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I'm just someone who likes to help. If you're a fan of Flame Warriors, I'm Eagle Scout(coincidentally, I also hit Eagle in Boy Scouts. I know about Linux, but right now I'm kind of Red Hat-centric. I'm available for work in the Omaha, NE area. My profile at Server Fault has a good deal of what I know; again, I like to help people, and will offer what knowledge I have. What was freely given to me, I shall freely give. No matter how much you give away, you still have the same amount of knowledge.

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answered Windows Server 2003 randomly hangs during it's weekly reboot
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comment Can I make different tabs of (gnome) Terminal have different profiles?
No, the right thing to do would be to answer it yourself(as if you were another user), then accept that as an answer by clicking on the outline of a checkmark next to the answer.
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revised How can I customize the OS login/password prompt in Linux?
formatting, grammar, punctuation
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comment How can I customize the OS login/password prompt in Linux?
What distro(version) of Linux are you using?
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revised What is a MAC layer broadcast?
TCP/IP isn't in one OSI layer.
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comment Why is my RAM is not fully used in Windows?
You want to make sure that your processor is a 64-bit processor; if it isn't then having a 64-bit OS will do you no good.
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answered rdiff-backup over existing backup
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comment How can I do Ctrl-Z and bg in one keypress to make process continue in background?
I will note that this requires zsh; it is not supported in bash. (out of the box, anyway)