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My main field of interest is computer security and occassionally the LUG even convinces me to write an [[WEP|article]] on it. I run [[Debian]] Linux on my computers. I have also written some [http://tesla.homelinux.net/projects/nfsclient/ toys] that aren't allowed on the MTU computer network.
My main field of interest is computer security and occassionally the LUG even convinces me to write an [[WEP|article]] on it. I run [[Debian]] Linux on my computers. I have also written some [http://tesla.homelinux.net/projects/nfsclient/ toys] that aren't allowed on the MTU computer network.
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Another hobby is being in an edit-war with [[User:aragirn|aragirn]] about whether or not [[:Image:Cimg0874.jpg|this]] picture should be in his profile on the wiki.
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Another hobby is being in an edit-war with [[User:aragirn|aragirn]] about whether or not [[:Image:Cimg0874.jpg|this]] picture should be in his profile on the wiki. In an empty jesture he protected his user page from edits... Silly aragirn, I have Wiki Ops.
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Revision as of 22:18, 11 May 2006

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My name is Jon DeVree. I graduated with a degree in Computer Science from Michigan Tech in 2006. I was also one of the LUG server admins during my time at MTU.

My main field of interest is computer security and occassionally the LUG even convinces me to write an article on it. I run Debian Linux on my computers. I have also written some toys that aren't allowed on the MTU computer network.

Another hobby is being in an edit-war with aragirn about whether or not this picture should be in his profile on the wiki. In an empty jesture he protected his user page from edits... Silly aragirn, I have Wiki Ops.

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Pages I 'Own'

Servers I Have Owned

  • ME Print Server
  • Network Attached Storage - EMC Celerra
  • ISO login
  • Dark's
  • LDAP
  • As I explained to my professor in Computer and Network Security, the entire CS Dept if I really wanted to. (They call it the Nightmare File System for a reason)
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