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Monday, 8/14/2000:Midnight 1AM 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Noon 1PM 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

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10:00PMClinton uses his last speech to look back and look ahead
LOS ANGELES - Looking every bit the conquering hero, President Clinton claimed the spotlight at the Democratic National Convention last night for the final time to glorify the last eight years and to reject Texas Gov. George W. Bush's contention that he and Vice President Gore had coasted through them.
The Philadelphia ...
 
10:00PMDesigning an LDAP Directory Tree
15 Aug 2000: The LDAP man tells us how to Design an LDAP Directory Tree."The better your initial directory structure, the less likely it is to need revamping later. In general, you'll want to design your directory so individual entries won't have to be moved from one tree to another. You'll probably find that a fairly shallow structure works best, one where each branch of the tree contains objects that are unlikely to move much, if at all. Consider the following, a directory tree for the fictional foobar.com. They've taken about ayear rolling out their LDAP directory in stages, gradually basing more and more services on LDAP along the way."
RootPrompt.org --...
 
10:00PMApache Guide: Apache Authentication, Part 4
15 Aug 2000: Apache Today talks about how to automate Apache security with Perl in Apache Guide: Apache Authentication, Part 4."One of the things that is going to come in very handy in managing user and password lists is the ability to encrypt a password. The good news is that Perl has a built-in function to do just this. It's called crypt. In order to use it, you need to understand a few things."
RootPrompt.org --...
 
10:00PMUsing NetBSD (part 3): Setting up printing
15 Aug 2000: BSD Today tells us how to set up printing under NetBSD."The lpf filter wasn't installed on my system so I went to the /pub/NetBSD-current/src/usr.sbin/lpr/filters/ directory on the NetBSD FTP site and retrieved it. I compiled it by issuing the 'make' command and then copied the binary into the /usr/libexec directory."
RootPrompt.org --...
 
10:00PMEmulating Netware in Linux
15 Aug 2000: You can have Linux emulate other operating systems, so that their respective clients can log into it. For example, you can configure Samba and have Windows clients log into it. You can configure NFS and connect it to other Linux or Unix machines. You can also configure it to act as a NetWare server, so that Windows machines running NetWare clients can access it. Clients would consider it another NetWare server and be able to do file and printer sharing. This is a good solution if you have a NetWare network and want to use a new linux server. Let's see how to configure Linux to act as a NetWare server.Read here
RootPrompt.org --...
 
10:00PMThere is NO LOTR movie preview in the Total Movie magazine's giveaway DVDTheOneRing.Net
 
10:00PMPhang-nga Vice-Governor Chairs Meeting Searching For Compromise On Drag-Net Issue
Authorities in Phang-nga Province asking government officials and Phang-nga drag-net fishermen for cooperation and to change from drag-nets to environmentally healthier drift-nets.
Phuket Thailand News
 
10:01PMWeblog rage!
I'm a very angry blogger
NeoFlux
 
10:01PMLast Netgear's FA410TX pcmcia ethernet card and FreeBSD 4.x
Instructions on how to get this card working under FreeBSD 4
The FreeBSD Diary
 
10:01PMA Jewish Museum Mired in Dissent Struggles to Be Born in Berlin
New York Times Aug 14 2000 11:09PM ET
moreover...
 
10:01PMHakkinen Praises SchumacherTotal F1
 
10:01PMMinardi Respond To CriticismTotal F1
 
10:01PMJordan Backs CoulthardTotal F1
 
10:01PMSchuey Ready To ChaseTotal F1
 
10:01PMHakkinen Talks Down The ChampionshipTotal F1
 
10:02PMBBC News | SCI/TECH | Spy in your pocket.

The next generation of mobile phones will make it much easier for the police to carry out covert surveillance of citizens, say civil liberty campaigners.

They warn that the combination of location revealing technology built into the phones and rights given to the police under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act mean the owners of such phones can be watched.

[ ... ]

He (Caspar Bowden, director of the Foundation for Information Policy Research) said the RIP Act regards the information used to locate phones as "communications data" and says police do not need a warrant to obtain it.

Privacy Digest
 
10:02PMCNET.com - News - E-Business - Toysrus.com drops tracking service amid pressure.

Toysrus.com has stopped using a controversial marketing service after the online toy store was accused of releasing personal customer data.

Following two class-action lawsuits filed against Toysrus.com, the site posted a revised privacy policy late last week to address its relationship with Coremetrics, a 5-month-old marketing company that analyses customer habits on the Web.

Privacy Digest
 
10:02PMMSNBC - Verizon site exposed customer data.

Already suffering pressure from an ongoing customer service worker strike, Verizon Communications had to remove a customer service self-help Web site on Sunday because it exposed some customers' private information.

And they wonder why I don't trust them when the make assurances that they have everything covered and that nothing could go wrong ... go wrong ... go wrong...

Privacy Digest
 
10:02PMOn-the-fly subtitler (modified)Halfbakery
 
10:02PMwww.inefficiency.org (modified)Halfbakery
 
10:02PMpunch-ball (modified)Halfbakery
 
10:02PManti-depressants for anti-Semitic individuals (modified)Halfbakery
 
10:02PMGood plastic spoons (modified)Halfbakery
 
10:02PMSwitch on and play (modified)Halfbakery
 
10:02PMCheese Tenderiser (modified)Halfbakery
 
10:02PMDaily notes last updated Mon Aug 14 20:48:31 2000Flutterby!
 
10:02PMWorld: Colombia Army Frees Another Hostage
01:27 ET - AP
NewsBlip.com
 
10:02PMU.S.: Clinton Takes Long Televised Walk to Stage Center
01:10 ET - Reuters
NewsBlip.com
 
10:02PM

Cool link! Hell, maybe I'm out of *the loop*, but I haven't seen Linux Artist till now, and it looks like a very handy and well-organized site for all things art ala Linux. Cool beans! >:]

blackholebrain
 
10:02PMBusiness: Citigroup Poised for Record Samurai Issue
01:24 ET - Reuters
NewsBlip.com
 
10:02PMTechnology: IBM Says It Develops Most Advanced Quantum Computer
01:20 ET - Reuters
NewsBlip.com
 
10:02PMNews from CNN.com
 
10:02PMcurrently readingThe Listology
 
10:02PMBoredomEmulation Sphere
 
10:03PMMultiProxy 0.8 ReleasedBetaNews.Com
 
10:03PMXdrive Desktop Application 2.2 Beta ReleasedBetaNews.Com
 
10:03PMRage Against The Machine Kicks Hard Outside Democratic National ConventionSiteScour MP3 Mag...
 
10:03PMPRNewswire: TurboLinux to Use SGI'S... High-Performance Compiler Technology In IA-64 EffortLinux Today
 
10:03PMPRNewswire: Powerful Active Resource Management... Available for Enterprise Linux for First TimeLinux Today
 
10:03PMBW: Perle First to Offer Dial-Out Modem Pooling Client for Linux UsersLinux Today
 
10:03PMBW: HP Expands Commitment to Linux; New Products and Services Advance Linux...Linux Today
 
10:03PMDesigning an LDAP Directory Tree
15 Aug 2000: The LDAP man tells us how to Design an LDAP Directory Tree."The better your initial directory structure, the less likely it is to need revamping later. In general, you'll want to design your directory so individual entries won't have to be moved from one tree to another. You'll probably find that a fairly shallow structure works best, one where each branch of the tree contains objects that are unlikely to move much, if at all. Consider the following, a directory tree for the fictional foobar.com. They've taken about ayear rolling out their LDAP directory in stages, gradually basing more and more services on LDAP along the way."
RootPrompt.org --...
 
10:03PMApache Guide: Apache Authentication, Part 4
15 Aug 2000: Apache Today talks about how to automate Apache security with Perl in Apache Guide: Apache Authentication, Part 4."One of the things that is going to come in very handy in managing user and password lists is the ability to encrypt a password. The good news is that Perl has a built-in function to do just this. It's called crypt. In order to use it, you need to understand a few things."
RootPrompt.org --...
 
10:03PMUsing NetBSD (part 3): Setting up printing
15 Aug 2000: BSD Today tells us how to set up printing under NetBSD."The lpf filter wasn't installed on my system so I went to the /pub/NetBSD-current/src/usr.sbin/lpr/filters/ directory on the NetBSD FTP site and retrieved it. I compiled it by issuing the 'make' command and then copied the binary into the /usr/libexec directory."
RootPrompt.org --...
 
10:03PMEmulating Netware in Linux
15 Aug 2000: You can have Linux emulate other operating systems, so that their respective clients can log into it. For example, you can configure Samba and have Windows clients log into it. You can configure NFS and connect it to other Linux or Unix machines. You can also configure it to act as a NetWare server, so that Windows machines running NetWare clients can access it. Clients would consider it another NetWare server and be able to do file and printer sharing. This is a good solution if you have a NetWare network and want to use a new linux server. Let's see how to configure Linux to act as a NetWare server.Read here
RootPrompt.org --...
 

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