Upgrading sarge to unstable

When using sarge install media to bootstrap an i386 you want to wind up running unstable it’s worth remembering to install with linux26 rather than the default 2.4 kernel. None of the initrd construction methods appear to cope terribly well when generating a ramdisk for 2.6.14 on a system running 2.4 (to be fair, most […]

SAUCE is the norm

It’s rather depressing to realise that most of the features of SAUCE that people used to complain about are now standard features of mail servers. The greylisting algorithm it uses is still somewhat more complex and aggressive than most but I’m not convinced that the extra things it does actually make any kind of difference.