Hi there, I’m Tomas, author of the Lisenet (/’laɪsnət/) blog.

About the blog

I’ve been doing some interesting IT stuff for the past few years and it seemed like a wise idea to document the things I went through, just to have it all in one place for future references. Shortly put, as you can likely guess by now, this website is my personal technical blog.

About getting in touch

For professional enquiries, connect with me on:

A bit of my code, as well as my RHCA study notes, can be found on GitHub.

If you feel a need to contact me, you can comment on a post of interest of this blog and I’ll do my best to get back to you.

Alternatively, you can drop me a line, my email is my name at this domain. However, please be advised that I do not provide support via email.

About support

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About the warranty

TL;DR: there is no warranty.

Note well that information, text, articles, images and documents provided on this website are provided “AS IS” without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. Author makes reasonable efforts to include accurate and up-to-date information on this website; it does not, however, make any warranties or representations as to its accuracy or completeness. Author periodically adds, changes, improves, or updates the information and documents on this web site without notice. Author assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the contents of the website.

About the legal stuff

The website content is free of charge for non-commercial use only.

Please do not misuse our website by knowingly introducing malware or other material which is malicious or technologically harmful. Please do not attempt to gain unauthorised access to our website or the server farm on which the website is stored as you might get lucky and succeed.

For fun

Easter Egg hunt: curl -I https://www.lisenet.com

As of 2019, I’ve added a counter that shows the number of skilled individuals who’ve found the Easter Eggs. If you managed to work your way through the puzzles and would like to become a statistic, you know what to do.

Easter Egg Hall of Fame: 21 people