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Doughnut Rules of Acquisition – Standard Practices

I found the following document in one of my old archives. I thought I would share. Enjoy. DOUGHNUT ACQUISITION STANDARD PRACTICES DEPARTMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS [ Company Name ] Document Number D0N4T-COMPANY Effective Date: [insert date here] Table of Contents 1.0 PURPOSE 3 1.1 SCOPE 3 1.2 DOUGHNUT COORDINATOR 3 1.2.1 COORDINATOR APPOINTMENT 3 1.2.2 COORDINATOR QUALIFICATIONS …

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Setting up minicpan

There are a lot of directions for this on the web. They missed a few things. Here are my directions references: http://cpan.org You will need about 2G of space. These instructions assume a fedora  operating system. install CPAN::Mini # yum search cpan # yum install perl-CPAN-Mini.noarch Go to http://search.cpan.org/~rjbs/CPAN-Mini-1.111011/bin/minicpan and down load the minicpan shell script …

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Why the use of DNS “short names” should not be used as a strategy

The purpose of this post is to discuss why short names are not a good strategy. First lets define a few terms. DNS – Domain Name System, simply put, an application that translates computer names into ip addresses. IP address – Internet Protocol address – basically the numerical designation of a computer. Think of it …

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