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I'm in the UK and have started a small community site using Drupal via a developer in Canada.
I have a dedicated server (via Fasthosts) that needs looking after and some specific attention regarding email. PHP email scripts don't appear to want to work on the server and SMPT is not the way forward.
I need someone you can help me solve my immediate issues and manage the server on a ongoing and regular basis.
If you can get back to me with and idea of experience, availability and hourly rate I'll make a fast decision and appoint the most suitable applicant.
Matt; We are a group of it specialist from Argentina. We can help you with your problems, we have the necessary tools and the knowledge. The cost is around u$s 25 the hour. My address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Excuse me for my bad english.
I have a good team for consulting Linux and Power Electronics Issues...
We have good experienced techies around 4-6 years experience in Linux
If you are interested , yuo can contact me by mail email@example.com
Hello, I am a system administrator for one of the biggest company in the world, lets call it the Big Blue . Anyway, I am working with Linux/AIX/ESX/SAN Storage/Apache/Tomcat/Jboss/TSM/TSCM/TLM and so on. I have free time to help out and I would love to work together if possible.
When it comes to money we can talk about it, I am not asking for too much and we can negotiate.
I am currently working as a Linux Administrator & handling a team of Linux Administrators. I have experience in handling servers remotely as I have managed the many servers of client Scancafe in USA too.