Hm. Looks like I’m becoming an Ubuntu fan.
I love Firefox and Thunderbird. One of my favorite features of both is that they are available on the three platforms that I use on a daily basis: Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The hardest part in moving your profiles from Windows to Mac (or Mac to Windows) is finding them in the first […]
After reading about Zabbix again in Linux Server Hacks, Vol. 2 I decided to take another stab at installing it. I had given it a shot a few months ago on an older Fedora box, and because of dependancy hell, gave up without getting it installed. So I figured I’d try again on my Ubuntu […]
After reading last week’s letter to the editor regarding Bethel’s roads in the Herald of Randolph, I’m glad to see that I’m not the only one who is maintaining a sense of humor about the state of the roads here in Bethel. Great job, Bill! You are a master of satire! On the other hand, […]
If my clients are any indication, most people think that the purpose of a password is one of the following: a way for their consultant/system administrator to make their system harder to use, an inconvenience, their name, their birthday the word “password.” Let me set the record straight. The purpose of a password is to […]