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== Welcome! ==
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=== 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.
  
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I will be attending BSDCan this year! If you'd like to meet up, drop me an [mailto:ecrist@secure-computing.net email].
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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 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.
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== Popular Articles ==
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# [[OpenVPN]]
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# [[OpenVPN/Routing]]
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# [[mtree]]
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# [[OpenLDAP]]

Latest revision as of 11:33, 27 November 2010

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.

I will be attending BSDCan this year! If you'd like to meet up, drop me an email.

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.

Popular Articles

  1. OpenVPN
  2. OpenVPN/Routing
  3. mtree
  4. OpenLDAP