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View shopify-debut-grid-classes
# The default Shopify Debut theme grid breakpoints:
one-whole
one-half
one-third
two-thirds
one-quarter
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kguay / ansible-debug-os.yml
Created Nov 27, 2017
Ansible playbook to get os distro and version for all hosts. Works on Fedora/CentOS/RedHat machines.
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- name: Print linux distribution and version
hosts: all
tasks:
- name: capture output of id command
command: cat /etc/system-release
register: login
- debug: msg="{{ login.stdout }}"
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kguay / resume.md
Last active Sep 3, 2019
Kevin Guay's Resume
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Kevin Guay

Bio

Kevin Guay studied computer science and environmental studies at Hobart College in upstate New York. Passionate about environmental issues, Kevin has spent his career at small, non-profit research organizations focused on terrestrial and marine ecosystems. He has published several peer-reviewed papers in academic journals and written chapters in scientific books. His background in computer science and expertise in Linux systems, made him an ideal candidate to run Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science's IT department. At Bigelow, you might find Kevin writing company IT policies, developing applications, or installing a new high performance computer.

Kevin lives with his wife in Brunswick, Maine and enjoys making shaker-style furniture in his free time. When he's not in his woodshop, Kevin enjoys rock climbing, canoeing, spoon carving, and writing in the third person.

Contact

www.kevinguay.com
kevin at kevinguay dot com

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kguay / Setup Ansible with Ansible
Last active Oct 25, 2017
Setup Ansible with Ansible
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Run
> ansible-playbook --ask-become-pass ansible_user.yml
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