Tag Archives: php

NamedManager 1.6.0

I’ve just finished up a few changes to NamedManager this weekend and released version 1.6.0. It provides a few bug fixes and small improvements, as well as the addition of support for IPv6 PTR (reverse) records, so you can now … Continue reading

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Having moved to AU means that I now have two cell phones – one with my AU SIM card and another with my NZ SIM card which I keep around in order to receive the odd message from friends/contacts back … Continue reading

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NamedManager 1.5.1

I’ve pushed a new release of NamedManager version 1.5.1, this release is a minor bug fix release providing: Bug fix for handling of TXT records, where extra slashes would be entered into the record due to an input validator bug. … Continue reading

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Presenting NamedManager

A while ago I had a project to build a DNS management application for a client, which has since been refined and improved further, and finally released as “NamedManager” now that I’ve had time to re-do the documentation for a … Continue reading

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Point & click Procmail with MailGuidance

Procmail is a rather old, but still very useful Unix/Linux application commonly used for writing mail filter rules on Linux servers. I typically use it for user-level filtering, such as defining mailbox filters for all my emails. It’s also useful … Continue reading

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Introducing FlatTraffic

FlatTraffic is an AGPL web interface for analyzing NetFlow records and showing statistics designed to make it clear and easy to determine which hosts of the network are consuming data. It’s still in beta stage, the application is functional and … Continue reading

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PHP Podcast Interview

Whilst at was at linux.conf.au I got interviewed by Steve from the Coding by Numbers podcast series, along with @LGnome about PHP, some of it’s background, future and general thoughts. Listen to episode 23 interview regarding PHP.

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