Windows like OS X

Not really, OS X-related, but kinda is considering my Windows install looks more like a default OS X install than my Mac desktops do! Read on for some good links to customizing Windows XP if you, like me, are saddled with using it some of the time and just can't …

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LDAP Editor for OS X: Found!

I use LDAP for authentication on my LAN (I wrote one of the earliest and definitive articles available on the internet for MandrakeSecure quite a while back), but I find dealing with LDAP to be a serious PITA. It's not the easiest thing to manage from the commandline... a GUI …

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linsec.ca changeover complete

Spammers irritate the heck out of me. And due to the open nature of TWiki, they've begun to take advantage of it and start including little hidden spam links on the site. I'm sorry to generalize, but every one of these spammers have been Chinese. It's very very annoying. They've …

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Using runit instead of SysVinit

I've been a huge fan of service-style handling of daemons since I first played with qmail a number of years ago. Using daemontools and supervise was awesome, even if it was only for qmail and djbdns back then. When I first decided to start my own proof-of-concept secure Linux distro …

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linsec.ca Changes

The linsec.ca site has had a few changes and this is due primarily to the fact that chinese spammers are abusing the wiki. So, in the interests of keeping my sanity, I've decided to make all the articles on linsec.ca static meaning no more wiki.... This may make …

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The OS X blog

I've never kept it a secret that I'm a huge fan of OS X. I love this OS! So I've set a category aside for my notes and thoughts on OS X in general. Yes, I work for Mandrake, and yes, I use Mandrake. But I also use OS X …

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