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
Assuming you work with people in your office. Due to globalization, there are a lot of groups that are dispersed and people work with others across cities, states, continents for a majority of their work.
> unless you'd like to point out what makes you remotely credible in this field
slashdotter with low id number.
How quickly would those filters clog up when bombarded with concentrated pollutants and probably high heat?
Free is the French ISP whose business model influenced sonic.net in the US--no limits/caps, all features included for one price. If Free continues its disruptive model, I think that would be a good thing for consumers.
They're either selling or sold the vulnerability to government agencies or just FUD against Tails.
An easier way is just cheap speakers doing what they do best.
They either need their own repository or clearly mark their changes. In the past, there have been changes where it's not clear what is Mint-specific.
Heard good things about xmission.
Did they fix the update printing out diffs based on Mint's modifications of some configuration files and one needs to choose the conflict resolution?
If you've been using computers for 30 years, you should have used it but not in this article's context. My first thought was XON/XOFF was being deprecated, as in ^S/^Q in a TTY.