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  • Shields, Carol. The Stone Diaries. Toronto: Random House, 1993. ISBN: 0394223624 (evanjones.ca)
    1993 ISBN 0394223624 about archive 2004 June 26 22 49 Sometimes brilliant and sometimes boring My favourite part was the random stuff at the end It touched me deeply and reminded me of a summer I spent in Ottawa while

    Original URL path: http://www.evanjones.ca/books/stone-diaries.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Debian Kernel Package Builder (evanjones.ca)
    and extract it using tar sparse xvjf kernelbuilder tar bz2 Stick the kernelbuilder ext2 disk image somewhere Install User Mode Linux packages exist for all distributions Put a kernel source package in some directory as a tar tar gz or tar bz2 Put a configuration file in this same directory with the name config Put a copy of kernelbuild defaults in this directory and modify it if needed For example

    Original URL path: http://www.evanjones.ca/software/kernelbuilder.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Hiding Email Addresses from Spammers (evanjones.ca)
    scheme replaces letters and symbols with HTML escapes so a becomes 097 I know this doesn t work because I recently created a new web site with encoded email addresses on it and I just received a spam at that address Maybe more complex schemes using JavaScript could work at least until a spam harvester implements Javascript Of course if a web browser can read it then a spammer can

    Original URL path: http://www.evanjones.ca/spam-encoding.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Jabber Authentication for Fire (evanjones.ca)
    Fire is an open source multi protocol instant messaging application for Mac OS X While trying to use it with my research group s Jabber server I discovered that its authentication was broken I read the Non SASL Authentication specification

    Original URL path: http://www.evanjones.ca/patches/fire-jabber-auth.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Donations of Web Space and Technical Support (evanjones.ca)
    people might need I love technology and I would love to help others make effective use of it Therefore this is my offer of a donation If you are running or organizing any sort of artistic or charitable or non governmental organization and you need some web space and some limited technical support get in touch with me If you are one of my friends I can hook you up too although I will probably ask you to help me share my costs don t worry it is very cheap Here is what I can offer Virtually unlimited web space Any number of domain names but you ll have to pay for them 15 year each Any number of email addresses POP IMAP and web mail access or forwarded elsewhere Technical support when things aren t working There are some limitations to what I can do My server is a little wimpy underpowered thing and I administer it myself so it won t be as good as something hosted by a real service provider However for small sites it works great I use it for all of my personal email and it runs my web site as well as the

    Original URL path: http://www.evanjones.ca/webspace-donation.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Debian Package for libspf-alt (evanjones.ca)
    support to Exim my mail server of choice This version of spfd is much smaller and faster than the Perl package I wasted a bunch of time making a Debian package for it To use SPF with Exim install libspf alt0 and libspf alt0 bin and then follow the directions included in usr share doc libspf alt0 README Debian Please report any successes or failures using these packages Binary Packages

    Original URL path: http://www.evanjones.ca/software/libspf-alt-debian.html (2016-04-30)
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  • The Future of Wireless Networks (evanjones.ca)
    access points and selling access but there are still exciting things going on in this field The first example is the town of Scottsburg Indiana USA The city decided to deploy its own high speed Internet service using 802 16 Wireless Metropolitan Area Network MAN technology The town has 6000 residents and Verizon decided it was too small to deploy DSL They currently have about 200 customers using their service The mayor also goes on to explain that high speed Internet access is critical to their community I can imagine that it is almost more critical in a rural region that it is in an urban region but I have no data to back that up There are also companies and individuals who are doing this sort of thing elsewhere Clay Shirky observes that the key reason behind this trend is that WiFi hubs and VoIP adapters allow the users to build out the edges of the network without needing to ask the phone companies for either help or permission A good example would be Cringely s article from this week Engines of Change It is a follow up on his article from last week which prompted my to write

    Original URL path: http://www.evanjones.ca/wireless-future.html (2016-04-30)
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  • Using PAM Authentication With Jabberd (evanjones.ca)
    and Administration guide has a brief paragraph describing how to use PAM in section 5 However they forgot to mention that you must disable digest authentication Digest authentication is nice in that it doesn t send your password in plain text over the wire However it is bad in that the server must store your plain text password Since Unix only stores password hashes in etc shadow digest won t

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