This blog is written by me, Trond Endrestøl. I live in Gjøvik, Norway, where I work as a system administrator.
In my line of duty, I manage systems such as Cisco routers, switches, and wireless, Dell laptops, desktops, and servers, HP laptops, desktops, servers, and printers, FreeBSD (mostly server systems, but also the occasional desktop system, usually my own), Microsoft Windows, Novell NetWare,
Océ Ricoh network photocopiers, and various other hardware and software in all shapes and sizes.
I’ll try and keep this blog a technical oriented blog, and try my very best to keep any controversial, political, and personal matters private.
My blog is divided between posts written in English and in Norwegian. Apologies to those who only know one of these languages.
Ben Rockwood once stated “My blog is not for you, it’s for me”. The same holds true for my blog. Should anything of interest happen in my professional life, anything worth sharing with the rest of the world, then I’ll probably write a few words and post it here.
Don’t be shy. Leave constructive comments if you have anything to say.
If you prefer to communicate in private, simply drop me an email at Trond
You may encrypt whatever you wish to communicate using my OpenPGP public key.
Also, I tend to hang out on IRC. You’ll find me on EFnet, and I bet you have already guessed what nick/handle I use.