Articles tagged with 'linux'
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LDAP's hard. Security's hard. Replication's hard. Here's how it went for me.
I maintain a bunch of mostly self-signed SSL certificates. Too many not to automate. Here's how I do it.
Five years ago, would you have been managing terabits and arrays of distributed services?
Gandi's hosting service rocks, but you'll have to wait a little while to play with it
Back from my travels, it's time for a few updates. I've mostly blogged about these elsewhere, so I'll just give some pointers here.
A brief wander around two-factor authentication with smartcard tokens
Zonbu is a silent, no-moving-parts, domestic PC based on Gentoo Linux and Amazon S3 storage.
What makes Nokia's internet tablet fun to use, albeit on my second attempt.
I'm a bit late to the party, but the NSLU2 is a piece of kit you can't afford to be without.
A few notes on how the Mac experience has gone, some months since the switch from Linux.
Sharing the benefit of my recent system administration adventures.
If you're not ready to run Apache 2.2, you can still load balance Rails Mongrel servers using Apache 2.0's mod_rewrite module.
Many advances have been made in agile programming frameworks, enabling a reduction in the amount of code that needs to be written. But what about agile system infrastructure for web applications?
Tobias Wolf sent me news of patches for Cairo and Xft to get rid of the colour fringing for X subpixel rendering.
I've been on blogging hiatus for a long time, but here's some updates as to what I've been doing. XTech, MacBook, Debian, Rails.
Recent work cross-checking how this site looks on various platforms leads to unhappy conclusions about how fonts are handled on Linux.
Introducing a new series on Debian administration.