Articles by Carla Schroder 

Security Through Obscurity? It's Not All Bad

We all know "security through obscurity" is a bad if it's your answer to every security problem. But just a little never hurt anyone.

Hone Your Scripting With a Regexp Toolbox

Regular expressions are the power tools of shell scripting. Here are a few to help with your administrative tasks.

VoIPowering Your Office: Backing Up Your Linux Server

This task can be largely automated—once you've properly set it up. Here's how.

Microsoft's Patent on a Pile of Baloney

Opinion: Vigorous defense of patents or shrill play for protection money? Carla Schroder has her suspicions.

Linux Wi-Fi: Supercharge a Buffalo (Part 2)

The DD-WRT wireless router project brings the flexibility and power of Linux to inexpensive Wi-Fi gear. This week, learn how to secure it and tune it for speed.

Linux Wi-Fi: Supercharge a Buffalo

Best of ENP: The DD-WRT wireless router project brings the flexibility and power of Linux to inexpensive gear.

VoIPowering Your Office: Backing Up the SipX Server

SipX has its own archiving utilities; simple, easy to learn, but different from the familiar Linux/Unix ones.

Linux Hardware Management Prepares for Liftoff

After years of conflicting implementations and frustrating shortcomings, Linux hardware management is prepped to leave the oxcart behind and reach for the stars.

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