pycrc v0.9 released06 January 2016Version 0.9 of pycrc is a feature release. This version adds the experimental --slice-by option which can improve the calculation speed of the table-driven algorithm significantly.
Using Let's Encrypt in manual mode07 November 2015This short guide is for people who want to have their web site certified by Let's Encrypt but can't or don't want to use the fully automated method of the letsencrypt tool. This text describes how to generate a private key and a certificate signing request for multiple domains, and finally how to use the letsencrypt command to submit the CSR. None of the described steps (apart from installing the private key and the certificate) require superuser privileges and they can be carried out on a separate machine. Note: See also the newer article about auto-renewal of Let's Encrypt certificates with acme_tiny. More…
pycrc v0.8.3 released31 August 2015Version 0.8.3 of pycrc is a minor bugfix release. This version adds some performance optimisations in the table-driven code and improves the compatibility with C++ in the function signature of the crc_update() function. The experimental --bitwise-expression option was removed to improve future restructuring of the code. The pycrc project now has its own home: pycrc.org.
SpamAssassin with MySQL06 December 2014The mail server for this domain has been using SpamAssassin for quite some time using a file-based back-end for dynamic data. However I ended up with a corrupted Bayes database on a regular basis. So I decided to configure SpamAssassin to store the user configuration and all volatile data like the auto-whitelist and Bayes database in MySQL. This post briefly describes my setup. More…
pycrc v0.8.2 released04 December 2014Version 0.8.2 of pycrc is a bugfix release. It contains some fixes accumulated over the past year. Especially users which are using polynomials with a width less than 8 or greater than 32 might want to have a look at this release as it fixes some problems with the generated code.
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