Since around 2002 or 2003, I have worked within the Linux community on
various projects. From Open Source Software (OSS) packages that I have written,
to tutorials, this is a partial list of the more significant projects that
I have worked on. Part of the beauty of Linux, and free software, is that
developers can build on an existing code foundation
Written in 2002, Pace-Check is a utility that searches through system logs
and finds cases where someone has tried to gain access to your server (non-legit),
then it saves them to a log, mails them to you, or sends them to stdout.
It supports Apache, Pro-FTPD, and others.
in 2002, Pace-IDS is an Intrusion Detection system designed to replace Tripwire,
in that it is faster, and more effective of detecting trojan activity, and
is easier to configure. All you have to do usually is simply change one
variable to your email address within the Pace-IDS configuration file.
Improve Exim Performance on a High Volume Mail Server: This tutorial
is one of my more popular tutorials, and it guides a System Administrator
through the configuration of Exim for the most optimal performance on a
high volume mail server.
System Administration- a Guide to Services and Duties of Administration,
From the Ground Up: This tutorial is my favorite tutorial that I wrote,
and it took about 6 months to write. It is basically a small book, and it
it's target audience is ideally Windows administrators who are migrating
to a Linux environment.
and Articles: This page contains links to all of the other tutorials
and articles that I have written. This page is updated with new articles
and tutorials as I write them.
Linux Videos: These videos are tutorials of how to use popular Open Source Software, and are updated fairly often (as I have time).