The Fast-Food Syndrome: The Linux Platform is Getting Fat – OSNews.com I tend to agree with much of what was mentioned in OSNews post, even though it is not a good sign 🙂 I still remember my old P100 with, ugh, 16(?) Mb and a puny 2Mb video — that thing could run much of […]
Monthly Archives: June 2004
PostgreSQL on MacOS X
There are quite a few resources available on the ’Net about compilation and setup of PostgreSQL on a Mac OS X. This O’Reily article, and this one from Apple just to name a few. For me, where both these articles are falling short is in describing how to set Postgres to start automatically when I […]
ONLamp.com: Interesting New Ports [Mar. 25, 2004]
Dru Lavigne has posted a new column at O’Reily’s BSD Devcenter on hte subject of FreeBSD ports: ONLamp.com: Interesting New Ports [Mar. 25, 2004]. This port in particular is interesting, since it seems to live up to the promise to help tightening a few bolts of FreeBSD security.
I have joined the happy crowd of WRT54G owners just a day after a major security hole was reported in the little box that could. Needless to say, admin password was changed immediately after the router has been powered up.