Monthly Archives: May 2014

Free South Korea Tours at Incheon Airport

Most travellers don’t like airline layovers, but I try to make the most of them. On my latest trip to Asia, I had an 11 hour layover at modern Incheon Airport in South Korea, so what to do? The arrival … Continue reading

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svDevOps: The Future of Configuration Management with Mark Burgess

Mark Burgess, CTO & co-founder of CFEngine, gave a talk on his Promise Theory at SVDevOps tonite. Dr. Burgess had problems connecting with the audience of mostly sysadmins, probably because of a lack of concrete examples, reminiscent of Hans Reiser’s … Continue reading

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SVLUG: SSH: Tips and Tricks

Tonite at the Silicon Valley Linux Users Group (SVLUG), Jess Males gave an interesting talk on “SSH: Tips and Tricks”, including uncommon options, creating tunnels and running remote commands like tcpdump. Jess was an East Coast sysadmin who worked at … Continue reading

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