Ah, backups… What a nice boring topic! Everyone agrees on the fact that a strong backup procedure is mandatory for any computer (server, workstation, PDA or anything else which carry data). But lot of us also agree to say that backup are so boring to perform and, even more, maintain!
During my holidays, I finally took the time to finish to read the book “IT Inventory and Resources Management with OCS Inventory NV 1.02” which covers the application with the same name. Even if the inventory of devices connected to a network is primarily a system administration task, it has
The very first version of the UNIX operating system was born in Augustus 1969! Its early name was Multics (“Multiplexed Information and Computing Service“). Years after years new branches started to build a huge family of different operating systems, all of them descending from the same origin. It has always
Next step in my investigations to implement a strong authentication process on my Linux laptop using the Yubikey. In a previous post, I explained how to use a Yubikey to authenticate on Linux with a PAM module. It works very well but, like I said in the previous article conclusion,
I got my new corporate notebook a few days ago and I’m now busy with the setup (an article will follow soon). I need to run a Windows XP guest in a VM. I’m a mobile user and never directly connected to the company LAN. I had to join the