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Systems Administrator, Consultant, Programmer, Linux geek, Computer geek, Networking geek.

I work for Net Direct, Canada's leading Linux solutions provider and largest Canadian IBM System x VAR.

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Sep
7
comment Custom system restore DVD?
@WesleyDavid: Huh? Linux? Neither of us were talking about Linux.
Sep
7
answered Characters repeat when starting SSH in PuTTY
Sep
7
comment Custom system restore DVD?
Clearly it's AIX - he wants to clone an LPAR (partition) and then do a system restore.
Sep
7
answered Custom system restore DVD?
Aug
11
comment Does an SSD help to speed up a Pentium D PC?
What Daniel said. Plus, instead of guessing, use the performance monitors to figure it out.
Aug
6
answered Does an SSD help to speed up a Pentium D PC?
Aug
3
comment Is the XP VMM a bottleneck on a multi core machine?
Does the chipset on this machine happen to be an Intel 5500?
Jul
30
awarded  Yearling
Jul
4
comment I don't want my DHCP to be a default gateway
What's the device? Can you reconfig dhcp on it? Or is this enough?
Jul
4
answered I don't want my DHCP to be a default gateway
Feb
8
answered Transfer data from a laptop with broken video card
Jan
25
comment Prevent poweroff on Debian when the physical power button is pressed
(I know this is meta, but to the people voting for close - this is a great example of a question that can be rewritten to be more generic and applicable to anyone running a Linux server.)
Jan
25
answered Prevent poweroff on Debian when the physical power button is pressed
Jan
25
comment Prevent poweroff on Debian when the physical power button is pressed
Upgrade your girlfriend to a geek model. Seriously, just talk to her ;)
Jul
30
awarded  Yearling
Jun
17
comment Ubuntu 9.10 Only Sees 244 MB RAM, while BIOS and Windows Sees 1.5 GB
Ah... this would fall into the category of 'Fix your BIOS' :)
Jun
15
comment Ubuntu 9.10 Only Sees 244 MB RAM, while BIOS and Windows Sees 1.5 GB
The mem=???? parameter is one time only if you add it at the boot prompt. To make it permanent, add it to grub.conf or lilo.conf
Jun
15
answered Ubuntu 9.10 Only Sees 244 MB RAM, while BIOS and Windows Sees 1.5 GB
May
18
comment How can I free up disk space in my Ubuntu Hardy Heron install?
xdiskusage is the visualization tool for this.
Feb
24
answered IPv4 to IPv6 wireless LAN router