Better would be to have the system use a cellular data network (with a VPN connection to whatever network it needed to communicate with for transaction data). That way it's isolated from the bar network *and* you don't need anything more than a power plug.
Aside: I believe all curbside trash pickup is a conspiracy to generate HOA fines.
I have a fix for that - don't live in an HOA zone. HOA's *suck*, and the only thing keeping them around are people willing to live under their rule.
In addition to the AC that replied to you, some of us have ISP's that frown on lots of monthly bandwidth use. It's much better to download a movie once then watch it as many times as you want (especially for those with children), than to keep streaming it from the internet, for those of us with stingy ISPs..
Out of curiosity, if your T110 or R210 are running ESX, XenServer, or any other VM capable host, why don't you put the Plex server in a VM?
Great -- now the hackers that got my credit / debit card numbers could, instead, get my PayPal info! We all know how nice PayPal is to customers when their accounts are compromised!
Google Mail supports IMAP. Assuming they didn't mind changing addresses, they could set up an IMAP capable client, connect / sync, then disconnect.
I'm pretty sure that I never mentioned anything about how old / new DD-WRT's software is. That said, the current version I'm running was released in June of this year.
You were saying?
You realize that DD-WRT runs on far more hardware than the WRT-54x series of routers, right? In fact, I'm running it on a Netgear WNDR3700 V4 (a *far* more capable router than the WRT-54G). I'm barely using any of its features, however, it's interface is far more responsive than the Netgear "genie" interface, and it no longer randomly resets its network connections.
In this case, I'd say a little *research* into a particular topic, before you comment, goes a long way...
Argh! Why did my mod points have to expire YESTERDAY?!
GParted would probably be a very familiar tool for you...
Unless, of course, you wish to play games that are Windows only (and don't want to suffer through making Wine work, and then hoping your game actually functions properly in Wine)...
Fix that issue, and you'll start to see more Linux converts.
I've had Linux as my primary desktop for over 10 years now. It can be done.
Did you hear that sound, ganjadude? It was AC's joke going right over your thick skull...
I just jumped into playing with pfsense. It's based on FreeBSD, but it was very easy for me to get in and mess around with.
You mean there are *non* drunk / illiterate wombats?