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I love to program, tinker with things and generally a curious person. My career started with developing DOS TSRs in x86 Assembler. My daily work includes programming in Delphi (Windows), Ruby on Rails (Linux) and Java (Android).

My company Hagel Technologies makes network bandwidth monitor DU Meter and other software. I sometimes write in my blog.


Nov
8
comment Partition is missing in /dev
I added the relevant part of dmesg...
Nov
8
revised Partition is missing in /dev
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Nov
8
comment Partition is missing in /dev
/dev/sdc is not part of any RAID (just ext3 on top of /dev/sdc1), partitions are visible with fdisk. /dev/sda and sdb are part of mdadm raid (+lvm on top), and they are fine (everything is detected/mounted ok).
Nov
8
asked Partition is missing in /dev
Nov
8
comment How can I give meaningful names to arbitrary ip + port pairs in Windows 7?
So you need to add these entries to whatever tries to resolve them. If it's a linux machine, add them to /etc/services.
Nov
8
answered How can I give meaningful names to arbitrary ip + port pairs in Windows 7?
Nov
8
revised What is starting date for real time clock?
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Nov
8
answered What is starting date for real time clock?
Nov
6
comment Salvage SVN repository from dead Windows Server 2003
@sleske: A newer version of Subversion should be fine... Older formats are always supported.
Nov
5
answered Netbeans destroys hardlinks on save
Nov
2
answered Setting up mirrored RAID on the active disk under Windows 7
Oct
29
comment What's a good way to install “build essentials” (all common useful commands) on a blank EC2 Linux server?
Depends on your distro, and what you're going to build.
Oct
29
awarded  Enthusiast
Oct
28
answered How to stop kernel messages from flooding my console?
Oct
28
accepted How to stop kernel messages from flooding my console?
Oct
28
comment How to stop kernel messages from flooding my console?
@KeithThompson: the messages are coming through the kernel logging mechanism. Shorewall is just one producer of these messages (via iptables kernel modules), the most annoying one, but all kernel-generated messages are shown there.
Oct
27
revised How to stop kernel messages from flooding my console?
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Oct
27
asked How to stop kernel messages from flooding my console?
Oct
26
asked How to investigate I/O load on Linux?
Oct
26
answered Missing “eject” option on USB drives on Windows 7?