Author Archives: Mike

About Mike

I am currently a technical instructor and courseware editor for Guru Labs LC. I am shuffled between teaching a) online classes b) classes at the company HQ and c) Random places around the US for week(s) at a time. All classes are classes on Linux. Most are Red Hat. I have the following certs: On RHELv5: RHCSA RHCT RHCE LPI: LPIC-1 LPIC-2 I also have a couple SUSE certs too... A+ with speciality in Windows and DOS environments. I tend to keep a running Gold Medallion status with Delta Airlines. is now IPv6 enabled

Recently underwent maintenance for some pending updates. As part of the process IPv6 was enabled for the host in an IPv6 capable environment. As a result it is now possible to access the site using IPv6. A few useful things:

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When USA Today is worth more then 75¢.

Today is another day on the road and hopefully more then a dollar. This week I am stationed in a place that I expect to be fairly warm and sunny: Texas.

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And you thought it was honey all along…

What does this look like to you?

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The GoOSe presented

Clint presenting to the Provo Linux User Group about GoOSe. To view Clint’s posting about the “upcoming” meeting go here: Updates: 2012.01.31: Added link to Clint’s post at

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The KiMOBEAN view

Just a quick shot at a local coffee shop patio of a tourist loaded trolley.

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Speaking at UTOSC 2012 Member of The Internet Defense League