Archive for November, 2004

Coldfusion MX on Linux

Having trouble getting Coldfusion MX 6.1 started on Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 3? Well, then I found the solution. For some reason, some time after everything was all setup and running, Coldfusion refused to start. All I got was an error message in the log files like this: ./coldfusionmx: line 1: 16766 Segmentation […]

Fedora Core 3

A couple of days ago Fedora Core 3 was released. I used Bittorrent to download the DVD iso and the CD iso images. If anyone wants a local copy, let me know and I can point you to it. Now today I have installed my first FC3 system. One interesting aspect of FC3 is SElinux. […]

FireFox 1.0

In case you missed it, Firefox 1.0 was released today. You can get it locally here: For Windows users: For Mac users: For Linux users: If you are unfamiliar with Firefox, see the following links for more information. Basically it is a really nice web browser built from Mozilla.

Wireless Update

In our pursuit to ever increase our wireless coverage on campus, we have added an access point to Confer. Almost all of the 3rd floor of Confer and Vickner is covered well. On the second floor the middle 1/3 of the combined building is well covered. And on the 1st floor the very middle section […]

Email Certificates

I had a couple of requests last night about how to get a certificate for use with email such that you can digitally sign messages and send encrypted email. For the past few years I have been using a free personal email certificate from thawte. For more information take a look at Thawte’s personal email […]