Unix/Linux OS/Expert Profile

Denis Mello

On Vacation
returns 12/19/2016

I have been working with Linux distributions over the last 3 years. I have experience with Linux Security, shell-scripts and network troubleshooting.

Experience in the area

Configuring IMAP, Sendmail, Samba and network connections. Also developed shell-scripts to automated basic functions.
Expert in network security (honeypots, vulnerabilities, tools)


Graduated in Mechatronic Engineering, concluded part of a Master Degree in Materials Engineering. Master Business administrator (IT Management).
Microsoft Certified (MCP), Linux LPI, IBM Cerfied in Rational and SAP Netweaver Consultant.

Average Ratings

Recent Reviews from Users

Read More Comments

    K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
Laura11/08/10101010First of all, Dennis, thank you for .....

Recent Answers from Denis Mello

2015-01-04 Running a linux app in windows:

Hi, Vargab.  It may be trick.  Usually, this is not possible.  The right way would be to install Linux and then install this app there.  Not sure why you want to run from Windows, but if that is the case

2013-01-03 Powercli command:

It depends on your Virtualization Platform.  I will use some material from Internet that already address your issue:  http://forums.trainsignal.com/showthread.php?t=1598    Also, these commands:  Set-NetworkAdapter

2011-02-26 Using USB modem:

Hi Nalin.  To be honest, I never installed this modem on Linux (any distro). The readings I did told me that people is facing issue installing it on Linux ( http://forums.opensuse.org/english/get-technical-help-here/network-internet/4520

2011-02-17 bandwidth management in linux:

Hi there.  I did not test any good application for what you want, so I can't not suggest something that can not be good for you.  Take a look on this:  http://www.ubuntugeek.com/bandwidth-monitoring-tools-for-linux

2011-02-09 ubuntu 8.04.1:

Uow Jim!  Sorry for the delay.  The login is generally "root" and "root". But this distro is a little different.    By default, the Root account password is locked in Ubuntu. This means that you cannot


Ask A Question

Unix/Linux OS

All Answers

Answers by Expert:

Ask Experts


©2016 About.com. All rights reserved.