I started out with Linux Administration back in 1997, and eventually compiled my own Linux Distro to run on a zip disk (remember those? whew!).
Since then, I have worn many *nix hats. I have taught Linux Systems Administration to consultants at an IT Consulting company in the late 90′s, worked as a Enterprise UNIX Engineer for Macromedia, independent Linux Administration and Engineer consulting; and now currently a Linux Administrator for another Company.
I have been involved in many open source enterprise products, including Nagios (I have been using and customizing nagios since it was NetSaint in early 2000) and Bacula. These blogposts tend to deviate to more of a ‘Undocumented Linux tips and tricks’, as this is my passion; Using linux to do things that other’s have not (properly) documented over the years. This is reflected in some of my posts, including CUPS/Samba/Saned, and of course mOTP with openVPN.
What I write in my blog reflect my passion about linux engineering and administration in a more obscure (albit poorly documented) fashion. From time to time, I may write other blog posts that have to do with powershell and wmi scripting, but this blog’s main fuction is to enlighten others to the magic that is Linux Administration.
Eventually this website will start hosting some of my scripts and projects that I didn’t feel warranted a blogpost, to keep checking back from time to time.