If you want to simulate a laggy connection this may be a fun project for an evening. http://henrydu.com/blog/how-to/simulate-a-slow-link-by-linux-bridge-123.html Ofc you whould need an extra pc or VM
I've got my stuff on a "kimsufi" server at OVH. i pay less than 100$ per year, I don't even remember how much
Openstack already has it's storage built in in the swift component AFAIK. That's one off your list
check out wifite. lazy mans wep cracking in 90 seconds
The Black and Enterprise editions are very nice too. Red and Blue are sufficient, and Green is crap.
In my country people seem to think that computer == windows and apple!=computer and apple==shiny
My Raspberry Pi seems to cap out at 20Mbit on my 50Mbit home connection.
I'm not sure whether it is possible to do this on a standalone pc, but on an active directory it's easy to lock a user account into a fixed state. they call it a mandatory profile. I've used it at a local community centre and it seems to work pretty good. may e it os possible to use mandatory profiles on a standalone windows box?
To me its still kankerkachel. Maybe they should feed this thread to watson
some music, a good shoother, a beer, and compiling a new kernel
extremely crazy spreadsheets that would create ai if the wrong bit flips. at least that's the only thing i can think of.
yup, it's really easy. after 5 o clock i simply hit logoff and go home. how hard can it be?
I'm running mate on 2 debian boxes, my desktop and my netbook. the only thing I got really annoyed at was that they renamed everything, gnome-panel is mate-panel, that's understandable, but why rename nautilus caja? other than that my experience is that mate is really a good fork of gnome2.