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Comment: Re:I think you've got it (Score 1) 155

by egoshin (#24503053) Attached to: Theorists Make Quantum Communications Breakthrough

I still need to read an article but your explanation uses a non-zero capacity channels. Each channel has some bandwidth for quantum bits. If channel is not able to transfer that bits then it has a real zero capacity. If channel has some noise-from-middleman then the idea doesn't work.

I think it can be a right interpretation of Shannon theory.

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VectorLinux SOHO 5.9 Deluxe Reviewed 36

Posted by timothy
from the heavy-duty-polish dept.
An anonymous reader writes with a link to Caitlyn Martin's review of the Slackware-based Vector Linux SOHO 5.9 Deluxe: "I've read past reviews by other reviewers describing Vector Linux as 'better Slackware than Slackware' or 'what Slackware should be' and I always felt that was a bit of a stretch. With this release it isn't a stretch. You get all the reliability and stability of Slackware, better performance than vanilla Slack (at least on my hardware) and the features and most of the conveniences users of distributions touted as user friendly have come to expect."

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