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Today is: 18, December 2017



Hi, my name is Brian Sikute


I am very good at what I do. I am a Linux Certified System Administrator. I deploy, implement and support Linux Servers. I am resource for Linux Support.


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*Have you tried out ClearOS 5.2 Enterprise? Very nice and works out of the box
*HOWTO - Step-by-Step Install and Setup CoovaChilli+FreeRadius2+Easyhotspot-web_only_0.2


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About Brian Sikute

Systems and Network Administrator, Application Developer, Database Administrator, and Programmer in a wide variety of business applications. Particularly interested in GSM technologies and Computer Security. My goal is to provide reliable and highly efficient and effective computer system services and support in a high availability environment.

I am a Linux Certified System Administrator

Specialties
Linux Systems and Networks, Windows Server Systems, CISCO Systems, Quality Assurance, System Innovation, Change Management

Papers

  1. All for the e: Initiatives in a limited Access Environment

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Feedback and Notes from my Neighbours

Hello,

Thanks so much for editing my Sandbox, have been wanting to do hide it away from my User page like you did, but did not know how to go about it, thanks. Will appreciate it if you send me a note on how to do it for future reference.

Thank You

NB: I hope this is the right way to drop a note, have been wondering how to do that too!

--Shining Star 10:16, 9 February 2011 (UTC)Ebiho Agun (Comment.gif: Hello Brian, Greetings. I am happy to work with you again. All the best. --R C Sharma, PhD 20:50, 4 September 2010 (UTC))