Thats part of the point of TrueCrypt. Hidden encrypted partitions == plausible deniability.
Looks like TrueCrypt is going to need to put out Android and iOS versions soon O.o
That's a shame. Aside from the original movie, it's the only stargate-related storyline that was even good.
Though who knows how bad the TSA will be about mass relay travel...
Most of the time, when someone says they're having trouble scaling their database, it's a case of a developer that has an incorrectly configured database. Installing MySQL is easy, but configuring it is VERY difficult. That's why you need a person with very specialized knowledge to properly configure a database for efficiency or throughput or whatever you're going for in your specific case.
It would be like saying that anyone can go to a hardware store, buy some lumber, and nail them together to create a rudimentary shelter, but if you want a *house*, something that will weather the elements and keep you warm and comfortable and secure, you need to hire a professional carpenter.
Actually, that's the issue. Google hasn't *officially* released 2.2 Froyo yet in OTA form (for the Nexus One which I have, the OTA is coming directly from Google), or as source code.
They *HAVE* released the 2.2 SDK, but that's for developing apps, which is separate from the OS itself.
Technically, yes, an individual could grab the unofficially released source and compile it for themselves. In reality, most people use a specific distro...In my case, I use CyanogenMod, which has announced that it will not start hacking on Froyo code until there's an official source release.
That's great and all, Adobe, but we're all still waiting for Froyo to be released...as an official OTA, or as an official source release
Solving the problem...
Care to be a bit more specific than that?
FTA: "I Am Legend script writer Mark Protosevich is currently chatting to the producers about bringing his talents to the project"
That is not a good sign...