Why aren't they following the standards ?!
I do wonder why the IETF bother coming up with all these standards, when manufacturers just seem to ignore them...
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Having spent a reasonable amount of time working at a courier firm, it's quite amazing what you see when spending a few hours watching how parcels are sorted.
Parcels emblazoned with FRAGILE stickers, are always targets. The let's see how high we can throw this one game is, I'm sure, still a favourite.
When this particular company had the contract for delivering Dell kit, I was quite amazed how well a 19" CRT monitor box would roll, corner on corner, down the chutes of the sorting machine, rather than slide !
Parcelfarce, Sh*tty Link, Oops, etc. They get their names for good reason.
Not necessarily an Acorn Archimedes.
Could easily be RISC OS running on a Raspberry Pi.
"At 265mm x 449mm x 875mm (10.43" x 17.67" x 34.45"), it may be the single largest thing you can put onto a rack, and it probably isn't going to fit onto most racks."
That looks pretty small in comparison to other blade chassis...
Can someone PLEASE define digital, in this context ?
I'm sure I could lock a few CIOs and CTOs in a room and repeatedly turn the lights off and on, but I'm not entirely sure that's what they're after...
Gb != GB
I mean you'd never find any children under 13 on there would you...
The Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol has been around for years...
I wonder if it conforms ?
The original VW *GROUP* press release, stated that 11 million Volkswagen *GROUP* vehicles were affected.
It shouldn't come as any surprise that Audi, Škoda, Seat, etc are affected !
In the past I've noted that the firewall on my PC which is sat behind a Home Hub 5, has blocked incoming connections, even though the HH is set to block everything and there's no NAT configured.
Must remember to check what ports were being let through when I get home tonight...
I wonder if this is related to the following announcement made to the BugTraq mailing list last week ?
During a source-code audit of the OpenSSL v1.0.2 implementation for Linux; conducted internally by the Advanced Information Security Group, instances of deprecated function use, were observed in relation to the GHOST vulnerability (CVE-2015-0235).
If it is, then there shouldn't be anything to worry about if you've patched glibc...
Who are they ?
I think you meant to say DYB DYB DYB...
"setting you back at least $23,000 per Oracle SPARC processor it's installed on, we've heard"
Based on the price list here:
it's $23,000 per Processor. But most SPARC processors use a factor of 0.5, so it'll only be $11,500...
There's no approved DoD mechanism to wipe drives that have held Top Secret information.
Physical destruction is the only way...
If you read through the linked articles, there's no such mention of a 2015 "death" date.
OK, so they're not going to port to the latest Itanium processor, but it reads to me as though OpenVMS is going to be around and supported for many years yet...
1TiB = 1024 GiB
1TB = 1000 GB
I think this dictionary definition sums cloud up quite nicely:
"anything that obscures or darkens something, or causes gloom, trouble, suspicion, disgrace, etc."