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Juan Mulford mulcas.com, @MulfordCastro


Long story short

Most of the content in this website is about troubleshooting storage and virtualization technologies.

About me

My name is Juan Mulford, and this is my personal blog. For over 12 years I have worked in different roles for the IT industry, mostly in telecommunications and networking. Since 2012, I have worked with storage and virtualization, focused on VMware technologies and VDI. I use this space for my personal records but at the moment of writing, I like to share my experiences and "cloudy adventures" with everyone, especially those just entering into this awesome industry.


Twitter: @MulfordCastro

LinkedIn: Juan Mulford


The views expressed anywhere on this site are strictly mine and not the opinions and views of any past or present employer.

Disclaimer 2

If you find any spelling mistake, misspelled words or meaningless sentences, blame it on my dyslexia 😉

Latest Articles

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ffmpeg: error while loading shared libraries: libavdevice.so.58 

After installing FFmpeg and running it, (ffmpeg or ffmpeg -version), you receive the following error message: "ffmpeg: error while loading shared libraries: libavdevice.so.58: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory”.
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What is kernel in computing?

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What is x86 Architecture?

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