Been using AIX and PowerPC since the late 2000’s. My first exposure to IBM PowerPC was Power4 Processors and AIX 5.1. Wish I could run AIX at home. I prefer AIX to any Linux distribution at this point.
One thing I will say about x86 is that virtualization is much simpler on x86 compared to...
Found this, might help people getting these things to work after blowing away the factory image:
Still hoping to find a source for updated BIOS images, but this is useful too.
I'm waiting for more distro's to start adopting Kernel 5.19 that is supposed to have better compatibility with the WIFI and Sound chips on this piece of shit.
I just ended up reflashing it with the Windows 10 image it came with and tried stripping it down as lean as possible.
I haven't been...
If you do powerline networking you'll need something to bridge the phases, or else you'll only have communications on one phase.
I personally would just rip out all the damn coax and run cat6 or better. You could try doing wireless everywhere. Depends on what your bandwidth/latency...
Yes, you can build your own server-grade machine. Yes, most pre-built server-grade servers are just using off the shelf parts. But you don't want to be on the hook when you run into some edge case incompatibility or have to chase down a OEM for warranty support when you're server is down.
Didnt know about this Intel Puma business. Good thing I haven’t bought the Arris SB6190 I’ve been thinking about getting!
I just upgraded to 600Mbit and Arris’s website is a bit confusing if my current SB6183 can handle that bandwidth or not.