@nihl But I do what I must.
@xmanmonk I am going to see Joker tomorrow. Did you see it by any chance?
@xmanmonk Hey! How are you doing, man? I know I've been off of mastodon for a minute. Things have been, well to put it mildly, crazy.
Well, that was very anti-climactic! Can you believe that the CCNA curriculum does not even discuss IPSEC!? It goes to the trouble of showing you how to create a GRE tunnel but they fucking forgot the whole security side. What a crock of shit! In fact the whole module on the WAN side of things is lacking. It's just a survey really. Good thing I've been doing networking with BSD for the past 20 years.
@nihl You're farther ahead than me! I can barely write shell scripts! 😜
Gilles Chehade is right about running your own email server being fairly easy. It's not as difficult as the Big Corp Email peoples want you to believe!
Eric Faurot (eric@) has released libasr 1.0.3, a portable version of his asynchronous resolver library.
A lot of people don't know that Eric's libasr has been OpenBSD's libc resolver for many years. All POSIX/legacy resolver functions are implemented on top of it.
libasr became the default libc resolver implementation in OpenBSD 5.4, API became public with 5.6, having been in development since before 5.2.
Very descriptive commit message, but here's where the old BIND4 resolver APIs were purged!
@sungo Actually, in some circles I've seen the term nerd equated with incel and neckbeard.
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