Archive for June, 2006

Wireless update for International

We added a couple more wireless access points to International yesterday to give the East side of that building better coverage.

Wireless in Complex

Last Friday, Ethan, Alison, and I finished up installing a grand total of 12 new wireless access points in Complex.  Now North, Gibbs, and Sorensen all should have decent wireless internet access.

Mac OSX 10.4.7 Update

It looks like the people at Apple released the 10.4.7 update today. It seems to be correcting a lot of little things, as well as a previously released security updates. For more information 10.4.7 Update Details Apple Security Updates

2006-2007 Academic Catalog

The Academic Catalog for the 2006-2007 school year is now available on the Gustavus website. Thanks to Jeremy Carlson for all of the hard work he has put into bringing this resource to the web. As always, if you find any errors or omissions, let us know. 2006-2007 Academic Catalog

Southwest Hall Wireless

Wireless is now in place in Southwest hall.  Yesterday Ethan, Joel, and I finished installing a total of 14 802.11g wireless access points, about 2 per floor per wing.  Initial testing shows that there is now good wireless coverage in most if not all of the dorm.  I was able to take my WIFI VOIP […]

Wire for Wireless

We just finished pulling more wire to places in Southwest hall where we are planning on putting wireless access points.  There will be 14 access points in all which will hopefully cover the entire dorm in a nice coating of 802.11g.

SpamAssassin Upgrade Again

Well, it was bound to happen.  Since I just recently finished upgrading SpamAssassin to version 3.1.2, they released 3.1.3 to fix a security hole.  So, SpamAssassin has been upgraded once again.  Here’s hopeing that this version is a good one.

Spamassassin Upgrade

This morning I upgraded our version of Spamassassin from 3.1.1 to 3.1.2.  No major changes with this release that I can see.  I also ran sa-update to get the most recent patterns and stuff.  Hopefully this will help it catch even more of those stock spams we are seeing these days.