A properly configured and set up PC based router with appropriate active or passive cooling will be more reliable than ARM SoC based solutions due to the additional speed providing additional routing capacity. Most SoC solutions ive seen have insufficient power for reliable operation under anything more than a moderate load. Source: I manufacture and install PC based routers in places where ordinary routers are becoming unstable
Among managing IT for approaching 100 users I run the internet filter for a youth group. We provide free internet terminals for them to use. We used to score pages on facebook myspace bebo etc based on keywords. We need to allow https traffic for various reasons. Facebook are now pushing their user base towards https for profile pages to prevent various cookie hijack based attacks, this means we cant effectively filter their traffic, therefore I have suggested it should be entirely blocked. You cant filter https.
Most drive failures I see these days are not bearing or spindle motor related. Out of around 100 dead hard drives in the last 5 years 2 were spindle motor or bearing related and the rest were media type errors possibly caused by trouble with the drive heads.
$1/month gets you the mobile version... Bookmarklets... Lots of options. Last pass works on every device ive tried it on.
I manage my passwords with lastpass. The service that Steve Gibson from GRC has vetted to be safe and secure
I fall out of my bed into my 'office'
Used to have a dedicated server with fdcservers. Started on the 5mbit burstable package. Was forced onto the 100mbit unmetered plan. Performance was dire with us hitting network contention a lot. Moved from fdcservers to a uk hosting provider and immediately our bandwidth usage virtually doubled. This was 5 years ago.http://ask.slashdot.org/story/12/02/28/0029218/suggestions-for-music-hosting#
http://www.yescomputersolutions.com/access_points.txt here we go.
http://www.yescomputersolutions.com/access_points.txt should be fixed
http://www.yescomputersolutions.com/access_points.txt Here is a mirror
agoodm writes "I take a hammer to a drive thats part of a running raid array thats got data being copied to it to see what will happen. Nobody has done this before as far as I am aware and I think this is probably the most extreme raid array test ever??"
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Takes a long time to load. My mirror is better: http://184.108.40.206/www.macfixit.com/index.html sponsored by: www.photojerk.com - Server is downloading the images so I will replace the non imaged version here with a version that has images when its done.