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bio website geraldkaszuba.com
location Australia
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A developer mostly spending time creating games and applications.

I've released a WiFi visualisation/mapping tool called WiFi Heat: http://wifiheat.com/

My Google Plus Profile is https://plus.google.com/106001808066334889083?rel=author which includes a list of my projects

My Twitter account is http://twitter.com/gakman

My technical blog is at http://geraldkaszuba.com/

My Game Development blog is http://slowchop.com/


Dec
31
comment Shell Command for Getting IP Address?
You can make that shorter by just running ip a.
Dec
19
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
1
comment Tunnel an ssh connection through an intermediate machine in a single command
You can also do this three times! ssh -t computer-b "ssh -t computer-c 'ssh computer-d'" :D
Mar
27
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
11
comment Showing a longer timespan in Munin
Thanks for the answer! I'm not using Munin anymore (the question was asked 2 years ago), so I'll assume you're correct :)
Mar
11
accepted Showing a longer timespan in Munin
Mar
4
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
6
comment Access a puppet class variable dynamically
@GerApeldoorn Yes, I am definitely worried about raptors (reference: xkcd.com/292). Thanks, I will check out hiera.
Jan
6
revised Access a puppet class variable dynamically
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Jan
6
comment Access a puppet class variable dynamically
@ShaneMadden Yes, basically. Throughout the code I would like to access the environment settings, i.e. the $dns variable, depending on what the node is declared as. What alternatives would you suggest?
Jan
6
answered Access a puppet class variable dynamically
Jan
6
revised Access a puppet class variable dynamically
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Jan
6
asked Access a puppet class variable dynamically
Jan
2
asked cURL error on OpenIndiana: “error: error setting certificate verify locations”
Jan
2
answered cURL error on OpenIndiana: “error: error setting certificate verify locations”
Dec
25
comment Adding lines to /etc/profile with puppet?
Make sure you have pluginsync enabled on the client, otherwise this seems to silently fail.
Dec
22
comment puppetlabs' file_line type not working
You can also use --pluginsync if you're messing on the command line.
Dec
7
revised Write access from a Windows client via a ZFS SMB, to a file created on the host in OpenIndiana
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Dec
7
accepted Write access from a Windows client via a ZFS SMB, to a file created on the host in OpenIndiana
Dec
7
answered Write access from a Windows client via a ZFS SMB, to a file created on the host in OpenIndiana