Posts Tagged ‘linux’

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016 at 11:31am

4 Days in the Life of a Firewall

Posted by Jordan Erickson in Linux, LNS Blogs, Open Source, Security, Technology Articles

I thought I’d share a screenshot of a firewall application that helps protect my public web + email server. This server hosts this domain (logicalnetworking.net) and a number of other domains.To me it symbolizes the constant barrage of attacks that public, Internet-facing servers and services face on a daily basis. The above log shows entries […]

Sunday, October 21st, 2012 at 11:03am

Linux/Cell phone storage read-only issue solved by simply rebooting phone

Posted by Jordan Erickson in LNS Blogs

Sometimes the simplest troubleshooting steps are the most effective. I am constantly reminding myself of the logical path to fix problems with technology, the most recent being with my own Debian system and how it interacted with my cell phone’s internal micro-SD card storage when connected via USB. I had recently “started over” with my […]

Monday, May 7th, 2012 at 9:57am

VIDEO: How Linux is developed

Posted by Jordan Erickson in Linux, LNS Blogs, Open Source, Software, Technology Articles

This video explains how Linux is developed. A much different model than many other software projects, Linux harnesses the power of collaborative development by thousands of developers across the world.

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