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Please update your links

This page has been moved to http://lug.wsu.edu/wireless.  Please inform the webmaster of the linking site.

Thank you.

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Gentoo and/or Manual WSU Wireless PEAP Configuration

Setting your clock


Before beginning, make sure that your clock is current. This can be done either through GNOME/KDE or with the `date` command. An out of date clock will fail to validate the certificate.

Installing the prerequisite packages.


Most distributions come with the prerequisite packages. Verify that wpa_supplicant is installed. (Different distributions may have slightly different names for the package.)

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Google Summer of Code

So most of you know what Google's Summer of Code is. If not, go read up on it: http://code.google.com/soc/2007/

A PostgreSQL representative recently contacted me looking for students for the Summer 2008 program. If you are interested in being paid to contribute to the best open source database this summer, let me know and I'll get you hooked up.

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Ubuntu VPN Graphical Howto (up to date as of 7.10)

To begin, make sure that the pptp package for network manager (network-manager-pptp) is installed using synaptic package manager.


Start configuring by clicking (not rightclicking) on the network manager icon in the top menubar, then select Configure VPN under VPN connections.


Click add


Click Next

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Myths, Lies, and Truths about the Linux kernel

Most of you will be familiar with the name Greg Kroah-Hartman. If not, go google for a bit. We'll wait.

Now that you're back, here's the text from his 2006 OLS Keynote. It's a good read, especially to those not familiar with kernel development.

http://www.kroah.com/log/linux/ols_2006_keynote.html

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