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Stephan Fabel joined Philip Johnson's group
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uh-ics-students

A group focused on the needs of UH ICS undergraduate and graduate students. If you are interested in supporting this community, please join this group. While the focus is on ICS students, you need not be an ICS student to participate!See More
Mar 17, 2013
Stephan Fabel joined Mika Leuck's group
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Sys Admins

A group for network and system administrators.
Mar 17, 2013
Vincent Carter replied to Stephan Fabel's discussion Text Editors in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"I found myself using nano as well,   Comes standard with debian distros, and many others and it has an easy to use menu when in the terminal so I dont have to "shift gears" and memorize much when using it. gedit and Kate I use in a…"
Aug 25, 2011
James Pakele replied to Stephan Fabel's discussion Text Editors in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"I end up using Nano for some reason..."
Aug 24, 2011
Stephan Fabel added a discussion to the group Manoa LUG Nuts
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Text Editors

Text editors are really important, especially on Linux where chances are you're going to be editing text sooner than later. For a programmer, or a sysadmin, it's one of the most fundamental and important tools that one uses on a daily basis.For beginners, I recommend gedit, the editor that GNOME comes with, or kate if you're using KDE. They are feature-complete in terms of accommodating the…See More
Aug 24, 2011
Paul Graydon replied to Stephan Fabel's discussion CentOS / Red Hat in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"As with RedHat there are positives and negatives.  The big plus is that stability is a high priority.  Redhat are very conservative about what goes into a release of RHES.  They focus very tightly on security and bug fixing and leave…"
Jun 16, 2011
Branden Tanga replied to Stephan Fabel's discussion CentOS / Red Hat in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"I do not have any experience with linux other than OpenSUSE (with a smattering of SLES) and Ubuntu Server, and then mostly as a web server, with the occasional high availability cluster. So if I make any factual errors in what I state below, please…"
Jun 16, 2011
Stephan Fabel added a discussion to the group Manoa LUG Nuts
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CentOS / Red Hat

Hi all, interesting blog entry:the relationship between CentOS and RedHat What is your opinion about CentOS? I generally have heard good things about it, we're actually running it, but how does it compare -in your opinion- with other options, e.g. the server versions of OpenSuse, Debian, or Ubuntu? Thanks,StephanSee More
Jun 10, 2011
Stephan Fabel replied to Matt Taniguchi's discussion Tips and Tricks Time at meetings in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"Good idea! I like it. Besides the larger presentations, users can also exchange ideas about how to get certain things done on Linux, kind of like the UN-conference we'd planned at the last meeting.   Cheers, Stephan"
May 22, 2011
Stephan Fabel replied to John Holden's discussion Ideas for Presentations and Group Discussion in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"I definitively would be interested in Emacs, Xen and Android SDK. :)   Cheers, Stephan"
May 12, 2011
Stephan Fabel replied to Stephan Fabel's discussion Differences in Distributions in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"BTW, I am giving Fedora 15 a serious try. I just got too turned off by the latest Ubuntu release and where they're going to take it. I know that I can change anything back but there's a limit to defaults that I am willing to change back. I…"
May 10, 2011
John Holden and Stephan Fabel are now friends
May 5, 2011
Stephan Fabel replied to Stephan Fabel's discussion Differences in Distributions in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"John,   thank you for your insightful comments. As Marcus already noted, obviously THE strength of Linux is that it offers enough flexibility to be everything to everyone. The route that one takes might be different than the next guy, but in…"
May 5, 2011
John Holden replied to Stephan Fabel's discussion Differences in Distributions in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"Marcus,   Please take this comment as just that - a comment, not chest-beating or insulting or whatever.   About six-seven years ago I was a Freshman at NC State and got the Linux fever.  I was constantly downloading, burning, and…"
May 5, 2011
John Holden replied to Stephan Fabel's discussion Differences in Distributions in the group Manoa LUG Nuts
"Stephan,   A simple means of classifying Linux distributions is by package manager/upstream development.  So a, likely incomplete, list comes to RedHat/Fedora (RPM), SuSE (YaST), Gentoo (Portage), Arch (Pacman), Debian/Ubuntu (Apt). …"
May 5, 2011

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Occupation:
Network/Systems Administrator, Software Developer, Student
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Robotics, Software Engineering, Linux, Free Software
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
C, C++, HTML, Lisp, Pascal, Perl, Python, Other
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sfabel

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