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    I lost interest after "G", lol. My WRT54GS still...

    I lost interest after "G", lol. My WRT54GS still serves my needs just fine. The only thing I use wireless for is casual web browsing from the couch. Home servers and such are on Cat5e.

    Also,...
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    At least here in the US, Linksys brought the...

    At least here in the US, Linksys brought the original Linux based WRT54G back, with original large memory size, due to popular demand. They called it WRT54GL, I guess the "L" is for Linux. It is...
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    Lol! But seriously, I wonder why they thought it...

    Lol! But seriously, I wonder why they thought it needed 1.2 Ghz, 128 MB flash, and 256 MB ram? DD-WRT Mega, the largest one, runs marvelously on a WRT54GS with just ~200 Mhz, 8 MB of flash and 32 MB...
  4. I just patched all our production RHEL servers...

    I just patched all our production RHEL servers today. The fixed version is still version 1.0.1e on RHEL6. Red Hat implemented a fix and did not increment the OpenSSL version number.
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  5. Whining? Really? Because it affects hardware...

    Whining? Really? Because it affects hardware that I actively use? How does the problem 'not exist'? Because it doesn't affect you, it 'doesn't exist'? You're probably not familiar with how...
  6. Well this is unfortunate. One of the benefits of...

    Well this is unfortunate. One of the benefits of Linux, to me at least, is being able to run a modern OS on unique vintage hardware. I've got an SGI VW540, fully loaded with Quad Xeons and 2 GB of...
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    You're preaching to the choir. None of the major...

    You're preaching to the choir. None of the major Linux game developers do either of these things. Valve Steam certainly doesn't.



    Nothing. The issue isn't building against an older glibc and...
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    Actually, yes there is one very good reason why...

    Actually, yes there is one very good reason why games don't run well on Linux, and why game developers don't want to spend the time developing for Linux. Two reasons actually, although they're...
  9. I wish the peecee laptop makers would innovate...

    I wish the peecee laptop makers would innovate and create their own designs, instead of their current fad: copy everything Apple does. This asus laptop is a blatent Macbook Air clone. Everything...
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    When the news says "Russians invade Crimea" do...

    When the news says "Russians invade Crimea" do you read it as the entire population of Russia, every man woman and child, have all participated in the invasion of Crimea?
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    +1 agree completely.

    +1 agree completely.
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    China has a long history of stealing technology...

    China has a long history of stealing technology from the US, and of producing low-quality counterfeits of American and European products. I didn't read the article title as "slamming" anyone; merely...
  13. If anyone were actually using IPv6, this would be...

    If anyone were actually using IPv6, this would be a real issue.
  14. Referring to DMA access as "completely insecure"...

    Referring to DMA access as "completely insecure" is a bit misleading, yes? After all, every Ultra ATA, SATA, SCSI, SAS, and Firewire device in existence uses DMA mode access, no different from...
  15. Looks like a nice piece of ARM hardware, I can't...

    Looks like a nice piece of ARM hardware, I can't wait to see the full review!
  16. That's nonsense. When Linux reaches the desktop,...

    That's nonsense. When Linux reaches the desktop, everything is loaded and running already and system is 99% idle. When Windows reaches the desktop, user thinks its available for use, but it's still...
  17. Seconds matter when we're talking about UI and...

    Seconds matter when we're talking about UI and user experience.
  18. RAID is not a partial backup! RAID is not a...

    RAID is not a partial backup! RAID is not a substitute for backup. RAID and backing up your data are two different concepts, and you need both to be fully protected. For example, RAID only...
  19. Cool, I will, thanks.

    Cool, I will, thanks.
  20. Hardware Reviews

    I really enjoy the comprehensive hardware reviews. The majority of commodity hardware reviews on the web are Windows focused. I tend to stick only with hardware that has official vendor support for...
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