viking2000 writes: RUSSIAN LIE: A russian
mini sub reached the sea floor under the North Pole, Reuters reported. Now it all is uncovered as fabrication
The pictures are not from the North pole
at all, but from the Hollywood movie
"Location information of the videos are
incorrect" says Reuters to FNB.
instead shows a dive done by mini subs in the Atlantic ocean while looking for the Titanic. Hollywod producer
James Cameron used the same type mini sub the russians used on the North Pole, when he made the
movie "Titanic" in 1997.
viking2000 writes: "I would like to get Slashdot readers input on how to set up a wireless (100 homes) and wired (200 homes) network in a condo development. We have fiber to the premises with up to 600Mb/s.
The plan is to give out 300kb/s to everyone for free, and then charge for 10Mb/s min up to 50Mb/s if available.
I want to set up two Linux boxes with two 1000Mb ethernet cards as the routers doing loadsharing and redundancy. Here are my questions: 1. What do I use on the linux router in addition to iptables? I want at least to limit banwidth per user. 2. What do I use to manage the wireless accesspoints (10). 3. How to I set up loadsharing? 4. What do I use for network monitoring etc?
viking2000 writes: Music industry demands guitar tablature sites, where users
exchange tips on how to play songs like "Knockin' on Heaven's Door,"
"Highway to Hell" and thousands of others to shut
And of course this will not go away anytime soon. Congress has happily extended and extended copyright
from originally 14 years after the work was created until it now is 95
years after the death of the author.
Now the price is $140. Can they make it for that, or will it go even higher. Also seems to be some confusion as to the orderability and trial programs of the laptop: The trials are with "Visual models and developer board demos", and no orders have been accepted.What will this end up costing? How can they make the LCD display at very low cost?