Wandering Thoughts archives

2006-08-31: SIGCHLD versus Python: a problem of semantics
How dd does blocking
2006-08-30: A problem with debugging threaded Python programs
How to lose readers of your syndication feed
2006-08-29: An interesting filesystem corruption problem
Documentation should be cheap
2006-08-27: Documentation is not free
2006-08-26: Weekly spam summary on August 26th, 2006
2006-08-25: Please don't use session cookies
Another stupid spider mistake
2006-08-24: More on the Solaris ssh stuff (part 3)
How not to get our business
2006-08-23: Why I am irritated with evince
An update on impending changes to access to Solaris patches
2006-08-22: How not to set up your DNS (part 11)
Link: Csh Programming Considered Harmful
fork(), wait(), and threads
2006-08-21: Most new products are upgrades
How not to set up your DNS (part 10)
2006-08-20: Finally, a good reason to periodically reboot servers
2006-08-19: Weekly spam summary on August 29th, 2006
Documentation needs testing
2006-08-18: Why apt-get is not my favorite application (part 2)
2006-08-17: Idealist versus Realist
The quick secret to bootable USB keys
2006-08-16: The fun of 32-bit bugs
2006-08-15: Hardware RAID versus software RAID
2006-08-14: The importance of numerical literacy
Distributions: keep your hands off vi
2006-08-13: The real Bourne shell problem
2006-08-12: Weekly spam summary on August 12th, 2006
2006-08-11: An unhappy spam milestone
2006-08-10: A Bourne shell gotcha: redirection order
2006-08-09: A Bourne shell irritation
2006-08-08: Slashdot's tacit admission of failure
2006-08-07: A problem in Python's implementation of closures
2006-08-06: A fun little regular expression bug
2006-08-05: Weekly spam summary on August 5th, 2006
2006-08-04: My current set of Firefox extensions
2006-08-03: Link: When the "best tool for the job"... isn't.
How to irritate your successor (on Solaris)
2006-08-02: In praise of installing from Live CDs
2006-08-01: One serial problem I should remember

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