Tony Schreiner

Biology Department

Higgins Hall 412, Boston College
617-552-6487
 anthony.schreiner@bc.edu


 

At Boston College since September 2001, I work for the Bioinformatics Program in the Biology Department of Boston College. I am primarily a system administrator for their dedicated servers and consultant for related issues.

Before 2005 I worked in Research and Instructional Services (RITS) under Academic Technology Services (ATS) as a consultant to faculty, staff and students on configuration, maintenance and usage of Unix/Linux on Boston College research computers.


It can't be done.
is not a synonym for
I don't know how to do it


If you have two clocks, you don't know what time it is


Systems:
Linux: RedHat , Fedora (RedHat) , SuSE
Sun: Solaris Documentation, Solaris Patches, Solaris Free Software, More Solaris Free Software, BigAdmin
IBM: AIX Documentation , AIX Freeware
SGI: SGI Support , SGI Freeware
HP/Compaq: Tru64 Documentation
Apple: Apple Support , Apple Developer
Microsoft: Microsoft Support
Geek Sites & Opinions: The Register, The Inquirer, Slashdot,

Learning:
  Web Authoring Tutorials, O'ReillyNet, Learn Perl
  Wikipedia
  On-Line Dictionary of Computing

The Physical World:
  Regional Weather
  Recent Earthquakes
  NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  The Space Review
  Astronomy Picture of the Day

Personal:
  Running and Triathlon
  My trip around the world

A. Schreiner
Updated: 2/8/2008.