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location Cambridge, MA
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I'm an elected moderator on Science Fiction and Fantasy and moderator pro tempore on The Great Outdoors, and I'm also active on several other SE sites.

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I am an iOS Software Engineer at Fitbit, Inc.


Apr
24
comment I need more IP addresses. Can I change my mask from 192.168.x.0/24 to /16? Why not?
@BlueCompute Since you actually hit the max, just doubling your pool (/23) seems a bit low. I agree you probably don't need a /16, but as long as you're changing the mask anyway, might as well make it a /22 or even /20.
Aug
20
awarded  Informed
May
13
awarded  Caucus
Oct
21
awarded  Yearling
Oct
18
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Mar
5
answered Linux server out of space
Feb
27
comment Linux Program Source Management
Yep, that's basically it.
Jan
10
comment Equivalent linux command of “net start” command in windows
It depends somewhat on what distro you're using. Many use the scripts in /etc/rc.d, but Ubuntu encourages you to use service.
Jan
9
answered Centos Web Server Backup to home
Jan
8
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
24
comment How can I view the usernames of those SSHing into my network?
Then no, you can't find that out.
Nov
24
comment How can I view the usernames of those SSHing into my network?
Do you mean the username the ssh'd user is using on your computer? The name of the computer they're using? Or the username they're logged in as on the remote computer?
Nov
24
awarded  Organizer
Nov
24
revised What happens to InnoDB and MyISAM tables if the power fails during a transaction?
Better title, some grammatical fixes, added tag.
Nov
24
suggested suggested edit on What happens to InnoDB and MyISAM tables if the power fails during a transaction?
Nov
17
awarded  Commentator
Nov
17
comment Is there a sed equivalent to awk -F ':' '{print $2}'?
Any particular reason to use sed?
Nov
17
answered Is there a sed equivalent to awk -F ':' '{print $2}'?
Nov
16
answered How to secure svn+ssh checkout users?