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Pay Or Else, News Site Threatens

jeoeoeoeorb profit! (549 comments)

If you read this post, you owe me one million dollars. Mwah ha ha!

more than 3 years ago
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Bicycle Thief Barred From Using Encryption

jeoeoeoeorb no encryption (449 comments)

He wasn't allowed to use a computer that had 'encryption,

Want to log in to your baking site with ssl. Sorry kid.

more than 3 years ago
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ARM-Based Servers Coming In 2011

jeoeoeoeorb Re:Low power server / clusters? (253 comments)

I delivered a backup solution for a small non-profit client on an ARM server. It's the Dlink DNS-323 and APC BK 350. Not sure about the UPS but the DNS-323 consumes 23 watts in use and 8 watts in power saving mode. From my observations power management works extremely well.

more than 4 years ago
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Simple, Free Web Remote PC Control?

jeoeoeoeorb Re:logmein.com (454 comments)

1-click vnc ftw. Uses a reverse connection to your port 5500. You'll need some sort of dynamic dns in place though.

more than 4 years ago
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Easing the Job of Family Tech Support?

jeoeoeoeorb Re:MS SteadyState (932 comments)

Try MS SteadyState

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/sharedaccess/default.mspx

and better yet: in addition to just using SteadyState on the whole disk, make regedits to keep 'Documents and Settings' on a separate partition where SteaedyState is off so the users can actually save something to their hard drive that won't be lost on a reboot, which IMHO is much more useful.

more than 4 years ago
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Data Storm Caused Nuclear Plant To Shut Down

jeoeoeoeorb sniffer? (178 comments)

Jebus, you'd think someome would have the forethought to attach a passive sniffer if the whole plant depends on on a working network.

more than 7 years ago

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