i'm sure i've heard of this before, probably a decade ago. wasn't it d-link or netgear back then? if it couldn't get a response from their ntp server it wouldn't even connect.
sounds more like you need a better disk or distro, my 5400rpm hdd resumes debian sid (3.13.7-1 but also 3.11 when it ran wheezy) in 1-2secs and i can type the password and get on with work instantly.
My Clevo laptop is a Pentium-D and it boots Debian with encrypted root faster than Win7 can resume on my $$$ Core-i5 Lenovo.
So not sure we even need a faster suspend/resume, which is almost instant.
never seen the point of c#
better than ios, easily parsed by scripts, regex support etc.
...from the feckingobvious department, that yellow disc in the sky is the sun. Slow news day or something guys?
Please don't make it like Stonehenge where you can't even get to it without going through the giftshop, and then you can't actually get anywhere near it.
I expect they'll Disney-fy it and rename it Bletchley Theme Park, jees do the Nation Trust just play Angry Birds all day?
in my experience smart ain't worth a wank. had tens of drives fail, only ever had any headsup from smart on one.
heard from a data recovery service that the main probelm with the baraccuda's is the power supply board, they stock loads of them as most of their business is solved by replacing it.
mirrors my experience too. i'm very impressed with hitachi drives, western digital/samsung are pretty poor and seagate are just plain shite.
no that's solaris 11
Given that the Oppo N1 works out around 75e more than a Nexus5, is there any point buying the N1?
I think most of us have various setups at home for learning/experimenting, partly because its fun, partly because its a good way to get a better job and partly because our employer doesn't give us proper development environments!
Its been a long time since I've worked at a place that has a proper dev->staging->production setup.
I'm glad the op didn't use the term "lab" which always seems to be clueless people trying to get a CCNA, rather than people actually interested in their trade.
ok, when someone invents fast wifi we'll look at this again. personally i'll stick with 300mbps esata and walk across the street.
if its within wifi range should his house burns down, so will his backup box, and multi-terrabyte backup over wifi won't be fun.
realistically an esata enclosure stored a bit further away than a neighbour is the best way to go (maybe at work?) kept up to date with rsync (locally not over t'internet).
this question has been asked countless times before. search box is top left.
Silly DNS scripts seems like a bad way to achieve this, Privoxy would be better, and the Pi's ethernet-over-USB setup (and a USB wifi donlge) is going to make this pretty slow.
Why does this have to be a Pi-specific tutorial, you could do this better on pretty much any Linux box.