what an iTwat!
10 posts • joined 21 Jun 2007
what an iTwat!
You can use your own router, you just have to set up the DMZ option in the "superhub" config, give your internal router the relevant IP address and Bang, you are albe to connect to all the fancy interwebby stuff through your own kit!
One thing I had to do to get any form of working stable connection was to turn off the added feature of "Flood Protection" for some reason it likes to limit DNS connections and renders your connection all but useless when its enabled!
Would you be willing to give an invite away?
they can be 0, 1 or a superposition of both!
see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qubit for more details
"in a mysterious semi-undead waveform zombie condition"
OK, so who do I bill for the new keyboard as it is now covered in Coke!
Funniest thing I have read today!
I am amazed that the MOD has not hushed this one up to use it for their new rail guns. Multiple MKVA discharging in seconds should really give them new guns a kick ;)
Black Helicopter for obvious reasons!
This is the first step in creating skylab!
When are we going to learn....... PHZzzzzzzz ...
Oh heck, here comes another T1000
what about Helicopper
Mine's the high visibility overcoat.
Machine to Machine communication, you can see where this will lead!
I really hope they do not name the first one Colossus! Oh the Humanity!
To a degree this can already be done.
All the virtualisation products that have been discussed here are hardware based / hypervisor products.
What about Virtuozzo (for windows) or OpenVZ for linux?
They virtualise the operating system. You only install one OS (on the host) then virtualise the OS components that are required for the virtual environment.
Just my 2p worth!
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