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== Welcome! ==
 
== Welcome! ==
Welcome to the Secure Computing Networks wiki.  Our goal is to produce a resource for Unix, Mac, and Windows Systems Administrators with information on configuration, trouble-shooting and utilities for easier use and management of their systems and networks.
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Welcome to the Secure Computing Networks wiki.  Our goal is to produce a resource for Unix, Mac, and Windows System Administrators with information on configuration, trouble-shooting, and utilities for easier use and management of their systems and networks.
  
New user registration has been enabled along with anonymous editsIf you want credit for your work, please register.
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== Background ==
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The SCN Wiki got started as a personal project of mine, to store all the various configuration and trouble-shooting data I acquire in my job as a FreeBSD Administrator, and as an ad-hoc developerOver time, I started doing more complete write-ups for things such as [[OpenVPN]] and [[OpenLDAP]].  Today, I get a modest 4,000 hits per day to these complete articles.
  
Please update [[Special:Wantedcategories]] with your desired topics and categories.
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== Contributions ==
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I would like to encourage anyone to contribute.  I allow anonymous edits, but anyone is welcome to register.  Everything that is posted here is public domain, and freely available and editable.
  
You can learn how to install the Secure Computing Networks Root CA at [[SCN-Root]],
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Thanks!

Revision as of 10:25, 4 February 2009

Welcome!

Welcome to the Secure Computing Networks wiki. Our goal is to produce a resource for Unix, Mac, and Windows System Administrators with information on configuration, trouble-shooting, and utilities for easier use and management of their systems and networks.

Background

The SCN Wiki got started as a personal project of mine, to store all the various configuration and trouble-shooting data I acquire in my job as a FreeBSD Administrator, and as an ad-hoc developer. Over time, I started doing more complete write-ups for things such as OpenVPN and OpenLDAP. Today, I get a modest 4,000 hits per day to these complete articles.

Contributions

I would like to encourage anyone to contribute. I allow anonymous edits, but anyone is welcome to register. Everything that is posted here is public domain, and freely available and editable.

Thanks!