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Old 27th October 2005, 08:29 PM
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Exclamation Looking for a experienced sysadmin

Hello

I run a small web hosting company and i work with a freelance sysadmin .
The guy is actualy not avaible and it will be like this for some days .

I have some problems in waiting that need to be fixed asap like setup phpmyadmin and fix a configuration problem with the socket and mysql .

So i am looking for a pro sysadmin that will not kill the server due of poor exerience and that have some free time to make sometimes some work for me .

I am avaible on icq 7/7 54039214 contact me for any proposal .

Thank you
Oliver
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Old 28th October 2005, 02:22 AM
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Moved.

We aren't the classified ads, you may not have luck here.
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