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accepted How should I set up a gateway to restrict internet traffic in a college dorm?
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revised How should I set up a gateway to restrict internet traffic in a college dorm?
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asked How should I set up a gateway to restrict internet traffic in a college dorm?
Aug
8
comment Dealing with the aftermath when a domain's “administrative contact” disappears?
Company A has done sent scanned copies of owner's ID, business license, etc. to the abovementioned address, as well as via certified mail to GoDaddy. We'll see how this pans out.
Aug
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comment Dealing with the aftermath when a domain's “administrative contact” disappears?
And thanks so much--- I can set up compute clusters-- this whole computers connected to outside world on public networks thing is still a bit new.
Aug
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comment Dealing with the aftermath when a domain's “administrative contact” disappears?
bill@nanorift.net gets to me.
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accepted Dealing with the aftermath when a domain's “administrative contact” disappears?
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asked Dealing with the aftermath when a domain's “administrative contact” disappears?
Jul
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accepted How do you secure Macintosh clients in an open-access computer lab?
Jun
11
answered Recursive move utility on Unix?
Jun
10
answered Naming convention for PC in a network
Jun
10
asked How do you secure Macintosh clients in an open-access computer lab?
Jun
9
answered How secure does my home windows network really need to be?
Jun
9
comment What is good about the BSDs?
Nice thing about benchmarks is that there are so many to choose from. For networking/filtering tasks, I've used BSD with better results than Linux--- for numerical modeling, I've used Linux or Solaris with the Sun Studio compiler suite.... it's all a matter of figuring out what's the best tool for the job.
Jun
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answered Remote Support Software Recommendations
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comment How do you do the offsite hard drive backups?
It was a hard lesson to learn.
Jun
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answered How do you do the offsite hard drive backups?
Jun
8
comment Recommended embedded linux device for light server and learning
I've learned a lot about dealing with 'limited resources' by taking a cast-off desktop PC from work, installing NetBSD on it, and using that as an auxillary testbed for some of my code-- if I can get things to run acceptably well on an old Celeron 433 with 64MB of RAM, it should do well on more modern boxes. It's also rather easy to throw a *BSD or a lightweight Linux distribution on a low-end system and throw it in a closet if you need a quick single-purpose server for stuff like network monitoring.