Do you have any recommendations? I found out about it after some of my friends talked about it many years ago. The set up was straight forward. I only need to share some videos through DLNA/CIFS.
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It's a Core 2 Quad Q8200. It's perfectly fine for running my small group of VMs that provide FreeNAS, tftp server, PXE, NFS, Windows file sharing, network/server/environment monitoring, and IP management. It does all this with 8 GB main memory with 2.4 GB free.
FreeNAS's base is NanoBSD. http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_... describes the project. The primary benefit of using NanoBSD is that everything is RO at runtime which means you can pull power from the system at anytime.
Another vendor who uses FreeBSD is Juniper. I've read about file system corruption--not often, but it can happen--from admins when they don't perform a proper shutdown.
So, "free ass"?
My CPU doesn't support x64 guests so I'll remain on 9.2.x, which still works pretty well. The only downside is the minidlna plug-in is a bit old and needs to scan the entire collection when adding new files. Newer versions will either have inotify/kqueue working, if not already.
Analogous to worrying about something that's not likely to happen but sounds scarier and ignore a more common problem.
Tac/Scan, Quantum, Star Trek are there. There may be others.
DivX and DivX
I think it's an appropriate association and for people who think CurrentC or its future incarnations is a bad idea should associate it with DIVX.
"CurrentC, the DIVX of the 21st century."
After reading the description of CurrenC it seems like we're witnessing the launch of DIVX in the late 1990s.
RDP 8.1 features like USB headset redirection requires LAN bandwidth/latency at this time.
You can get more throughput out of fiber over copper with WDM where different wavelengths of light can go through a single piece of fiber without interference. Sure, a WDM upgrade would be expensive but not as expensive as laying more copper. The upgrades would be done at strategic places where they would be easy as opposed to cable where the infrastructure is inherently shared in the last mile. Fiber brings the congestion points to locations that are easily upgraded if more speed is required.
Wikipedia has a table that shows various bandwidth tiers depending on the number of channels configured. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
Irrelevant since these big private companies already do that.
> In the next Presidential election, vote for the a candidate who will push for net neutrality if that's important to you.
The current president did say he was going to change a lot of stuff but changed his tune after he got in office.
Cygwin's bash 4.1.11(6) is no longer vulnerable.
Ubuntu's bash 4.3.11(1) is no longer vulnerable