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USG Technical Notes

USG Technical Notes are a series of relatively brief notes about technical things that we use here and that we think have worked well or are really nifty ideas. They're written for a technically inclined system administrator, and are thus relatively full of techie jargon (that's part of how they stay compact). We're writing them partly to document our systems for posterity but mostly as a convenient short way to share our (sometimes painfully or tediously acquired) knowledge with the rest of the University of Toronto community.

What We've Got So Far


If you liked the content here, you might want to check out CQUEST's Technical Notes, which have a similar goal and orientation to USG Technical Notes (plus some of the same people and even the same HTML).

This page was initially written by Chris Siebenmann