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    We have a LAMP-based solution that we would like to deploy in openshift as several inter-connected containers, separating the mysql database, the apache webserver and a daemon that runs in the background. We are also facing some issues since our setup process is assumed to be run as root, then everything is configured for an specific username, etc. that has to be adapted to meet openshift deployme...

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    Hi, I am looking for someone who can write a script for raspberry/orange pi to use usb ports remotely.

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