set to 0. So, "cat /proc....", and if it gives you 1, do a "echo 0 > /proc...."
Aug
2
comment What prevents a machine from responding to pings?
pings aren't done on a specific port, they are done using ICMP packets. To reply to a ping, your firewall must allow it. Maybe something like "-p icmp --icmp-type echo-request -j ACCEPT"