You may run into the case of purging a system and removing sensitive data, e.g. when transferring VM ownership. There are multiple steps with shell history, configuration, home directories and stateful/log data. Delete shell history rm $HOME/.bash_history history -cw Configuration and Home Directories In the best
Jeffrey asked me to create a short intro video for the first German Virtual Connect Day at GitLab. I'm lazy, started Zoom [https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/tools-and-tips/zoom/] and recorded it. Then I uploaded the video to LinkedIn [https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6717734112091746304/], and
How to start a good story? Uh oh. I used to actively maintain [https://dnsmichi.at/about/] DNS infrastructures from 2009-2012 at the University of Vienna, only ops troubleshooting since then. Ok ... let's see. I am located near Nuremberg, Brendan joins from Maryland. Dummy check in the browser - works
This week we welcomed 3 new guests into our lovely German coffee chat: Michael [https://twitter.com/tonka_2000], Marcel [https://twitter.com/winem_] and Niclas [https://twitter.com/solidnerd]! everyonecancontribute 2.0 As we want to make everyonecancontribute.com [https://www.everyonecancontribute.com/] our home as well as keep
Lately this iterative conversation happened in our technical evangelism [https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/marketing/technical-evangelism/] team chat: * Let's do a hangout on the latest tech! * We have so little German content, let's try this language to break the barrier and insecure feeling English may cause. * Record and stream it
This is a German coffee chat virtually hosted by me. Inspired by https://www.everyonecancontribute.com/ Wann: Jeden Mittwoch, 17:00 Uhr CEST. Vielleicht auch mal später, einfach auf Twitter [https://twitter.com/dnsmichi] folgen und fragen. Wer: Du und Michael Friedrich [https://twitter.com/dnsmichi], Nico Meisenzahl [https://twitter.
In 2009, I created legendiary.at [https://www.legendiary.at/2009/03/23/int-mainint-argc-char-argv/] as blog platform. Ranging from technology insights, rambling about Linux and Windows problems, and some insights into LEGO building, this contains lots of history. I've lost track a bit in the past years, also with publishing