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bio website paulgreg.me
location France
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visits member for 5 years, 5 months
seen Aug 19 at 7:13

Love :

  • programming in JavaScript, Java, Python (GitHub, Google Code, SourceForge),
  • GNU/linux and Open Source,
  • IT security,
  • hacking hardware (Arduino, Raspberry, Thinkpad series, building NAS and gaming PCs, Nokia n800/n900, Kurobox, iLiad iRex).

May
1
accepted Do I need to defrag unix filesystems?
Apr
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
30
asked How many and which partitions should I create for a linux server?
Apr
30
answered Linux distributions recommendations for servers
Apr
30
comment Is it bad to defrag a minimally fragmented drive?
Also, be sure to not defragment memory based drive, like usb stick, flashcard or SSD, because it's reducing product's life ! Here's why : ask-leo.com/should_i_defragment_my_usb_flash_drive.html
Apr
30
asked How do you choose a server Operating System?
Apr
30
answered What is a good open source issue tracking system for non-developers?
Apr
30
answered What do you recommend for a Netbook?
Apr
30
asked What tools should you absolutely know as a Windows/Linux Sysadmin?
Apr
30
awarded  Student
Apr
30
asked Do I need to defrag unix filesystems?
Apr
30
answered What is your list of programs to install to Windows after a fresh install?
Apr
30
answered The perfect server room?
Apr
30
comment What is the best way to gain access when the password is unknown?
The cool thing about ophcrack is that it's based on Rainbow Tables (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_table), which are terrific ! Here's a good article by Jeff Attwood : codinghorror.com/blog/archives/000949.html
Apr
30
answered Is the F.U.D. about ext4 justified? Or would it be safe to use in some production systems?
Apr
30
answered Good tools that fit on a thumb drive
Apr
30
answered How can I convince my IT manager to upgrade the enterprise from IE6 to a newer browser?
Apr
30
answered What tool do you use to monitor your servers?
Apr
30
awarded  Teacher
Apr
30
awarded  Supporter