The MemoPad Tutorial Implementation on gcc/pilrc/prc-tools
The Mind Manager. This is a tool to manage your mind. Your life. And your happiness.
I am now into Palm programming. This directory has how to set up palm development environment on RedHat Linux. Also included is the MemoPad from the Palm OS Tutorial, being written (by me) with prc-tools on Linux. (June 2001)
I am now trying to integrate smartcards into OpenSSH. Current patch is here. Nov. 11, 2000
Kerberos V5 / secure coprocessor (IBM 4758) integration design document 7/15/1999
I wrote this PAM-kerberos5 module for Linux-PAM. This archive includes binary, source and documents.
pam_krb5-6.1-1 is for RedHat-6.1 (12/9/1999)
Binary RPM pam_krb5-6.1-1.i386.rpm
Source RPM pam_krb5-6.1-1.src.rpm
Source tar.gz pam_krb5-6.1-1.tar.gz
pam_krb5-1.0-1 is for RedHat-5.2 (7/1/1997)
Binary RPM pam_krb5-1.0-1.i386.rpm
Source RPM pam_krb5-1.0-1.src.rpm
Source tar.gz pam_krb5-1.0-1.tar.gz
Please send information & comment to me. Thanks.
Curtis King ported my module to Solaris-2, and he keeps improving it. You can download it from here :).
Frank Cusack (firstname.lastname@example.org) said he wrote a better PAM-Kerberos5 module. Please consider his module as well.
This is my old project ... PAM like pluggable authentication module in Windows-NT. In short, it eases development and configuration of Windows NT authentication software. It implements similar functionality with PAM (Pluggable Authentication Module) in Windows-NT - Replaceable and security mechanism specific authentication modules, Configuration Tables, and so on. This supports following security mechanisms: Kerberos 4, Kerberos 5, and Netware 4.0. This archive also contains NI_GINA, which is a GINA works with NI_PAM.
NI_PAM is distributed freely. You can use it, modify it, redistribute it, or anything you want. Ni_pam.zip is an installation kit, install.txt explains how to install it, and ni_pam_src.zip is source distribution.
Because we have already finished this project, we cannot provide anything more than what we have here. But if you have questions, please send them to me. Thanks.
Choi, and I) implemented a Scalable, Reliable Multicast (SRM) toolkit in a
computer network course. People like it so much that they want to
use it. :) Please contact me (email@example.com) and Akira (firstname.lastname@example.org)
if you would like to give it a try. Thanks. :)
I have the project paper here. SRMtoolkit-finalReport.doc
The API is here.
The source code is here: robinson.tar.gz
Did you know I'm doing something IN PUBLIC? ^^; These are posters Demo SmartCard NI_PAM for the Future Computing Expo demo on 10/16/1997, in the University of Michigan.
HotOS-IIV review is here.
Well, I think you can tell from my picture & name, I am from Japan.
About the picture ... I'm in the left, and the other two are friends of mine in Japan. I took this shot by our lab's Mac. We spent long time just for chatting and playing computer games in the laboratory. ^^; Looking back, I was happy I guess.
Hobbies ... I like talking, listening (the Police (if you haven't listened "Synchronicity", you should.), Sting, U2, rhythm & blues, Rolling Stones, Shubert, etc.), reading books (Le Guin, Emily Bronte, Parl Buck, Sawako Ariyoshi, Rao Zu, Thomas Mann, Allan Silitor, etc.), Chinese poems (To Fen, Ro Yu, Li Bai, etc.), comics (I strongly recommend you to read Hokuto no Ken and Kyojin no Hoshi. But actually, Maison Ikkoku by Rumiko Takahashi is my eternal one-and-only life-changing favorite. ^^;), sports (soccer!, jog, tennis), watching sports (NBA. GO JAZZ!), cooking (I can cook only fried rice and curry rice ... I know it's a poor list, but I like cooking anyways.), walking in the rain and/or wind, and ... oh, I forgot to mention it, I can't live without computers. \^^;
Here's how I look like in these days. I'm in the middle of the back row. (August/2000)
My senpai in Nagoya-U, Mr. Kawai, and his friend John visited from
West Virginia. Here's
the photo we took in my favorite coffee shop in Ann Arbor,
After taking this picture, we figured that the girl who took the picture looked much better than I did, so we decided to replace me with her. Here it goes. Notice Kawai-san looks much happier! (November, 2000)
Our football team, the Chipmunks, (0 - 4 in 2000 U of M Flag Football League, Independent-A Group), had a party. Back row, fourth from the left, holding a kid, is me, the right wide receiver. The second from the left in a white parker is Hiro, the quaterback and a good friend of mine. The big guy at the right most is Taka, our ace center and the war head of the team. (November, 2000)
Went cross-country skiing in December, 2000.
Went to graduation ceremony in Ann Arbor in May 2001.
Well, if you can read Japanese, I have my columns here and another homepage here, with more about me. :)