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  1. Are you aware that Zynga's CityVille on Facebook...

    Are you aware that Zynga's CityVille on Facebook has (or had) 61 million users compared to the 10 million (or so) copies of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 that sold across all platforms and the 12...
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    Tegra 2 Pico-ITX

    You can get a Tegra 2 Pico-ITX motherboard right now.

    Motherboard: http://www.toradex.com/En/Products/Colibri_Boards/Iris ($179 w/ volume discounts)
    CPU Module:...
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    I'm not very well informed on the issue. I just...

    I'm not very well informed on the issue. I just happened to be looking up the information for something else, and exploring the option of cheap SSD's for a database server instead of 15k drives,...
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    As best as I can tell, the patch was merged into...

    As best as I can tell, the patch was merged into the 2.6.36 kernel (current is 2.6.36.2). From there, I think you just need a mount option to a file system with support or an argument to swapon.
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    Blu-Ray on Linux

    Does anyone know the current state of Blu-Ray playback on Linux? The last I saw there was some program that could read the disk send the video stream to a URL, and I recently found libbluray. I've...
  6. If it's only 32 bits, then as far as I'm...

    If it's only 32 bits, then as far as I'm concerned it is nothing. I chew through too much RAM for a 32-bit system. With the cheap price of RAM, I don't know why 32-bit desktops exists, aside from...
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    Anyone Have Mouse Recommendations

    I'm considering getting a new mouse for work to replace the cheapest mouse we could find at officemax. It will be used under Linux with Compiz and KDE for mostly web surfing, konsole (terminal), and...
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    FC Disk Array support

    We have a Sun StorEdge 3511 disk array that we were given from another company. We are needing to rebuild the machine that it is installed on, installing SLES 10 (don't want to update other...
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    If Grub has problems with your root file system,...

    If Grub has problems with your root file system, can't you make a separate partition for the boot folder and use whatever supported file system there? I seem to remember running Reiser4 as my root...
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    We've been able to move our web server to a...

    We've been able to move our web server to a fairly high-end router/firewall/vpn device we were given where the vpn portion doesn't work at all. We get a few more working features than a simple home...
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    There are a couple of problems with that...

    There are a couple of problems with that computer:
    1) It only has 1 ethernet port (not hard to fix)
    2) It's not rackmountable. I'm looking for something that will go in a computer rack, take up 1u...
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    Untangle might be a better route to go, since I...

    Untangle might be a better route to go, since I have loads of Linux experience and no BSD experience (not that they're very different). It looks like untangle can handle our VPN needs, but I'd have...
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    Rackmount Router

    I'm looking for hardware to build a rackmount firewall/VPN/router for our data center, where we're expecting a lot of growth in the next year. There don't seem to be many places with good...
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    Professional VPN Router

    At work, our data center is currently using a $120 Netgear router that automatically handles IPsec VPN tunnles and port forwarding for specific IP addresses. We were given a SonicWall Pro 1260 with...
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    Thanks, that's good to know. I've seen more...

    Thanks, that's good to know. I've seen more drives die in the past year than I can keep track of, but this is the first time we've seen a problem with the raptors in the 18 months we've owned them. ...
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    Mismatched RAID drives

    We've had a mirrored pair of 150GB Raptor drives for storing our database, but we've RMAed 3 of them in the past week! They can no longer get us the 150GB, but a newer 160GB Rapter (I don't think...
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    I guess I'm looking for advice on the feasability...

    I guess I'm looking for advice on the feasability and expense of a low-end home SAN, if anybody might have experience building them and suggestions. So far, I have 2 PCI-X SCSI raid controllers,...
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    The problem with that is I'm wanting to use this...

    The problem with that is I'm wanting to use this for the system drives (including swap memory), not just for sharing some data folders (which I'm already doing). If the computer hosting the drives...
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    High-end home storage

    I have two home PC's, both with identical RAID controllers and both running different flavors of Linux. I was looking for suggestions for a shared array, maybe some sort of external RAID enclosure...
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    Preferences

    Have they expanded the user preferences and interface options? I was exceedingly disappointed by them in KDE 4.0. If developers are worried about confusing people with too many options, just make...
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