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Old 05-17-2007, 06:19 AM
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Software Install, system securing and Linux Odd Jobs


I am looking to take on some odd jobs such as script installs, system security, fixing cPanel/WHM, DirectAdmin and non-control panel issues. Rates start from just $15/hour or $25 flat fee depending on the job.

My Experience/Selling Points

10 Years working with UNIX (Solaris/IRIX), Linux and FreeBSD
Experience in many hosting platforms. (DirectAdmin / cPanel/WHM / Kernel work / Plesk )
Blue chip background
Self motivated starter and team player
Over 5 years VPS expierence with VMWare, Xen, Virtuozzo, OpenVZ and UML as well as HyperVM

If you have any questions please either drop me a PM or contact me via IM on
ICQ: 227696130
AOL: a2b2support
MSN: support@a2b2.com
Yahoo: a2b2support
Google Talk: vaserv

Thanks for reading
Rus

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Last edited by CArmstrong; 05-25-2007 at 08:13 PM. Reason: Edited title

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