If you ever have mornings where the coffee isn’t strong enough and your memory is still covered in more fog then the Golden Gate Bridge you should probably not work on important things. If you do and you find you put in the wrong password for admin multiple times, you may find that you lock … Continue reading
Recently I managed to take a couple hours and finish the epic struggle of setting up an XMPP server.
Clint presenting to the Provo Linux User Group about GoOSe. To view Clint’s posting about the “upcoming” meeting go here: http://sexysexypenguins.com/2012/01/10/presenting-at-plug-tomorrow-goose-linux-rebuilding-enterprise-linux-the-community-way/ Updates: 2012.01.31: Added link to Clint’s post at http://sexysexypenguins.com
ClamAV is a very cool open source anti-virus program that has secretly been powering many anti-virus appliances. Perhaps one of the largest implementers of the ClamAV powered appliance is Barracuda Networks (http://www.barracudanetworks.com/ns/products/spam_overview.php.
Not to long ago I was contacted by a “local” Linux User Group, specifically the Provo Linux User Group (PLUG), to put together a presentation on the GoOSe project. Unfortunately it appears more and more that I, and most of the GoOSe project people in Utah, won’t be able to attend. In scratching our heads … Continue reading