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I'm currently a M.Sc. student in Computer Science at the Royal Istitute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.

Aug
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answered Mirroring partition table?
Aug
12
revised mod_rewrite and multiple RewriteBases?
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Aug
12
answered mod_rewrite and multiple RewriteBases?
Aug
12
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Jul
29
revised Is it possible to have multiple authz files for a single subversion repository?
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Jul
27
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Jul
19
comment Configure DD-WRT for multiple external IPs?
He is allowed by his ISP to allocate up to 4 IP addresses via DHCP (which is almost always the case in Sweden), the question is just if this is possible to do on the same machine (via virtual interfaces or something like that of course).
Jul
19
comment Configure DD-WRT for multiple external IPs?
He is allowed by his ISP to allocate up to 4 IP addresses via DHCP, the question is just if this is possible to do on the same machine (via virtual interfaces or something like that of course).
Jul
16
comment How to add a linux user with a random or invalid password from a script
You don't need to specify the home directory, shell or group name as they are all the default. Using just the command from my answer below (useradd --create-home <user>) you will achieve exactly the same results as your adduser-nopasswd script on most modern systems.
Jul
16
revised How to add a linux user with a random or invalid password from a script
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Jul
16
revised How to add a linux user with a random or invalid password from a script
Improved formatting.
Jul
16
answered How to add a linux user with a random or invalid password from a script
Jul
15
comment What is the difference of FreeBSD and Linux?
Although correct i general, there are two factual errors here. First, not only the BSD license allows redistribution for profit, the GPL (and many other F/OSS licenses). What the BSD license allows that the GPL does not is closed source redistribution. Also, to my knowledge (and I couldn't find anything on Wikipedia to say otherwise), the GPL does not require you to any send changes back to the original author.
Jul
13
comment what's a secure way to send passwords over the internet?
Asymmetric key encryption schemes like PGP/GPG are designed specifically so that you do NOT have to exchange your private keys. You exchange you public keys, which are called public because they should be just that, public. There is no need to hide your public keys, only your private ones.
Jul
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Jul
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answered How do I get around restrictive email policies by ISP?
Jun
29
answered Correctly configuring soundcard in Linux
Jun
17
answered Restricting access on wireless vlan
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