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Great feature would be data chacksums - for media collection on drive, I would like to get warning if there is any data loss.
btrfs has this feature (between many others), when it is a bit more stable, than I will use it in similar scanario.
Soulskill from the super-mario-takedown dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Nintendo is investigating potential copyright infringement by Nokia during some video demos of their N900 phone, which can be seen emulating Nintendo games. Nintendo spokesman Robert Saunders says: 'We take rigorous steps to protect our IP and our legal team will examine this to determine if any infringement has taken place.' In the video, Nokia says, 'Most publishers allow individual title usage, provided that the user is in possession of the original title.'"
zerothink (1682450) writes "In video praising security innovations of new Chromium OS from Google shows unpleasant feature — they plan on firmware level allow to boot only cryptographically signed system versions. So yes, they gladly provide source code as required by open source licence used to build their brave new OS but no, they never allow you to buy their Chrome OS preinstalled device and run different or modified software. Therefore user who wants to run unsigned software finds himself on the same side of the security wall as trojans and rootkits."