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Currently employed as Software Build Engineer and very much proficient in subversion and lately git. Had some sysadmin experience (4 years+) and codes mostly in shell(bash) but is now also proficient in Perl(I still need to Google some solutions but I could now think in Perl). I could read a python code but don't rely on me to troubleshoot it(I'll learn about it later).

Experience with open source systems is in installation and usage...most familiar with CentOS and Ubuntu, Apache, PHP and has a bit of knowledge in Qmail and MySQL. Virtualization experience is mostly in VMWare (the free version), Oracle VirtualBox and Parallels.

I don't hate Microsoft Windows but I just like a Unix-like system (and I run cygwin now by the way) so I'm kinda at home with the CLI regardless of OS.

Been experimenting with golang lately and loving it :)


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comment installing libssl-dev in fedora7
Thanks for the clarification :)
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comment create an append log for a detached screen session
Just to improve this answer, what I noticed is that the log file will be named screenlog.N where N represents the screen session. If you only have one screen session, it will be named screenlog.0 and it is placed in $HOME
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comment monitoring dual boot machines in nagios
Thanks. I'll forward this to our IT Staff. This would surely help :)
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comment Secure way to mount a password protected cifs share in mac
@SvenW I thought it works. Tried even putting it on ~/Library/Preferences/nsmb.conf and it was still asking for a password. Sorry, I got confused earlier as I had other shares from the same server with the same authentication :(
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comment Secure way to mount a password protected cifs share in mac
thanks for your suggestion. I would consider that when we do use afp later. For now, having the username and password simplifies things for me.
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comment Secure way to mount a password protected cifs share in mac
@SvenW, I tried your approach and but instead used /etc/nsmb.conf since it is the global config file. It worked great! Thanks. +1 for you :)
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comment How do I pass credential file to mount.cifs?
the '-o' was the one I forgot. Thanks for pointing out. I tried it and it now works. Thank you so much :)
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