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bio website chancecarroll.com
location Wilmington, NC
age 29
visits member for 5 years, 3 months
seen Jul 15 at 18:55

Python and BSD junkie.


Sep
24
comment Is anyone else using OpenBSD as a router in the enterprise? What hardware are you running it on?
I believe mono focuses on embedded hardware, whereas pfsense focuses on pc based systems. I believe it was intended to offer more advanced/enterprise-class features than those found in m0n0wall or other basic firewall distro's.
Jul
13
awarded  Notable Question
May
18
awarded  Tumbleweed
May
11
asked SNMP counter issues with cisco RV082
Feb
25
comment Stop Qmail from sending an email to log
Thanks man, your a lifesaver.
Feb
25
accepted Stop Qmail from sending an email to log
Feb
25
asked Stop Qmail from sending an email to log
Dec
4
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
19
answered External Network Drive for Backup
Nov
19
comment Is there a decent flat-rate online backup solution for Linux machines?
Your seconding the recommendation would be more visible if you voted for it then added a comment. As it is the post are out of order and both towards the bottom with no votes.
Nov
19
comment Is there a decent flat-rate online backup solution for Linux machines?
Did you mean 1TB of storage?
Nov
19
answered Jungledisk for backing up my Wiki and Drupal sites?
Nov
19
revised Why are default spamassassin rules not being applied to emails we generate?
Added info
Nov
12
comment Why are default spamassassin rules not being applied to emails we generate?
We are piping the emails into the CL with spamc -R < test_email.eml (adding to the question as well for reference)
Nov
12
revised Why are default spamassassin rules not being applied to emails we generate?
Expand on background info
Nov
12
asked Why are default spamassassin rules not being applied to emails we generate?
Nov
10
revised spamassassin --lint and spamc return different scores
clarify
Nov
10
revised spamassassin --lint and spamc return different scores
admit mistake
Nov
10
awarded  Critic
Nov
10
comment spamassassin --lint and spamc return different scores
This is embarrassing. It appears that --lint always returns a score of 4.205, no matter what email I feed it. I think I was misunderstanding what --lint did, and since I was looking for something wrong I jumped on it.