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I'm passionate about coding and researching the history of technology as well as exploring where technology is leading. I used to work in flight simulation doing both hardware implementation (electrical design, wiring), web development (design, development, webmaster), as well as software development (desktop development in C#). I'm a big fan of both using and contributing to Open source projects. I am the creator of the pypreprocessor library that can be found on PYPI as well as Google code.

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comment How can I chroot sftp-only SSH users into their homes?
@kim3er did you set your user's group to sftponly? If you don't, the ssh server won't match and chroot it. Try "usermod sftponly $USER". Also, /bin/false just removes SSH access. If you want a chrooted user to have ssh access there are more steps you'll need to take.
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comment VB.NET programming in Ubuntu
@NoBugs Mono can handle Winforms GUIs? I always thought they would stick to just GTK#. I guess it's time to update this answer.
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answered How to see all computers connected to a network
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comment How to see all computers connected to a network
+1 That's a pretty spiffy little IP address scanner.
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comment What's your recommendation on drive partitioning schemes for a desktop and home server?
@MestreLion Yes and No. I have an additional /Home partition because I don't usually like to carry over all of the excess application settings when I wipe the OS. What I do is, create a NTFS partition for all of my Home folders (docs, public, etc) and symlink them into the actual /home folder which exists on an ext3 fs. It's the most convenient and transparent way I've found yet to use a NTFS partition as /home, you just need to set the permissions correctly in fstab to allow all permissions for the NRFS drive or you'll eventually have some issues.
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comment Where are GNOME keyboard shortcuts stored?
@fred.bear I'm pretty sure they're all stored in gconf but I'm finding that new keybindings are added to gnome-keybinding-properties when you change from the defaults in the control panel. The current script will do the default shortcuts found in the GUI but it won't be able to support all shortcuts without tighter integration into the GUI. There's currently already a blueprint open for this so I'm trying to get in touch with the other developer who proposed this to work out the details on launchpad. For now... this works.
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