With IBM killing CentOS, what will the IT professionals here be moving to as a replacement?
FYI - IBM unilaterally changed End of Support for CentOS8 from 2029 to 2021. End of Support for CentOS7 remains at 2024 but for all we know, they could change that to.
Thinking of evaluating openSUSE to...
Have a bunch of new 10GB circuits coming online soon and I'd like to actually be able to test their full bandwidth rather than assume provider made sure everything is alright.
Have a new X1 Carbon 6th gen coming which is equipped with 2 TB3 ports. Been trying to find some SFP+ to TB3 boxes but...
Similar asterisks as the other carriers - you get unlimited up to 22GB and afterwards are throttled depending on tower congestion.
Anyone going to make the switch?
Anybody having issues with the latest release of PFSense and IPSec VPN using xauth PSK? I am able to get it to work on iOS and Windows using the Cisco client with no problems yet Android always fails. Based on the logs, it looks like it's having trouble with Phase1 during the IKEv1 handshake...
I upgraded my laptop via the USB drive builder MS provided months ago and currently have a version of V 10.0.10240. However, it appears that there are much later builds out there including a huge update that I saw some of our new surfaces pull down yesterday that this machine refuses to pull...
Basically, Google updated their language saying that carriers now have the right to stop them from rolling out OTA updates to phones...
It looks like if you upgrade a dumb phone to a smart phone, they won't let you get the reduced price back when you move the smart phone to the unlimited line - you have to...
Lots of info leaking out about this today.
Replacing the Nexus program (most likely)
OEM partnership between Google to essentially produce GPE...
As a customer on Verizon with 9 lines, this is very tempting. My potential savings per year could be up to $2600 if I went out and bought everyone Nexus 5's
The savings come from the fact...
Finally has 1920x1080...welcome to 2009 Lenovo.
Seems like a lot of people here are saying Lenovo is losing corporate customers. Any reason why? I've been seeing more and more companies going from Latitude -> Thinkpad then the other...
Exhibit A: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2013/10/googles-iron-grip-on-android-controlling-open-source-by-any-means-necessary/
Android is open source but Google Play Apps are not
Google keeps power and control over Android by forcing all OEMs who want access to the Google...
At least we know for sure now
With Google Play Services, it looks like Google as largely worked around the issue of "fragmentation" - they simply built into Android a closed source delivery platform where they can...
I setup a clients office with the same IP structure as the one I did on my own personal network (10.0.1.x/255.255.255.0). When I connect to his network via L2TP/IPSEC VPN, this poses a problem when I try to hit something on his network - Windows defaults to looking on my own network.
Interesting if this catches on. Having something like Start8 already installed out of the box might be a huge incentive for the best buy/off the street consumer.
Should have been looking at my daily reports from my firewall more closely
What the fuck man. Had an option to cache all music while charging and on wifi automatically checked off. How do you go through 143 GB in bandwidth on a 16 gb device?
I've been looking to setup a few VM's on my setup at home so that I will always have a desktop to connect to and "work" once I VPN into my network.
From what I've seen in YouTube videos, the process for setting up a VM in Server 2012 is fairly straight forward but I am somewhat confused on...
Has anybody deployed any yet?
If so, how are they?
I'm looking to deploy them in my home to future proof a bit and replace each of my old AP's one at a time as price goes down.
If you purchased, can you please post up the site where you got them from?
Price drops across the board.
Wonder what MS is going to say at their developer conference in June.
This might have taken over if they did this 3 or 4 years ago.
But with Apple strong arming iMessage in iOS devices, and Google soon to unite all of their chat services under one umbrella, I doubt this will get far.
So I noticed today that Google released a new chrome book.
Personally, I think they are nuts for asking this much money for a computer with only a web browser and extensions but what intrigued me was the fact that it has...
So I decided to make this thread for rumors as well as official info once it starts coming in. (I'll keep the OP updated)
Here are the wild rumors so far that supposedly come from a "reputable" source that has provided good info in the past from DroidRzr.com:
Motorola X Phone will be...