From my work maybe? Our users can't find anything if it's not their desktop.
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What I don't get is how WikiLeaks is anymore a terrorist organization than a tabloid or newspaper or news cannel that airs government dirty laundry.
You're making the assumption Oracle will upgrade their apps to run on any improved version of Java. For example, the apps we have from Oracle that are enterprise-y still use versions of Java over 7 years old. Even though the version of the apps have marched on, the version of Java being used has not.
But that's still not 48 cores on a single chip. So it's not a big deal for most of us buying business type hardware that isn't even close to have 48 cores on a single CPU.
You are not talking about 48 cores on a single CPU. Your comment does not apply.
As I'll explain again to people that can't grasp the concept of 48 cores on single CPU (chip), the system you linked uses 8-core CPU's. According the paper being discussed, there is no issue with the total number of cores, just the number of cores on a single chip.
Those multi-core IA-64's don't have 48+ cores on a single chip do they? Your comment does not apply.
There aren't 64 cores on any single Opteron chip, so no, they haven't.
It is done on a vast majority of php sites, you just haven't been around long enough to hear about it I guess. phpBB back in the day had this issue like crazy and once someone found it could be injected, any major public forum using phpBB was injected. You just hear about IIS/ASP more on
We're using KT and with the ease of setup and simple to use API's that allow us to automate some tasks I'd highly recommend it. We tried Alfresco and after a couple of days of setup became fed up with it.
That's what http://www.smoothwall.org/ can fix. Even with BT going over 1.3MB/s it doesn't slow a bit.
Parent here has a great point. When we implemented SFTP it was a huge nightmare of support calls. Customer lemmings were incapable of following the very detailed picture tutorial sent to them. Obviously the most asked question was why we changed.
A little tough to setup new SNMP devices, I thought, but overall a great product. Even the free version gets you quite far.
Has he signed it into law yet? Nope.
Does he control what bills are introduced by Congress? Nope.
Are you jumping the gun and bitching too soon about the wrong person? Yep.