Welcome to scottlinux.com – a place to geek out
Primarily a Linux blog though other geeky topics can be found!
Scott lives in Raleigh, NC USA where he works at Red Hat.
This is a personal blog. Content and postings on this site are my own and do not represent opinions of Red Hat, Inc.
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Scott’s emails have been featured twice on Security Now:
Security Now 251 | 1:26:35
http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-251.htm (removed from transcript)
Security Now 282 | 1:09:05
Emails from Scott are often read on the Linux Action Show, TechSNAP, BSD Now, and others:
BSD Now 20 | 1:04:06
TechSNAP 163 | 1:03:00
Coder Radio 103 | 11:30:00
TechSNAP 285 | 38:20
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