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Peter Andersson
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I've already got a female to worry about. Her name is the Enterprise.
-- Kirk, "The Corbomite Maneuver", stardate 1514.0

In my drawer I found a GPS reciever for my cellular, I have never used it because the GPS software in my phone is crap. But when I found it, I realized that it might work to connect it via bluetooth to my laptop so I could have a stratum 1 NTP server at home. […]

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If you want to have influence in what direction Nagios is going, you have the chance now. Ethan Galstad, the founder of Nagios has done a great job to open up the project and listening to input from the community. Go to http://ideas.nagios.org/ and vote or add the functionality you want in Nagios so others […]

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Filled Under: english, Hints, Nagios

The Merlin project was initially started to create an easy way to set up distributed Nagios installations allowing Nagios processes to exchange information directly as an alternative to the standard nagios way using NSCA. When starting the Ninja project we realised that we could continue the work on Merlin and adopt the project to function […]

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Happy with my sucess in my motion alarm project I wanted better resolution. In my stupidity I did not check if it was working with  Linux. I bought a Philips SPC230NC at a fair price/performance for my needs. I connected it to my box where I have my other web camera attached and dmesg showed […]

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Filled Under: Hints
13
May

I have just finnished reading the excellent book "Learning Nagios 3.0" by Wojciech Kocjan.

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Filled Under: Hints, Nagios
12
May

2 hours ago, Ethan Galstad the creator of Nagios sent an annoncement to nagios-announce@lists.sourceforge.net. Valued Nagios users and Community members -

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Filled Under: Nagios
11
May

A new project called Icinga has been created and alot of fuzz in the Nagios community has been created. Andreas Ericson one of the members of the Nagios steering board has written this to his blog:

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Filled Under: Links, Nagios
02
May

May 1, 2009. We are pleased to announce the official release of OpenBSD 4.5. This is our 25th release on CD-ROM (and 26th via FTP). We remain proud of OpenBSD’s record of more than ten years with only two remote holes in the default install.

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