the SeaMicro servers handled the load with no difficultiesd
Hmm... now there's a daemon you really don't want to see running...
This just lets you brute force the passkey, easy as if you're using a 4-digit numeric passkey there are only 10000 combinations.
If you're using a more complex alphanumeric key, which can be enabled with the iPhone config utility, then this probably won't work that well...
On a Sun note, their Sparc hardware can install Solaris over a WAN with HTTP. See here:
Well of course. The Mac ports have pretty much always been a second-class citizen to the Windows version.
Only recently. Excel originated on the Mac - 1.0 was Mac-only in 1985.
FYI, Apple's netboot environment coupled with something like DeployStudio is far easier than trying to get PXE booting set up - it's pretty much plug and play with an OS X server.
While your application availability probably dictates what platforms you can use, don't write off Apple because their deployment strategy is different.
There are certain AP's and firmware that have a built-in RADIUS server for WPA/WPA2 Enterprise.
Apple has a robust remote installation suite with OS X Server, which is darn cheap compared to most other commercial offerings.
10.6 includes a first party version of NetRestore (full system image deployment, similar to Ghost or Flash Archive on Solaris), but most people deploying across a large number of systems should roll their own images with packaged based tools like DeployStudio or InstaDMG:
Arizona has two universities, the Tucson based University of Arizona (UofA), which has been around for much longer than the Tempe based Arizona State University (ASU). This article was written by people at latter, not the former, so the post attribution is incorrect.
I think we know where to send the black helicopters!
Phoenix is as you describe. Other parts of Arizona have a greater percentage of multi-generational residents.
Btw, Mad TV just got canceled:
God loves you!
IOT trap -- core dumped