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bio website convalesco.org
location Brno, Czech Republic
age 32
visits member for 2 years, 7 months
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I'm Greek-Italian, living currently in Czech Republic, Studying Pharmacy. I enjoy technology, programming (Ruby), blogging, snowboarding, basketball and reading.


May
11
comment Run fetchmail at login under MacOSX
Didn't need to, solved it using a different approach. Fetchmail comes with a 'global plist' on macports. I just pass the mail to maildrop configuring globally using /opt/port/etc/fetchmailrc and then maildrop the $HOME/.mailfilter for each user. Works great.
May
10
asked Run fetchmail at login under MacOSX
Mar
18
accepted RDP over OpenVPN in Windows 8
Mar
15
awarded  Commentator
Mar
15
comment RDP over OpenVPN in Windows 8
Can't find gpedit.msc which means that I have Windows 8.1 an alternate edition. I think I'll go with Teamviewer. I'll probably pay for a license. Thanks.
Mar
15
asked RDP over OpenVPN in Windows 8
Mar
14
awarded  Supporter
Oct
12
awarded  Teacher
Oct
12
accepted cpan in freebsd 9.0
Oct
12
answered cpan in freebsd 9.0
Oct
12
comment cpan in freebsd 9.0
Yes. I manage to solve this issue by using 'portmanager' to re-install perl!
Oct
5
awarded  Editor
Oct
5
comment cpan in freebsd 9.0
I added the output.
Oct
5
revised cpan in freebsd 9.0
added 1885 characters in body
Oct
3
asked cpan in freebsd 9.0
Sep
11
comment FreeBSD's shell (bash) performance issue on eBox 3350mx (vortex86mx SoC)
Nice, the problem now is mostly solved. It had something to do with internet connectivity, not sure why bash so affected so much. Didn't use varfs yet but I'll give it try. thanks for your time and hints
Sep
10
accepted FreeBSD's shell (bash) performance issue on eBox 3350mx (vortex86mx SoC)
Sep
10
comment FreeBSD's shell (bash) performance issue on eBox 3350mx (vortex86mx SoC)
du -sch /var/db/portsnap/ -> 132 MB ... that's why. Are you on FreeBSD? I could change portstnap's db directory, but thing is that now everything works fine :-)
Sep
10
comment FreeBSD's shell (bash) performance issue on eBox 3350mx (vortex86mx SoC)
Oddly my /var directory is 181 MB currently. I should check what's in, you think 64m are enough? Is it safe to set 'noatime' to var mount options?
Sep
10
comment FreeBSD's shell (bash) performance issue on eBox 3350mx (vortex86mx SoC)
So if the problem is the controller, then there's no hope and this device is probably not the right one to perform operation on it. You just set-it-and-leave-it...