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Installed it this weekend from the ubuntu ppa, worked almost out of the box, all I had to do is change the user agent and accept the license. Only problem is that full screen doesn't really work on...
Yeah, but the vendor lock-in works. It's highly profitable. Everyone hates Windows 8, but it's at over 200million copies sold. It's almost comical, every time I read some analyst writing that we're...
Struggling? Hardly. It's still a very profitable company, even with the many failed products.
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Does that include Shamans, Faith Healers etc..?
I suppose this isn't intentional? http://imgur.com/12o56L2
Has it ever been production ready? I remember having some legacy systems running reiser3 but I've never seen reiser4 in the wild.
These guys ship from the UK:
Intel is coming out with a Bay Trail NUC Kit these days. Would be very interesting to see how this thing stacks up against Atom.
In a corporation you usually at least have someone who can make decisions unilaterally.
This won't work with bonding. It's usually used for similar devices and the other end needs to support it as well.
As a general observation, Linux seems to be more pragmatic and OpenBSD more dogmatic.
You people crack me up.
I don't think so either. How many people actually file a tax return anyways? In my native of Germany, not many people, even though there's money in it for them. I don't look at the tax status of...
I don't know if it's the spin or the editing, but this supposed plea for help comes along as quite arrogant and self-righteous. Statements like this:
Given how they failed as an entity to stay...
Intel has QPI (Quickpath Interconnect). I would think the system would consist of one Motherboard+CPU+RAM module and they'll only attach storage and GPUs by PCIe. Everything else isn't really...
I remember taking apart my SGI O2 Workstation. That's a pretty modular design and it's almost 20 years old. This is an interesting design, but from what I see you need to buy the modules Razer...
This is a good idea. What I'd also like to have is a password that opens another region of the devices (like a subpartition). That way you could enter one password and innocuous data shows up and...
Yup, you're right.
That's a 16 core system though, not 20+. It really starts getting expensive when you go over 20.