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15 years C/C++ experience
10 years Perl
10 years Unix (GNU tools, shell scripting, etc)
10 years SQL (mainly T-SQL)
5 years C#/.NET
Also experienced with VMware automation, Perforce automation, and network/security tools (libpcap, tcpdump, IPS, iptables)
Some familiarity with Windows internals
Currently an Android developer


Feb
6
comment All statically assigned addresses, but dhcpcd still runs?
Switched to isc-dhcp-client and it seems to be working now.
Feb
6
comment All statically assigned addresses, but dhcpcd still runs?
So I was using the dhcpcd5 package. Looks like there are lots of alternatives: dhcpcd, udhcpc, isc-dhcp-client and pump are some of them.
Feb
5
comment All statically assigned addresses, but dhcpcd still runs?
So it's all interfaces or no interfaces? Is there a way to use an alternative dhcp client?
Feb
5
comment All statically assigned addresses, but dhcpcd still runs?
Unfortunately /etc/sysconfig does not exist on Debian. Or at least on my install.
Nov
20
comment Why is 'ping' unable to resolve a name when 'nslookup' works fine?
Can you post the output of nslookup -all? Is novc listed?
Nov
19
comment Why is 'ping' unable to resolve a name when 'nslookup' works fine?
Also try ipconfig /flushdns and then ping again.
Nov
19
comment Why is 'ping' unable to resolve a name when 'nslookup' works fine?
What is the output of nslookup -all?