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There are 10 types of people: those who understand binary, and those who don't.

I go by the nick ciupicri in other places.

My CV is available on the Careers SE.

I also help newbies on the #coding-n00bs channel on freenode. Feel free to reach me over there if you can't or don't want to use the Stack Exchange chat.


Nov
30
comment Is it possible to create a VM from an existing OS?
"Virt-p2v converts a physical machine to run virtualized on KVM, managed by libvirt, OpenStack, oVirt, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation (RHEV), or one of the other targets supported by virt-v2v(1)".
Nov
23
comment
I've just read it and it's not bad.
Nov
23
comment intel 2620 and 2609 on debian cpuinfo
Forgot to say that Super User or Unix & Linux SE might have been good places for this.
Nov
23
comment intel 2620 and 2609 on debian cpuinfo
I've closed the question not because it's bad, but because I found it too simple for a professional system administrator as proven by the accepted answer.
Nov
23
comment
That's good, but this role is for moderating, not answering.
Nov
23
comment intel 2620 and 2609 on debian cpuinfo
I suggest using lstopo from the hwloc project next time, in order to get a better picture of what's going on. See for example slide 8 from the "Understanding and managing hardware affinities on hierarchical platforms With Hardware Locality (hwloc)" (PDF) tutorial.
Nov
23
comment
You have barely moderated with only 2 flags, so how have you lead by example until now?
Nov
5
comment flex plugin on eclipse
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about installing programming tools. Stack Overflow is more appropriate.
Oct
10
comment How does “yum info” work?
The RPM database is stored under /var/lib/rpm in the form of Berkeley DB files and primary.xml is sometimes replaced with xxxx...x-primary.sqlite.bz2.
Oct
10
comment How does “yum info” work?
yum source code
Oct
9
comment Apache “No such file or directory” doesn't give me a file name
You need to provide more details about how Apache is configured.
Oct
9
comment rm on a directory with millions of files
@Bane, there's already an answer mentioning it, but if you think it's not enough feel free to expand it or write your own.
Oct
8
comment How do you remotely administer your Linux boxes?
Or even better, use FUSE sshfs.
Oct
6
comment Compare files/folders across servers
If the servers are not connected how are you going to compare those listings?
Oct
6
comment Linux desktop as a MySQL server?
Is this for production or development purposes?
Sep
18
comment Free software to monitor serial port communication
This should be moved to the Software Recommendations Stack Exchange.
Aug
14
comment Apache mod_proxy with SSL not redirecting
Please mark this answer as accepted if it solved the issue.
Aug
8
comment Trying to determine the correct number of XFS allocation groups for postgresql server on Linux
From the XFS FAQ: I want to tune my XFS filesystems for something: "The standard answer you will get to this question is this: use the defaults".
Aug
8
comment Boot to CD image over network
You haven't mentioned the operating system that you're using.
Aug
6
comment Enable Passwordless Sudo with Arguments
@wallerjake, I've changed the redhat tag with rhel6, as redhat is way too generic. If you're using a different version, please update the tags accordingly.