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  • Home Execuitve
    Kind Großziehen, 2011 - 2029
    Wickeln. Essen eingeben. Ausmalen. Mit Bauklötze und Lego bauen. Tägliches neu erstellen einer fantastischen Eisenbahnstrecken einer Holzeisenbahn. In schwierigen Situationen auf Personen eingehen auch wenn sie nicht perfekt die verbale Kommunikation beherrschen. Trösten und ein offenes Ohr haben. Den größten Quatsch anstellen, welchen man sich vorstellen kann und trotzdem ein Vorbild sein. Aufräumen, auf Lego mit nacktem Fuß treten Putzen. Das Vatersein genießen Fortbilden im Bereich Automation in Server- und Netzwerkdeployment, Progammierung, Computersicherheit und Mitarbeiterführung.
  • Telenorma Bosch
    Kommunikationselektroniker Schwerpunkt Telekommunikation
  • Mercator London
    Database Programming
  • Microsoft
    Certified Engineer
  • Linux Professional Institute
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Just in time hopefully
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Do NOT contact me over hangouts!

Favourites AIX, Debian and FreeBSD, but is MCSE since 2001, too.
Still using ion3/ notion and dislikes DesktopEnvironments, if I could call it one, I would prefer E16/E17.
A typical Desktop should only use max 120MB with mutt, abook, yokadi, screen, cups-client, Browser,NFS-Shares and have no service reachable from the outside.
At the moment beeing a husband and father, blogging  @ Got tty
Prefer non chemical, non industrial cookin.


Bragging rights
Saw a big workin Microsoftscenery with NT4.0 ( was EMEA SA there) , blue/beigeboxing, BTX, TokenRing, BNC and all without a smartphone, Of course, I'm still alive. Now we automate and I'm still needed
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Systemadministrator für Unix, Linux und Windows, Alltagsbegleiter für Demenzkranke
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Fachwissen in den Bereichen Serveradministration ( Debian GNU/Linux, SuSE Linux, AIX, FreeBSD), Systemoptimierung, Netzwerksicherheit, Webserversicherheit, Backupstrategien, Mobilesecrurity, Systemberatung
Employment
  • Lucent Technologies
    Systemadministrator
  • Daimler AG
    AIX Systemadministrator
  • Deutsche Bank
    Support / Administration
  • Labtrix
    Administration / RollOut neuer Netzwerkstruktur
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
    Kommunikationselektroniker
  • Smart
    Unix-Administrator, Windows Support
  • Mercator / Von IBM aufgekauft
    EMEA Administrator
  • Various
    Penetrationtests, Webserversicherheit, Systemoptimierung, Training, Beratung
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Hattenhofen
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Frankfurt am Main - London - Moliets et Maa - Stuttgart

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Unser Autor hat versucht, potenzielle Sicherheitslücken im Paketmanager RPM zu melden, der von Red Hat, Suse und weiteren Linux-Distributionen genutzt wird. Doch das war gar
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The comment at https://blog.fuzzing-project.org/52-Multiple-vulnerabilities-in-RPM-and-a-rant.html#c728 is relevant for this. Funny how the author didn't test against RPM as used in current versions of Fedora, CentOS, RHEL, SUSE, Opensuse, Oracle Enterprise Linux. Because that's where it matters. I fully trust the Red Hat security team to be on top of this. 
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Damnit... Another great has passed away. RIP Gene Wilder. 
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Wilder !!!!

Einer der Männer die ich sehr respektiere.
Frankenstein Junior ist immer in meinem Herzen.

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Never be forgotten
Out of the 470 slaves aboard the Zong ship, only about 200 survived the long journey.
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Yes it is 😀
 
Lmao. Learn to code in 21 days. Credit Abstruse Goose.
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My sense of humor
 
Ok guys, this one was too good not to share. XD
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Ich bin Igor von der Nordwand


Danke Mr Wilder.
🎥 Frankenstein Junior (Film, 1975)
https://www.google.de/search?q=Frankenstein+Junior&hl=de

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Den Webhoster des Jahres wählen
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Milestone.
Darf in keiner Sammlung fehlen
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On this day:
At 27th August of 1991, Pearl Jam released their debut album "Ten." The group’s most commercially successful album, which has sold over 13 million copies, produced three hit singles: 'Alive', 'Even Flow', and 'Jeremy.' While Pearl Jam was accused of jumping on the grunge bandwagon at the time, "Ten" was instrumental in popularizing alternative rock in the mainstream.

25 years ago today, Pearl Jam released one of the greatest debut albums ever. The album, called Ten, was released on August 27, 1991, at the vanguard of the Seattle grunge invasion, and has sold just over 13 million copies to date. The album and the band itself came together after situations that developed rapidly in the 18 months prior to Ten‘s release.

Pearl Jam rose from the ashes of Mother Love Bone to become the most popular American rock & roll band of the '90s. After Mother Love Bone's vocalist, Andrew Wood, overdosed on heroin in 1990, guitarist Stone Gossard and bassist Jeff Ament assembled a new band, bringing in Mike McCready on lead guitar and recording a demo with Soundgarden's Matt Cameron on drums.

Thanks to future Pearl Jam drummer Jack Irons, the demo found its way to a 25-year-old San Diego surfer named Eddie Vedder, who overdubbed vocals and original lyrics and was subsequently invited to join the band. Dave Krusen was hired as the full-time drummer shortly thereafter, completing the original lineup.

The new band was initially named Mookie Blaylock after the New Jersey Nets basketball star, but because Blaylock had recently landed a deal with Nike, the band had to reconsider the name and settle on Pearl Jam, while Ten‘s title was taken from Blaylock’s jersey number.

They soon landed a deal with Epic Records and entered Seattle’s London Bridge Studios in March 1991 with producer Rick Parashar. In little more than a month, the sessions were completed and soon after, in May 1991, Krusen left the band to enter rehab and was replaced by drummer Matt Chamberlain.

Ten didn't begin selling in significant numbers until early 1992, after Nirvana made mainstream rock radio receptive to alternative rock acts. Soon, Pearl Jam outsold Nirvana, which wasn't surprising. After all, Pearl Jam fused the riff-heavy stadium rock of the '70s with the grit and anger of '80s post-punk, without ever neglecting hooks and choruses; "Jeremy," "Evenflow," and "Alive" fit perfectly onto album rock radio stations looking for new blood.

Vedder’s lyrics for the album are mainly negative and deal with subjects like depression, loneliness, and suicide. The song “Jeremy” was inspired, in part, by a true story in which a high school student shot himself in front of his classmates. This haunting but catchy tune includes an unconventional storytelling vocal melody during the verse and a soaring hook during the chorus. The music for the song was written on acoustic guitar by bassist Jeff Ament in February 1991, just before the band went into the studio.

Both the opener “Once” and the brilliant “Alive” were formed as part of a three song cycle by Vedder called “Mamasan” (with the third song, “Footsteps”, a B-side on the “Jeremy” single). “Alive” starts with a slow, methodical, majestic intro by Gossard, but is then dominated by Vedder with his distinct and odd vocals and melody.

A simple but entertaining guitar riff in the calm bridge gives way to a contrasting coda/crescendo jam by McCready. While the song’s lyric deals with the shock of a son discovering that his real father is dead, many fans have come to interpret interpreted “Alive” as an uplifting and inspirational anthem.

“Evenflow” was an extremely difficult song to record, taking up to 75 to 100 attempts to capture effectively. The result, however, is another classic, vocally driven song with a great hook during chorus and a heavy funk riff by Gossard.

The song nearly fades away during the lead bridge, before coming back with a vengeance in another outtro crescendo. Vedder’s lyrics describe his experience of being a homeless man and panhandler. The song was released as the second single from Ten and peaked at #3 on the Mainstream Rock charts.

The album also includes a couple of calm, surreal, melancholy efforts that act as an excellent counter-weight to the heavier songs on the album. “Black” is a melancholy song with obscure lyrics that appear to deal with a loss of some kind.

It contains a signature, harmonic vocal motif which, combined with an accompanying lead guitar, forms a memorable sonic hook in the background of the song. The acoustic and melodic “Oceans” is nearly a love song with a few odd passages and percussive effects which make it a unique ballad. “Release” is a more droning and atmospheric piece.

Really the combination of excellent writing, passionate performances and extreme talent made this album fresh and wonderful throughout. Definitely a classic album.

#PearlJam #EddieVedder
#Rock #ClassicRock
#AlternativeRock #Grunge
#Album #Onthisday
#HardRock #Ten_25ThAnniversary
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Auf Vinyl vorhanden 😉
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