[Alug] Announce digest, Vol 1 #24 - 2 msgs

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Today's Topics:

   1. Fwd: [Lugmaster] Senior Linux role (MJ Ray)
   2. Re: lug.org.uk server security (was Re: [lugmaster] Mailman  Security) (MJ Ray)

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Message: 1
To: announce at lists.alug.org.uk
From: MJ Ray <markj at cloaked.freeserve.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 10:13:36 +0100
Subject: [Alug Announce] Fwd: [Lugmaster] Senior Linux role

From: "Mark Lewis" <mark at lug.org.uk>
Subject: [Lugmaster] Senior Linux role
Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 08:29:02 +0100

Gentlemen,

I would not normally post 'jobs' to the list, however this chappie has the
courtesy to telephone me and ask how best to approach our members. It
appears it's a pretty decent Server Admin job in New York, responsible for
running some 100+ Redhat boxes for a bank.

Jason tells me it's a high calibre job with high a salary ticket, so
thought someone may be interested?

Perhaps if you are also happy, you may like to forward to your lists?

Regards,
Mark


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On 22/08/2002 at 15:50 Jason Yank <jyank at astoncarter.co.uk> wrote:

>Linux SA (NY)
>EAT, BREATH, SLEEP AND DRINK LINUX?
>I want to talk to you.
>New York based role - relocation necessary if applicable.
>New senior Linux SA role is live! in NY for our Investment banking client.
>Linux Computer Farm SA 
>Approx 100 Redhat 6 machines and +200 new Redhat machines supporting
custom
>software.
>Serious hard-core linux guru, +5 of linux development, building and
support
>in large commercial environment.
>Strong NFS, good automounter,
>Source code/kernel level tuning, unix internals/fundamentals.
>Role is NY based and will require relocation.
>Very strong communication skills, presentable, well educated and
>articulate!
>URGENT.....
>
>Regards,
>
>Jason Yank
>Senior Consultant
>Aston Carter Ltd.
>+44 (0)20-7739-5500
>+44 (0)7957-583-526
>jyank at astoncarter.co.uk
>www.astoncarter.co.uk
>
>


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Message: 2
To: announce at lists.alug.org.uk
Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2002 13:39:14 +0100
From: MJ Ray <markj at cloaked.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject: [Alug Announce] Re: lug.org.uk server security (was Re: [lugmaster] Mailman  Security)

[This message has also been posted.]
Tim Williams <T.M.Williams at cs.bham.ac.uk> wrote:
> I've got sPOP3 configured on my home system if you need help setting this
> up. Fetchmail works fine with sPOP3, not sure about other retreival
> clients though. Haven't needed to explicitly use the stunnel command to
> get it to work, although this may be happening transparently.

Retchmail also supports spop (and is much simpler and faster, but doesn't do
multidrop or other things fetchmail gets wrong itself).  APOP should be in
the snapshots now.  There is interest in someone updating fastforward to
support SSLing a port forward.  There's already SSL support in its stream
library, so shouldn't be too hard.  It's just that it's not been needed yet,
so no-one's written it.

Fastforward is a fast port forwarder that tries not to waste more CPU or
memory than absolutely necessary.  It's with retchmail at
http://open.nit.ca/ Maybe if you're not interested, someone in your LUG
might be?  Feel free to forward this request onwards.  Thanks.



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