The first time I sat in front of a Unix system was late in the ninetees, in 1997, and it was inside the computer room of the Faculty of Physics in the USC. The box was a Solaris diskless workstation connected to a big SUN Sparc server, I used to play a little with CDE, Netscape and some shells.
This site is an effort to publish and share some of the base knowledge I have gathered through all this years, so take a look around and I hope you would find the contents useful.
- OpenBSD package deletion, the dirty way
- Doing some magic with images
- Multi-port install in OpenBSD
- Mounting dd dumped images as usual filesystems
- Changing your foint of view
- OpenSSH passwordless connections, the quick way
- who is getting a rest?
- Keeping your Zope servers in sync
- Quick mailing list using Sendmail and Python
- SSH Chroot in FreeBSD