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Capacity Planning

I provide independent capacity planning service and point-in-time reviews for both physical and virtual server installations.  This service is typically provided remotely, but can be done at your site.
 
I will also assist your organization in implementing a capacity planning function and coach your team members in best practices.
 
Capacity planning is a critical function to ensure the best utilization of your investment in computing resources as well as avoiding problems in the future that arise from physical constraints or limitations.
 
Read more for details on this service and how it can help you.

Subversion

We are a big supporter and advocate of source control systems like subversion.   A well controlled website goes a long ways to having happy developers and administrators.
 
We offer consulting services on how to integrate subversion based code management systems into your environment.  We will work with your developers and administrators to create code promotion methodogies that allow easy versioning of changes as well as cloned environments for your developers to work in.
 
Contact Me with your current challenges and I will help you get control over your environment.

How to get RT5390 wireless wifi card working on ASUS X54C laptop under Debian Linux

The ASUS X54C laptop is our go-to machine when we are mobile.  Our earlier article described how we made it dual boot Windows 7 and Debian Linux. 
 
The ASUS comes with a RaLink Device 5390 wireless card and support for that card is not included in Debian Linux. 
 
Read more for my notes on getting this laptop to connect to my wireless network under Debian linux.
 

Debian Linux on ASUS X54C Laptop

The ASUS X54C laptop is a recent but key piece of gear at prokopyshen.com.  It was purchased to be a dual boot Windows 7 and Linux workstation and these are my notes on how I got it going.

Linux and laptops dont always come together for a variety of reasons, but this one came together pretty easily.

 

Read more for my notes on the issues I found and resolved.

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