Re: Linux clients in network - experiences?
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Adrian 'Dagurashibanipal' von Bidder <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Paul, thanks for your answers!
No problem. You might want to submit your public key to
x-hkp://pgp.mit.edu/ so others may fetch it.
>> Oh, please tell me it's my call center you're doing this to! Win2000
>> is killing my stats and Citrix lag and an overburdended webserver with
>> *everything* on it is the one thing really putting a cramp on my stats
>> at this point.
> Well, tell me your address and I'll raid your company some night and convert
> it to Debian. :-)
I'm in Portland, and if you can't figure it out from there, you don't
need to know. 8:o)
>> Why would anybody who has a single machine and a PDA to synch with
>> kpilot ever need server functionality?
> schedule meetings in a group, accessing each others calendar files?
I'm not sure, you might look into that since I'm not at home and won't
be until Thursday.
>> Most CRM managers I've met have been pinheads. But most of them
>> worked for Stream.
> CRM managers - the people or the software? :-)
People. The software isn't much better.
>> Fingerprints are a bad idea for authentication for anything beyond
>> tracking someone (ie, crime investigation).
> Preaching to the choir... :-) Yes, I share your opinion here. Working at a
> fingerprint shop for some time has also given me a feeling for the false
> acception/rejection rates, and imho these are not tolerable, especially if
> you're in a hurry and sweating but just *need* to log on now...
Until a safe-for-use retina scanner happens, I really don't
realistically see any biometric identification happening.
.''`. Paul Johnson <email@example.com>
: :' :
`. `'` proud Debian admin and user
`- Debian. Because it *must* work. debian.org aboutdebian.com
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