ferm is a tool to maintain and setup complicated firewall rules. It allows one to reduce the tedious task of carefully inserting rules and chains, thus enabling the firewall administrator to spend more time on developing good rules, and less time on the proper implementation of those rules. These rules will be executed by the preferred kernel interface, such as ipchains and iptables, and in one pass. Firewall rules can also be split into different files and loaded at will.
Lard is a Logging and Rotation Daemon that can replace the functionality of sysklogd and logrotate together. Logging is done almost exactly the same as syslogd, with added features such as regex matching and command triggers. Rotation can be triggered while the daemon is running safely by sending it a simple signal.
In case you're interested: there's a debian package available at ftp.debian.org, see the project homepage for it's exact location.
Why not to use IE???
The answer is simple as allways:
In order to use IE, you need to purchase Windows, thus paying $$ to Microsoft. Any viable alternative that's free will therefore (how clumsy, big or buggy) be a major alternative. Netscape (both linux and solaris) versions
I authored, who needs java? I'm happy, don't need all the
fuzz! Anybody got an argument why I should use IE???