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  • #11
    Originally posted by zxy_thf View Post
    The FIPS compliant also looks weird. (who cares FIPS compliant if you're not part of the Gov. or its contractors?)
    fedora's openssl is fips compliant

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    • #12
      Ubuntu Pro. Is this compatible with Ami Pro, Foxpro, and Quattro Pro?

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      • #13
        Originally posted by MrEcho View Post
        With all the tools AWS is adding to manage instances, some of the features dont really sound all that impressive.
        Live kernel patching does sound cool, but any system built on the 'cloud', you have to build it to where any part of it can go poof any second.
        So rebooting a box after a kernel update shouldn't really be an issue now days.

        But theres still software out there that isnt built for the 'cloud' and needs that single server setup, and to run 24/7.
        especially if you check what the ** mean on the blog :-)

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        • #14
          I don't like the name, but I do like the thing.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by Farmer View Post
            Ubuntu Pro. Is this compatible with Ami Pro, Foxpro, and Quattro Pro?
            It should run on Mac Pro though

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