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Sunday, March 05, 2006
links for 2006-03-05
here are many modules on the CPAN for slicing and dicing email, and we're going to take a whistlestop tour of the major ones. We'll also concentrate on an effort started by myself, Richard Clamp, Simon Wistow, and others, called the Perl Email Project, to
Around Easter last year, I finished writing the second edition of Advanced Perl Programming, a task that had been four years in the making. The aim of this new edition was to reflect the way that Perl programming had changed since the first edition. Much
With FUSE it is possible to implement a fully functional filesystem in a userspace program. Features include: * Simple library API * Simple installation (no need to patch or recompile the kernel) * Secure implementation * Userspace - kernel interface is v
AnywhereUSB is a network-enabled USB hub. It is the first remote networking solution to utilize RealPort® USB, Digi's patented USB Over IP® technology, making it easy to connect USB devices anywhere on a wired or wireless LAN, while eliminating the need
Set if perl bindings on CPAN that allow binding to the FUSE libraries from within Perl code. Basically allows file systems to be constructed under Linux using nothing more than Perl code and the FUSE kernel modules/libraries.
Perl module that allows you to connect to a SQL data source using DBI and then mount the datbase as a filesystem. This allows for standard filesystem tools to be applied angainst the database query. Intersting ides and a good example code for the use of
This research paper presents a technical overview of the technique known as DNS cache snooping. Firstly,
a brief introduction to DNS is made followed by a discussion on common misconceptions regarding DNS
sub-systems. Then this relatively unknown techni
This page lists online resources for collecting and processing crypto-strength randomness.