Monthly Archives: September 2006
For well over a year now, I’ve been wondering why Bayes worked in my manual scans when I ran a piece of mail that made it through mailserver’s filters. It appears that spamd and the manual scan weren’t producing the exact same results. In order to get spamd working as well as a manual scan, … Continue reading
I rolled back Spamassassin from 3.2 to 3.1.5 since 3.2 wasn’t catching some spam, and not showing some results under debug mode. I managed to get the fuzzyocr plug-in 2.3b working again under 3.1.5. I just had to change some settings for it to work again. The ocr doesn’t kick in unless other scores are … Continue reading
I’m trying out the development version of Spamassassin 3.20. I’ll see how it does this week as it is a development version and not a stable version, but I know how to roll things back if it’s unstable. For the moment, it appears to be running quickly and correctly.
Some Good News Arrives at Last for a Bad News Bear – New York Times “I remember even from his teenage days he looked like somebody who had lived,” Mr. Zaillian said. “I didn’t really know what to expect, in terms of what kind of person he would be. I had really no idea even … Continue reading
AMD Athlon™ 64/FX Processor Utilities & Updates Upon installing Company of Heroes, I was told to download the dual core optimizer on this page. The message didn’t give the link so I have to do some searching to find it.
Sumo Glue Super Strong Glue I love using glue, and I’ve used my share of epoxies and superglues. This glue was the first foaming expanding polyurethan glue I’ve used, and it did a good job of repairing my daughter’s sole which was peeling away from her upper at the front of the shoe. Epoxies are … Continue reading
PBS | I, Cringely . September 14, 2006 – Swimming With Sharks But Blu-ray and HD-DVD are both deploying slowly and there’s a risk that they’ll destroy each other with market confusion, so then what? Then the iPod, that’s what. Apple can present to its studio buddies the idea that iPods are perfectly good movie … Continue reading
Synchronize! Pro X Intro Native on Intel Macs – Synchronize! Pro X runs natively on Intel Macs. Bootable backups can be made to both FireWire and USB 2.0 external hard drives. Intel Macs will boot from backups on either type of drive, while PPC Macs will not boot from USB drives. This is great news … Continue reading
server reached –max-clients setting | SpamAssassin | users Based off this thread, I’ve decided to round robin my Spamassassin children. I’m giving them a max connection setting of 20 so they’re killed before any one of the children starts eating up too much memory.
Slashdot | Mold-a-Rama Machines Still Alive and Kicking Ah, this brings back childhood memories of the smell of Mold-a-Rama machines when I was a child in the Chicago area. It was always a treat to watch those machines work when I visited a zoo or a museum. I don’t believe they’re still working.