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location Chicago, IL
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visits member for 4 years, 8 months
seen Oct 18 at 17:38

Over the last 20 years I have been employed as a developer, network admin, technical editor, and director. For more detail on my professional history, be sure to check out my résumé.

My interest in computer technology began at the age of eight. My dad brought home a Commodore VIC-20. Since then I have been immersed in software and hardware hacking. G+ is a great place to get to know me a little better.


Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Feb
24
awarded  Yearling
Jan
5
answered How to add multiple IPv4 Subnets to a VLAN using Allied Telesyn at9924 Switch?
Jul
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
24
awarded  Yearling
Jan
11
comment Is there an easy command line tool for packet sniffing a single command on linux?
This should be the correct answer now.
Jan
3
answered Is there a network digram tool that can export to html with links to the services / hosts ?
Jan
3
comment Setting up Ubuntu server for webhosting?
Are you asking how to setup and configure a nameserver? Too many questions, try boiling it down to just one.
Dec
7
comment Apache Virtual Hosts behind Cisco Router
Either one of the domains work outsite (crm or alfresco)?
Dec
3
suggested suggested edit on path separator in php
Nov
29
comment Intermittent sudo failure - SuSE 10
@SueSpence since you're only using files in nsswitch.conf, I would definitely disable the nscd service. The problem will magically disappear. nscd sucks
Nov
28
comment Why is my ethernet interface in promiscuous mode
@nhed see tcpdump.org/faq.html#q7 "the form of promiscuous mode that libpcap (the library that programs such as tcpdump use to do packet capture) turns on will not necessarily be shown if you run ifconfig on the interface on a UNIX system;"
Nov
28
comment Why is my ethernet interface in promiscuous mode
@nhed definitely and makes no sense.
Nov
28
answered Why is my ethernet interface in promiscuous mode
Nov
28
comment Intermittent sudo failure - SuSE 10
Work-around, use the UID in sudoers: i.e. #NNN ALL=(ALL:ALL) NOPASSWD ALL. Sudo 1.8+ should be easier to debug (write a plugin).
Oct
10
comment Using ErrorDocument Directive with <directory>
For anyone reading this later. <IfModule... does not "fix" the overall problem.
Sep
27
answered Using ErrorDocument Directive with <directory>
Sep
14
comment What is the procedure to replace a failing hard drive in a RAID array?
@slayton If it's not bootable, then you can (and should) skip the step entirely.
Sep
14
revised What is the procedure to replace a failing hard drive in a RAID array?
added 4 characters in body
Sep
14
answered What is the procedure to replace a failing hard drive in a RAID array?