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OrangeCrate: When Penguins Roar

Jul 11, 2004, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Chuck Talk: Hi David, thanks for agreeing to an interview. It is appreciated. For my audience's sake, could you tell me a little bit about yourself and Roaring Penguin Software?

"David Skoll: I started Roaring Penguin Software in 1999 because I'd always wanted to be self-employed. One of my first contracts was to hook a customer's Linux firewall up to his DSL provider. 'Sure, no problem,' I said. Then I discovered PPPoE, and no good Linux PPPoE implementations. So I wrote rp-pppoe, which is now the de-facto standard PPPoE implementation in most Linux distros..."

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