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On daily basis I deploy, maintain and support one of the largest CDNs in the world. I enjoy working on projects involving automation, monitoring, analysing and tweaking *nix system performance, troubleshooting networks, tinkering with virtualisation, etc.


Apr
22
revised manually do a `make install`
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Apr
22
comment manually do a `make install`
I'd probably find the 'install' target of that Makefile or if you can't/don't want to do it, but wanted to do it cleanly, I'd recommend packaging it into a deb.
Apr
22
answered manually do a `make install`
Apr
16
revised How to list all configuration files for an already installed package?
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Apr
16
comment How to list all configuration files for an already installed package?
Not necessarily - it might be that there are indeed configuration files used by the package but the packager did not designate any files as part of the packaged application's configuration files.
Apr
15
answered Is it possible to prevent the root user from deleting the kernel?
Apr
15
answered How to list all configuration files for an already installed package?
Apr
14
comment How should I set up a FQDN and Intranet Sandbox 12.10 Server that won't be public
No worries - I've updated my answer. Just make up some domain name instead of example.com or even keep it as it is. I've never used virtualmin but I don't think it would care what your FQDN is.
Apr
14
revised How should I set up a FQDN and Intranet Sandbox 12.10 Server that won't be public
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Apr
14
answered How should I set up a FQDN and Intranet Sandbox 12.10 Server that won't be public
Apr
14
answered “mountall: event failed” on startup
Apr
14
comment “mountall: event failed” on startup
Please paste the output of the following 2 commands: sudo blkid; cat /etc/fstab
Feb
12
awarded  Revival
Feb
6
awarded  Caucus
Jan
29
comment Google Drive / Owncloud Alternative for Ubuntu
One issue I can see is not willing to keep your personal documents on a third-party provided service.
Jan
25
answered Using chsh to switch to a csh shell from bash,
Jan
20
comment Change swap size after upgrade
You can but you don't need to. You don't even need to reboot your machine to do this.
Jan
20
revised Change swap size after upgrade
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Jan
20
answered Change swap size after upgrade
Jan
17
answered Postfix working with home network but not with USB 3G dongle