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bio website simbiosi.org
location Lausanne, Switzerland
age 38
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen Jul 25 '13 at 22:16

I'm an Italian vagabond now established in Switzerland since 2006, I'm a knowledge devourer a proud father, an happy husband, a funny and honest friend.

In my (never) free time, I love DMing some RPGs, cooking, playing guitar, studying computer science, doing sport and never sleeping.

I'm a *GNU/*Linux PC.

I am/was working as

  • Senior System Architect of multi-tier WEB based application on Unix/Linux architectures.
  • Unix specialist with strong knowledge in Open Source solutions.
  • System Integrator and Application Solution Analyst.
  • Unix and Network administrator.
  • Java and Unix System Performance Analyst.

My tech specialties

System Administration: Unix (Solaris,HP-UX,AIX), GNU/Linux, Windows NT, 2000, Dos. Network Administration: Alteon, DNS, Sendmail, Postfix, Radeon, Routers Cisco, Switches, Nokia Firewalls, IP tables. Programming: Shell Scripting (bash, ksh), PHP, AWK, sed, perl, ant, maven, GNU Make, LaTEX, XHTML, HTML. Application Administrator: Weblogic Server, OneToOne Portal, BEA Tuxedo, Vitria BW 4.2, JBoss, Jakarta Tomcat, Apache WebServer. DB Administration: MySQL, mSQL, PostgreSQL.


Feb
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awarded  Caucus
Oct
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comment no login screen after change from lightdm to xdm
Good point Judy... I had the same issue and I solved reinstalling gdm
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
5
comment How can I force fish to save new key bindings persistently after closing a terminal window?
I've a couple of doubts... 1. Use readline to be sure you are correctly mapping the Alt-keys combinations. 2. Maybe fish is not reading the fish.config, so try to edit the system ones /etc/fish/config.fish and /usr/share/fish/config.fish . Look for strange conf parameters and add your function if needed.
Jan
5
answered Hard disk failure error on SMART status. how can i fix it?
Jan
5
revised How can I force fish to save new key bindings persistently after closing a terminal window?
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Jan
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answered How can I force fish to save new key bindings persistently after closing a terminal window?
Jan
4
comment Add binding to fish that not auto executes the string?
You can add the bindings in the initialization files, like the ~/.config/fish/config.fish (maybe you don0t have one and you are using the default)
Jan
4
revised Add binding to fish that not auto executes the string?
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Jan
4
comment Add binding to fish that not auto executes the string?
Good! Congratulations. I'll update immediately.
Jan
4
comment Add binding to fish that not auto executes the string?
I think you are right. Let's see if anybody else as a solution, otherwise the best is to ask to the guy who developed fish (and then come back here with an answer).
Jan
4
comment Add binding to fish that not auto executes the string?
updated with (I hope) the solution
Jan
4
revised Add binding to fish that not auto executes the string?
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Jan
4
revised Add binding to fish that not auto executes the string?
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Jan
4
comment How do you assign commands to keys in Terminal?
I've noticed that as well, I think they moved to fishshell.com
Jan
4
answered Add binding to fish that not auto executes the string?
Jan
4
comment How do you assign commands to keys in Terminal?
This is already a built-in function I think fishshell.com/user_doc/index.html#editor suing the Alt-p shortcut
Jan
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revised How do you assign commands to keys in Terminal?
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comment How do you assign commands to keys in Terminal?
bind -p and bind -P will show you all the bindings. I made a mistake with the star... I'm updating the answer