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A embedded Linux developer, mostly working with Qt. Love to explore development processes (git workflows, automatic test etc..) to try and make development as fun as possible. :)


Dec
11
accepted Does a successful ssh, and a failed sshfs must imply a local error?
Dec
9
asked Does a successful ssh, and a failed sshfs must imply a local error?
Feb
20
awarded  Teacher
Dec
29
accepted Using pam just for authorisation, without authentification
Nov
28
accepted Setting up a KVM virtual network with DHCP on host
Sep
24
awarded  Supporter
Sep
24
accepted Can IP addresses be considered different if are the same but have different subnet masks?
Sep
24
asked Can IP addresses be considered different if are the same but have different subnet masks?
Sep
24
comment Setting up a KVM virtual network with DHCP on host
Thank you for your answer. Becouse of limited disc space (everythin is on a 4GB live USB) i can only have two virtual clients, so DHCP has to be set on the host.
Sep
24
awarded  Scholar
Sep
24
asked Setting up a KVM virtual network with DHCP on host
Sep
24
accepted Dediced server for all network functions?
Sep
23
comment Dediced server for all network functions?
First, thank you for the answer. Secondly, no unfortunately, there isn't anybody else to do it. The situation is that we will have a little introduction to networking and Linux to the professors of a few local schools who are in charge for their solely Microsoft networks. Through that we shall discuss abut the solution which could be applied in their environments, what would be the costs, and what knowledge is needed. The motivation for the workshop is to try to open their eyes on benefits of open source in education.
Sep
23
comment Dediced server for all network functions?
@gravyface I'll advise them to block facebook, twitter, youtube, local yellow pages and torrents for the Labs. (maybe even for professors ;) ) Plus will try to limit the loads on the router settings.
Sep
23
comment Dediced server for all network functions?
@bortzmeyer I see your point, i'll skip the authentication then and go for DHCP marked to a MAC adress. I suppose its enough to expect the professors to be the only ones who will be able to access their computers (since login will be required).
Sep
23
comment Dediced server for all network functions?
They have a very low budget, and might be interested on migrating a part of their infrastructure to Linux. I was thinking of advising them to sacrifice one the strongest lab computer for a server and upgrade it with a UPS, additional NIC-s, and a better case and use the switches they already have to connect domains with the server.
Sep
23
awarded  Editor
Sep
23
revised Dediced server for all network functions?
Subject better explains
Sep
23
asked Dediced server for all network functions?
Aug
1
awarded  Tumbleweed