Articles by Carla Schroder 

Viva Liberacion: A Guide to Nuking Spammers, Part 2

All the Bayesian filters, Perl scripts, blocklists, and hosting services do nothing to actually stop spam from proliferating; they merely prevent some of it from reaching your inbox. The second article in Carla Schroder's new two-part series takes a look at going beyond filtering and blocking by attacking spam at its source.

Viva Liberacion: A Guide to Nuking Spammers, Part 1

All the Bayesian filters, Perl scripts, blocklists, and hosting services do nothing to actually stop spam from proliferating; they merely prevent some of it from reaching your inbox. Carla Schroder's new two-part series takes a look at fighting spam from a different perspective -- cutting it off at the source.

Tame Your Wild Config Herds with CVS

Scripting is a powerful tool in a Linux/UNIX environment, but you can quickly lose track of the many scripts you create for specific circumstances. One way to record and track changes: CVS. Carla Schroeder explains how to set up and maintain a CVS repository.

New and Improved Router on a Floppy Disk: Freesco in 2003

Freesco has evolved and improved since Carla Schroder's initial look last year at the 'single floppy disk router.' In her latest article, Carla takes a second look at the updated, free alternative to Cisco routers for your lighter routing chores and for running lean, specialized servers.

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