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Analyzing security vulnerabilities in Debian.

This will be a slightly longish post about what security vulnerabilities and how to find about them in Debian and what possible steps you could take to minimize fallouts once you know the vulnerabilities.
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A keynote, a panel and FOSS

Hi all,
This would be a sort of report of two events -Minidebconf at IIT Mumbai (January) and GNUnify 2015 which happened at SICSR, Pune. #IIT Minidebconf Mumbai 2015, #GNUnify 2015
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Faster DHCP, network-test and APG.

Hi all,
This would be about few things I have been wanting to document about my debian configuration for sometime now.
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Copyright, Privacy

This post shall cover some of the things I have known and been thinking about for a long time but have been not sure about it both, quite a bit of which have dealings with both Copyright and Privacy but independently.
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Kernel compilation and pesky mouse -2

This post attempts to chronicle the adventures in getting kernel 2.6.38 downloaded, compiled for self

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GNU/Linux primer 3 (hopefully the last one )

Hi all,

Sorry first of all for all the delay in the same. A certain malady made my computer sick, had to reformat my sytem which hadn’t been formatted since the Dapper days . I wanted to stick with it for a few days till ext4 was standardized and came on the installer but oh well, now just will wait for brtfs to be standardized as well. It would be cool to see what happens and what kind of latencies would be there.

Anyways coming back to the topic at hand, so quite a few questions were asked by people both publically as well privately as well. So rest of the blog-post would be answering queries people have sent in.

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