Reading Rainbow: Episode 4

A friend of mine showed me the following site after a discussion over what language was best for a problem. They have “benchmark problems” to test efficiency, memory size, etc.

For those of you following the Hans Reiser case, he was convicted of killing his wife. This article goes into some detail over the case. The case was circumstantial at best.

Chad Perrin explains a few different ways to close of unwanted ports on your linux system. Explaining both inetd and xinetd and how to manage them as well as ways to track down things that aren’t managed by either or for systems that run neither.

Slackware 12.1 has been released. Now using the kernel (SMP and non-SMP) and with added features.

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I like computers... A lot. So I tend to spend a lot of time doing varied things with them. Often you'll find me playing with Python or PHP, fighting with operating systems, ranting about some off-the-wall concept, or preparing for zombies.
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