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I'm a dual-national US/UK Linux & Network Engineer providing enterprise solutions since 2001. Yes, "2001"- when I resigned from NYPD to emigrate from Manhattan's Upper East Side to move to England. Before becoming a boring IT contractor I served as a Task Force Police Officer in NYPD's Transit Bureaus and was a Sergeant in US Army Special Forces. I mostly work in the UK, but have operated as far afield as Northern Nigeria.

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Raspberry Pi

1 month ago

Scripted build of Pi Access Point

This is a simple project which enables you to transform a Pi 3B+/4 into a wireless AP by scripting the configuration of hostapd, dhcpcd, dnsmasq & wpa_supplicant. Useful for covering Wi-Fi dead-zones in your home or learning/teaching networking.

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Raspberry Pi

5 months ago

Configure Caching IPv4/IPv6 DNS Stub Resolver using “systemd-resolved”

By storing previous DNS query answers of name:ip mappings in a local cache, system responsiveness will be greatly enhanced. This link is a HowTo I've written which details how to configure "systemd-resolved" as a local DNS caching stub resolver

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Raspberry Pi

6 months ago

Simplified Procedure to Flash the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 / 3+ eMMC Storage

Provides a link to an article I wrote detailing a more simplified, elegant procedure of flashing the Compute Module's eMMC Flash Memory than the officially published version

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