Wandering Thoughts archives

2006-09-30: Weekly spam summary on September 30th, 2006
2006-09-29: Gnome daemons you'll want to run in a custom environment
2006-09-28: Why I hate $LANG and locales on Unix
2006-09-27: How not to set up your DNS (part 12)
2006-09-26: Why people still like TCL/TK
Web site security theatre
2006-09-25: Some reactions to a dual monitor X setup
2006-09-24: Two approaches to Unix environments
Weekly spam summary on September 23rd, 2006
2006-09-22: A NFS mount accident on Linux
2006-09-21: The danger of relying on Javascript for input validation
An amusingly truthful hostname
2006-09-20: A peculiarity of hardware at universities
2006-09-19: One of the reasons I dislike SELinux
2006-09-18: Why /var/log/btmp may be using up a lot of space in your /var
My current view of Linux system filesystem sizes
2006-09-17: How to convert a time string in GMT to seconds since the epoch
2006-09-16: Weekly spam summary on September 16th, 2006
2006-09-15: The temptation of LVM
2006-09-14: A bonus to writing documentation
The brute-force way to install missing Solaris 9 packages
2006-09-13: The really irritating thing about voicemail
2006-09-12: A quick note about how extended partitions work
2006-09-11: Python's extra-clever help() function
'In place' filesystem defragmentation with Disksuite
2006-09-10: A thought on iTunes and similar online services
Weekly spam summary on September 9th, 2006
2006-09-09: Something I really wish vendor product pages did
2006-09-08: A Solaris 8 Disksuite single user mode surprise
I hate hardware (AMD CPU edition)
Link: IRON File Systems
2006-09-07: Industrial strength Python
Some wise words from Henry Spencer on backups
2006-09-06: How fast an LCD refresh rate is going to be fast enough?
2006-09-05: Stupid web spammer tricks
2006-09-04: A thought about interactive development environments
2006-09-03: Why writing documentation is no fun
2006-09-02: Weekly spam summary on September 2nd, 2006
2006-09-01: Link: The Single Unix Specification et al
Why Postfix is not my favorite mailer

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