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bio website ricardoamaral.net
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Hello there!

My name is Ricardo Amaral and I am an independent developer pursuing my own personal projects around web and software development and more recently Android development, with over 12 years of personal and professional experience. I also enjoy working as a freelancer every now and then whenever time, motivation and opportunity presents itself.

I’m currently a student at University of Minho enrolled in the last year of my undergraduate degree in Informatics Engineering (BSc). I consider myself a reliable and dependable software engineer continuously striving for high quality software, regardless of my workplace or the task at hand.

You are welcome to visit my homepage where you'll find additional details about myself and my public projects.


Jun
10
comment Is it possible to simplify my website DNS records?
Yes, you're right. Dumb question I did there...
Jun
10
comment Is it possible to simplify my website DNS records?
So in 1), I might as well remove the other A records and just leave the * one? As for 2), I don't know if I can modify the default server page. But one question, if I removed the * record and manually added the needed A records, a non existent domain, will now give a 404, right?
Jun
10
asked Is it possible to simplify my website DNS records?
May
8
comment How to forward UDP Wake-on-Lan port to broadcast IP with IPTABLES?
When I do that iptables command and then try to list all rules with `iptables --list", that doesn't appear.
Nov
10
comment How to forward UDP Wake-on-Lan port to broadcast IP with IPTABLES?
Thanks anyway for your help :)
Nov
10
comment How to forward UDP Wake-on-Lan port to broadcast IP with IPTABLES?
Doesn't work... :( Don't know what else to do.
Nov
9
comment How to forward UDP Wake-on-Lan port to broadcast IP with IPTABLES?
With the -I switch like I said before? How can I see if it's working (without tying WoL itself cause that's tricky)?
Nov
9
comment How to forward UDP Wake-on-Lan port to broadcast IP with IPTABLES?
I have a bunch of rules already for various different services but the --list argument does not reveal anything close to any of those rules. This is what the command shows: pastebin.com/cpgbM69B
Nov
8
awarded  Commentator
Nov
8
comment How to forward UDP Wake-on-Lan port to broadcast IP with IPTABLES?
There's a bunch of them, how do I know which one should I use? I saw in the documentation that -A is for append, what if I used -I to insert a rule for IN_FILTER? Not the same?
Nov
6
comment How to forward UDP Wake-on-Lan port to broadcast IP with IPTABLES?
Shouldn't the port be specified too?
Nov
6
asked How to forward UDP Wake-on-Lan port to broadcast IP with IPTABLES?
Nov
1
accepted Difference between <Location> and <Directory> Apache directives
Nov
1
comment Difference between <Location> and <Directory> Apache directives
I'm still confused... Why did Zend used both then? Can I keep my changes or is something wrong with that?
Nov
1
asked Difference between <Location> and <Directory> Apache directives
Oct
8
accepted How to access Apache virtual-host in VMware guest through NAT?
Oct
8
comment How to access Apache virtual-host in VMware guest through NAT?
OMG! I was testing it wrong... I was actually looking at the right page, it was working all the time (well, almost). I just thought I was supposed to see something else. I had to change localhost:80 to *:80 anyway.
Oct
8
comment How to access Apache virtual-host in VMware guest through NAT?
I don't have curl on the guest machines... They basically have Windows and browser installed (most of the browser actually) and nothing else.
Oct
8
comment How to access Apache virtual-host in VMware guest through NAT?
Since I added an entry to the guest's hosts file, it resolves to that address; the host's IP.
Oct
8
asked How to access Apache virtual-host in VMware guest through NAT?