Sam's home page on this here internet thing
You know when you buy new Italian salid dressing, and the oil and the spices are all separated in different layers? That is what good software architecture is supposed to look like. Now, shake up the bottle. That is what Microsoft software looks like.
My PGP key, for paranoid people who wish to contact me.
Art: pictures I have drawn, or otherwise computed.
Is This Image Illegal?: Renders an arbitrary number as an image.
Dotfiles: my configuration files for Bash, Vim, etc. Includes a fancy coloured prompt!
PasswordGeneration: generate passwords given alphabet and desired entropy
WritingManpages: useful links to documentation
Some notes on performing Continuous Integration builds of Debian packages
... and on my pbuilder firewall setup
Filtering Emails from Facebook based on the X-Facebook-Notify header
Debian cruft: cleaning up cruft on Debian systems
Debian Release file fields: the correct values to provide in your Release files
CUPS driver list: how CUPS decides which drivers are available
CUPS URL discovery: how CUPS discovers printers and resolves printer URLs
WindowsPrinterDiscovery: pointers to information about WS-Discovery and WS-Print
Booting your own kernel on DigitalOcean (also changing the init system to systemd)
A short, graphical guide to using software RAID with the Debian-Installer.
MailSystem: notes on configuring an email system with Exim, PostgreSQL, Dovecot IMAP, SpamAssassin, ClamAV and greylisting.
AlteringProcessName: how to alter the names of processes on Linux.
ApacheSecurity: various methods for configuring Apache to run virtual hosts as separate users.
SamsungQ45: my laptop, and notes on the problems I ran into installing and using Linux on it.
DVD quality reviews: reviews of the picture quality and DRM present on the DVDs I buy.
PortableFilenamesOnWindows: how Microsoft make it painful to write portable programs that deal with filenames, and what to do about it.
WindowsInstallFromUSB: throw out your DVD drive!
DisableCapsLockIndicator from the Widcomm Bluetooth stack