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Titled as a Network Engineer, but my minor is in Software Engineering. I've used a myriad of computing platforms to include Linux, UNIX, Mac, PC, Commodore, Amiga, and 286/386/486s. My choice of everyday machines is Mac because it offers a good balance between UNIX power and Windows usability. I am NOT an Apple fanboy. Bottom line, I use Adobe software and refuse to run a Windows environment. Mac is the best balance between the two to accomplish my goals.

Server side, all Linux/UNIX. In my mind it can be beat for performance, scalability, and security.


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answered GConf Error under Ubuntu
Sep
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answered How can I run something as Administrator via Cygwin's SSH?
Sep
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answered .bash_profile statements get executed twice
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answered Ubuntu 10.04 Super + M Shortcut
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answered Mac OS X DNS lookup seems to be messed up - but only at work
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answered How can I restrict a user from all but one specific drive partition (yet still use the computer)?
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awarded  Supporter
Sep
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answered Why can't I ping my PS3 Using a wired connection?
Sep
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answered prevent connector routing when elements placed on top of them in MS Visio 2007
Sep
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answered Missing eth0 Ethernet interface in Ubuntu — can't connect to router
Sep
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comment Can I setup a software RAID in Windows 7 using Virtual Hard Disks?
First let me say I'm not normally a Windows user, however, in Windows XP Professional there was a way to create a fixed size virtual disk and create a software RAID array. I used to join multiple 200GB drives together to have one big 1TB drive appearance in Windows. How to this? I can't remember. I haven't used Windows regularly in over a years.
Sep
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comment Cannot bind OSX to AD
Error Domain=com.apple.OpenDirectory means that is where the error originated, not what domain you typed in. Error and Domain in this context are contiguous. Also, try to bind to AD using the directory utility located in /System/Library/CoreServices/Directory Utility.app.
Sep
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comment Using Photoshop, how can I move non-contiguous areas of an image onto a separate layer?
We must have been typing at exactly the same time Bobbi. :P
Sep
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answered Using Photoshop, how can I move non-contiguous areas of an image onto a separate layer?
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comment Mac keyboard not working and mouse goofy: perhaps some wrong settings?
Glad it helped.
Sep
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answered I can't clear the terminal in Mac OS X Lion - “terminals database is inaccessible”
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answered Mac keyboard not working and mouse goofy: perhaps some wrong settings?
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awarded  Teacher
Sep
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answered What is the most efficient way to run Windows and Linux at the same time?
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answered Can't connect to samba