This guy needs to learn some pet control, what a waste.
Awesome, should share it.
Sure, why would they have two operating systems for essentially the same market. Its not the difference between a server / desktop-book os.
Seems like just a jaded former employee or a poorly presented article / post.
They should provide a fast one stop cgi that their users can do go that will perform these steps, not 'visit our sites and figure shit out'.
Agreed, if this is after market issues (like cisco had with ios and did the same thing) they could have addressed it in a different issue.
This coupled with the Solaris support changes, not sure what there is in their product line thats worth it.
Cannot wait for a real zfs/dtrace/crossbow/zome alternative elsewhere.
Can you post the ibm study source please.
The rules issues pretty much surrounds the idea that they didn't use a source inside the company, information from a NDA, or similar. A straight hack of the system is perfectly fine. Potentially exploiting a subsystem (a flaw in a database system for example or in SSL itself or what not) might also void the rules.
Comparing ESX and Zones? Seems like a horridly thought out comparison
"from a certain point of view"
They have who knows what degrees?
i used to buy my game or two a week, play them and their regret them or finish them before the next week. perhaps i would rent a game and have the same feeling.
since wow was released i cannot really think of any titles i have purchased. a few rentals here and there.
Your dead wrong, I bet they will have more visa apps filled after this after a compromise is sought in which jobs will be phased out over a longer period of time (into companies that will be axed entirely).
i would love to see if people aren't online, if they are detained/violated in some way perhaps if someone else has the same name.
i could see someone registering bogus names of people that are sex-offenders and posting under those names and then filing complaints to screw with these people.
i would buy one if it was larger and a kindle-done-right device assuming the battery life wasn't stupid.