Ottawa Valley SAGE

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May 12, 2002 - 1 minute read - Comments

OCUUG Meeting this Tuesday night.

This is a reminder for those interested… So what is the OCUUG? The Ottawa Carleton Unix Users Group (OCUUG) is a group of hobbyists and professionals who have an interest in Unix-like operating systems. By Unix, we mean any operating system which is Unix-like and we will refer to this as *NIX. Everyone with similar interests is welcome. OCUUG provides an open forum to discuss *NIX related topics . The meetings and topics are driven by the interests of the

Apr 22, 2002 - 3 minute read - Comments

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On Mon, Apr 22, 2002 at 10:03:14AM -0400, Scott Murphy wrote: From: Adrian Chung Reply-To: ovsage@yahoogroups.com To: Ottawa Valley SAGE Subject: [ovsage] Centralized password databases. Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2002 21:19:07 -0400 … I’m tending towards an rsync of the shadow/password files, or a custom script that merges password change differences for entries in the password database. You can rsync across an ssh tunnel, so that would protect your

Apr 22, 2002 - 2 minute read - Comments

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Lots of useless header info stripped out From: Adrian Chung Reply-To: ovsage@yahoogroups.com To: Ottawa Valley SAGE Subject: [ovsage] Centralized password databases. Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2002 21:19:07 -0400 Aloha! I’m looking to co-locate a server that will act as a web and mail server. I’ve currently got a server on my LAN doing this, but I’m soliciting advice on how best to achieve a centralized authentication scheme once it’s moved.

Apr 21, 2002 - 1 minute read - Comments

Centralized password databases.

Aloha! I’m looking to co-locate a server that will act as a web and mail server. I’ve currently got a server on my LAN doing this, but I’m soliciting advice on how best to achieve a centralized authentication scheme once it’s moved. Ultimately I’d like to have users able to set their passwords using one mechanism that is tied to a database shared between both the co-lo server and any servers running here.

Apr 15, 2002 - 1 minute read - Comments

April Meeting Announcement

Details for the next meeting of Ottawa Valley SAGE. Location: Exit Certified 85 Albert St., Suite 1200 Second building on NE corner of Metcalfe and Albert Date: Thursday April 18, 2002 Time: 7:00PM Directions: Queensway Heading east or west, take the Metcalfe Exit and head north to Laurier or Albert. There is a public parking lot 2 blocks west on Laurier and another one block east. If you continue to Albert, you can park in the World Exchange Plaza

Apr 8, 2002 - 2 minute read - Comments

OCUUG arising from the dead...

Spring is in the air (at least that’s what they tell me) and the Ottawa Carleton Unix Users Group (OCUUG) is coming out of a long hibernation. If you are interested in Unix or Unix like operating systems, read on. So what is the OCUUG? The Ottawa Carleton Unix Users Group (OCUUG) is a group of hobbyists and professionals who have an interest in Unix-like operating systems. By Unix, we mean any operating system which is Unix-like and

Mar 24, 2002 - 1 minute read - Comments

March Meeting Minutes

Attendees: Scott Adrian Steve Kelly Topics covered: Steve finally gave his mystery talk about high availability and network redundancy using IP multipath under Solaris. ;) And, touched on how *not* to build a datacenter. Scott talked about the SAGE Code of Ethics (both the original[1], and revised version[2] which he had a part in), and the Ottawa Carleton UNIX Users Group (OCUUG) and what’s happening there. I touched briefly on my home network, and per protocol/flow based

Mar 21, 2002 - 1 minute read - Comments

Re Re March Meeting

Hi Scott, I was hoping to make it to tonight’s meeting, but I am currently fighting a cold (and the cold is winning)! I hope you have a good meeting anyway. Cheers, Ed — ovsage wrote: > We will be meeting at Exit Certified. > > You can park in the same location as you normally > do. > > The address is 85 Albert St., Suite 1200 > > Just go north two blocks from e-smith’s location on