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Systems Administrator, Consultant, Programmer, Linux geek, Computer geek, Networking geek.

I work for Net Direct, Canada's leading Linux solutions provider and largest Canadian IBM System x VAR.

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Sep
30
revised using grain data in a custom salt stack grain
added 248 characters in body
Sep
30
comment using grain data in a custom salt stack grain
top.sls and other top-level sls files are actually a different format than everything else.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
revised Blacklisting MAC addresses, but they still take a DHCP lease
added 54 characters in body
Sep
29
answered Blacklisting MAC addresses, but they still take a DHCP lease
Sep
29
answered using grain data in a custom salt stack grain
Sep
24
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
11
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
27
comment Putting My RSA Public Key on RSA Key-Secured Server
Between this and "Now the problem is when I try to cat the public key file into the .ssh/authorized_keys file, nothing happens--it reads out the SSH key, but the authorized_keys file remains blank", maybe you shouldn't have access to this server.
Aug
27
comment Putting My RSA Public Key on RSA Key-Secured Server
See: ssh-import-id on Ubuntu.
Aug
27
comment Increase space of ZFS pool over iSCSI SAN, online
Worked for me on 0.6.3-2~precise (expanded LV, set autoexpand, online -e)
Aug
27
comment How to get the list of SSH tunnels connected with the username used?
ss -plt gets you part of the way there.
Aug
27
answered HP 2510G Loop Protect doesn't work
Aug
22
comment Single ipv6 from /64 subnet
It's still probably a valid address. Why do you think it's bad? For example, try pinging 2001:470:1d:165:dead:beef::. It's a perfectly valid address in the 2001:470:1d:165::/64 subnet. I think you're making the invalid assumption that the last group of the IPv6 address has to be non-zero, duplicating a similar assumption people make about IPv4.
Aug
19
reviewed Reject Single ipv6 from /64 subnet
Aug
19
answered Single ipv6 from /64 subnet
Jul
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
15
comment Array free space requirement
When you fill your fridge/freezer with food, do you leave a bit of space empty to allow you to rearrange things to get at the back? Or pack everything in 100%?
Jul
14
comment Uninstall legacy versions of Office when deploying Office 365 Pro Plus
Can you create a package that runs the uninstallation and create a prerequisite package on which the Office365 package depends?
Jul
14
comment Uninstall legacy versions of Office when deploying Office 365 Pro Plus
Using support.microsoft.com/kb/2739501 as a billy club might help…