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AMD Announces First ARM Processor

isama Re:Despite it's name (168 comments)

Or anything ZFS. git it 16G minimum for caching otherwise it will work like that windows server :P

about 3 months ago
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Ampere Could Be Redefined After Experiments Track Single Electrons Crossing Chip

isama Re:yeah because imperial (299 comments)

I'd want to. also we should remove timezones from this world.

about 3 months ago
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ArkOS: Building the Anti-Cloud (on a Raspberry Pi)

isama Re:Home server not the fix-all (166 comments)

I've got my stuff on a "kimsufi" server at OVH. i pay less than 100$ per year, I don't even remember how much :D

about 7 months ago
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VMware CEO: OpenStack Is Not For the Enterprise

isama Re:What to make of OpenStack? (114 comments)

Openstack already has it's storage built in in the swift component AFAIK. That's one off your list :)

about 8 months ago
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Home wireless security level?

isama Re: WEP WEP WEP (438 comments)

check out wifite. lazy mans wep cracking in 90 seconds :D

about 9 months ago
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Microsoft Will Have To Rename SkyDrive

isama Re:how about (274 comments)

DEVELOPERDRIVE!

about 9 months ago
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WD Explains Its Windows-Only Software-Based SSHD Tech

isama Re:Stop. Hammer time. (286 comments)

The Black and Enterprise editions are very nice too. Red and Blue are sufficient, and Green is crap.

about a year ago
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Ask Slashdot: Why Won't Companies Upgrade Old Software?

isama Re:Yes (614 comments)

In my country people seem to think that computer == windows and apple!=computer and apple==shiny

about a year ago
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Ask Slashdot: Protecting Home Computers From Guests?

isama Re:Guest wifi... (572 comments)

I'm not sure whether it is possible to do this on a standalone pc, but on an active directory it's easy to lock a user account into a fixed state. they call it a mandatory profile. I've used it at a local community centre and it seems to work pretty good. may e it os possible to use mandatory profiles on a standalone windows box?

1 year,15 days
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IBM's Watson Gets a Swear Filter After Learning the Urban Dictionary

isama Re:Not a big deal (310 comments)

To me its still kankerkachel. Maybe they should feed this thread to watson :D

about a year ago
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Ask Slashdot: What Is Your New Years Eve Tradition?

isama perfect 2013 (256 comments)

some music, a good shoother, a beer, and compiling a new kernel :D

about a year ago
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German City Says OpenOffice Shortcomings Are Forcing It Back To Microsoft

isama Re:What? (480 comments)

extremely crazy spreadsheets that would create ai if the wrong bit flips. at least that's the only thing i can think of.

about a year and a half ago
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48-Core Chips Could Redefine Mobile Devices

isama Re:Desktop (285 comments)

yup, it's really easy. after 5 o clock i simply hit logoff and go home. how hard can it be?

about a year and a half ago
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MATE Desktop 1.2 Released

isama Re:More Linux fragmentation... (194 comments)

I'm running mate on 2 debian boxes, my desktop and my netbook. the only thing I got really annoyed at was that they renamed everything, gnome-panel is mate-panel, that's understandable, but why rename nautilus caja? other than that my experience is that mate is really a good fork of gnome2.

about 2 years ago
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Mosh: Modernizing SSH With IP Roaming, Instant Local Echo

isama Re:I stopped reading after this (158 comments)

So that means it's just like GNU Screen? ctrl+a d on one connection, hop wifi, ssh and screen -x. wow. Really?

about 2 years ago
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Shmoocon Demo Shows Easy, Wireless Credit Card Fraud

isama Re:Aluminum Foil in the Wallet (273 comments)

I did that when I made my ducktape wallet, but it doesn't block the RFID cards I use every day :( I think I need a copper mesh or something better..

more than 2 years ago

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