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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Fomistii :)


Fomistii :)
Originally uploaded by astanciu2.
metallica , justice for all wall

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Setting up Firebird on Ubuntu Linux - it should work on feisty fawn too

This article describes the process of installing and running Firebird on Ubuntu Linux. Like the Debian GNU/Linux distribution it is based on, installing software with Ubuntu (or Kubuntu) is very straightforward and Firebird is no exception. This guide is based on Ubuntu 6.10 “Edgy Eft”.



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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

One Computer = Six-User Linux System

Mabe we can implement it at Reea.net (with an dual or quad core system) and will be shared by 2-6 users (for cutting html,browsing, email , gaim or for c++)No CPU power is wasted here... Would be hard to do the same with a memory-hungry Vista OS. "This tutorial shows how to build a multi-head, multi-user Linux box using a recent distribution of Linux and standard USB keyboards and mice."



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DRM+AMD chips = defectivebydesign.org

One thing I believe to be true (in turns of How AMD can be fixed?). Building Digital Rights Management (DRM) into its chips (see Adrian Kingsley-Hughes' How AMD hopes to turn things around) probably isn't the answer.
[My next computers will be AMD, and Microsoft free , DRM free too, you know that on your own servers they can control the daemons you run, and doesn't work by the way ]

» Some vacation. A week’s worth of RSS feeds to read in a day. A lot of it about servers, AMD and Intel. | Berlind’s Testbed | ZDNet.com

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Thursday, April 12, 2007

Monitoring a Linux System with X11/Console/Web-Based Tools

some of them i know alread , darkstat is interesting and phpsysinfo .A description of tools for Linux that let you analyze the performance of your PC, by evaluating the way your PC uses hardware and system services, including RAM, CPU and hard drivers. With the information provided by these tools, you can uncover potential problems, fix performance bottlenecks and make sure your computer is running in tip-top shape.



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Thursday, April 05, 2007

firefox leak monitor extension - for developers only

This Firefox extension detects one very specific type of leak in chrome JavaScript and in Web pages. (Not in JavaScript components, though.) It detects when JavaScript objects in the chrome or Web page are still held by native code after the window is closed.

Leak Monitor Extension

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fullscreen ffx - when full screen means full screen

This extension enhances the Full Screen mode into a really full screen mode, hiding the remaining toolbars and statusbar and making them visible again when the mouse pointer hits an edge of the screen.

FullerScreen :: Firefox Add-ons

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CrhromaTabs - ffx extension of the day

Tints browser tabs with a color specific to the website loaded. This helps you identify tab contents based on a distinct visual cue.

ChromaTabs :: Firefox Add-ons

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simplephpblog - kiss project of the day

I started this project because I wanted a dead-simple blog. Something that didn't require a database, used flat text files, and looked nice.The main advantage of using Simple PHP Blog is that it only requires PHP 5 (or greater) and write permission on the server. Unlike other blog software, there is almost no setup - just unzip and copy...

Simple PHP Blog - Project Homepage - About SPHPBlog

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Supercomputer stolen from Danish Technical University...

Loss valued at US$15-20 million.Breakin thru a panser glass window and CPU units removed.(By stopping the following page in loading its actually possible to see theoriginal installation)http://www.hpc.dtu.dk/hardware/



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Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Installing Beryl On An Ubuntu Feisty Fawn Desktop With An ATI Radeon

[Got an x300 and one radeon 9600 pro and i will test the beryl on my these setups, on nvidia 6600 works ok also with onboard 6100 ]This tutorial shows how you can install and configure Beryl on an Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) desktop with an ATI Radeon graphic card. With Beryl, you can make your desktop use beautiful 3D effects. We will use the open-source ATI driver that comes with Ubuntu plus AIGLX to achieve this.



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Microsoft's Inaccurate Teredo Documentation, and Other Vista CVEs

Last week the CVE project issued nine new CVEs for Vista, numbered CVE-2007-1527 through CVE-2007-1535. While these CVEs were directly based on our findings in Windows Vista Network Attack Surface Analysis[1] report (released as a...



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