The FreeBSD Diary: 2009-07-11

Dan Langille dan at
Sat Jul 11 23:10:21 UTC 2009

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2-Dec : Obscuring smtp auth headers
     If you consider your smtp-auth location to be private, this is what you want.

29-Nov : OpenVPN - creating a routed VPN
     If you have multiple VPN clients, this is a practical solution.

27-Nov : Creating your own Certificate Authority
     How to create a CA and generate your own SSL certificates

27-Nov : OpenVPN - getting it running
     Using OpenVPN to create a secure pathway between home and office

5-Oct : Removing dead mailing lists from Mailman
     Mailing lists can outlive their usefulness

30-Aug : gmirror - recovering from a failed HDD
     an HDD failed.  gmirror to the rescue.

6-Jul : ezjail - A jail administration framework
     This makes jails easier

24-Jun : Adding gmirror to an existing installation
     Adding RAID-1 to an existing FreeBSD 7 installation

20-Mar : ThinkPad x61s
     Unpacking the box, installing PC-BSD

17-Mar : Using two monitors with
     The GeForce 8600 GT with two monitors

Dan Langille
BSDCan - - BSD Conference

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