My name is Daniel Gibbs and I am a Linux systems administrator. In my spare time I am a PC gamer and enjoy scripting, and working on various IT projects.
Some Stuff I like
My Linux skills started from looking after a Debian web server and dabbling with distros at college. After taking a position as a Linux administrator at work my skills and knowledge have increased drastically.
My passion for gaming inspired me to create the website gamestand.net to promote free to play PC games and I also look after a few teamspeak servers for the gaming community I am part of spectrumgamers.com. I have previously partly organised battlefiled3tournament.com and bc2tournament.com by creating and maintaining the website, teamspeak and assisting on tournament days.
I enjoy UI design and enjoy designing themes and interfaces for programs and websites including Teamspeak, Google Chrome and Firefox.
I have written several useful BASH scripts for work including service monitoring and disk auditing tools. Several game server scripts are posted on this site that are available to use.
Note: If you have an issue with any LGSM scripts please do NOT email me directly. Please raise an issue on GitHub.
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Help Support my projects
Found Linux Server Manager Scripts useful?
I have spent 100’s of hours working on The Linux Server Manager scripts as something that just started off as a small script to easily setup a Killing Floor server has now turned in to a major project for me with over 70 game server scripts. I really enjoy working on this project and its a great feeling to know that I have saved people many hours in setup of a game server.
So if you want to show your appreciation there are a few ways to do it.
If you want to donate to the project you can via PayPal.
email: [email protected]
I have had a few kind people show there support by sending me a donation.
Any donations you send help cover my server costs and buy me a drink. Cheers!
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