I used Squidguard at my prior company and it was a fairly easy system to manage. However, my old company was a Linux shop and my current environment is heavily Microsoft-leaning. Can a rogue Linux server be implemented in this environment without wreaking havoc on our team?
Most of our FTP clients send order data on a predetermined schedule. We might, for example, receive order files at 7:00 am, noon, and 3:00pm each day. If files come at a fixed time, we can write processes that are scheduled to run at a fixed time also, so that the entire process is automated.… Read More »
I recently spent a weekend upgrading a Linux machine from RHEL 4.8 to RHEL 5.3. It was not a fun experience. First, we tried to do an in-place upgrade. RedHat allows this, but recommends against it. The box rebooted fine, but apache wouldn’t start up. During a call to RedHat support (wonderfully friendly group, btw),… Read More »