PCI-E is fully backwards and forwards compatible with respect to pin-out and data transfer. You can use a PCI-E 3.0 card in a PCI-E 1.0 slot, and it will work, just it will not have as high of a max transfer speed.
ARC allows it so that you can feed your receiver from your TV via the HDMI Input on your TV. So no, you are not using ARC anywhere if your CATV/DVD STBs are connected directly to the receiver.
Basically you need to make certain both your TV and Receiver support ARC, and then just enable it in...
This bootkit is awfully cool, and a problem with the fact that you have an externally accessible PCIe bus which allows you to have the system boot device firmware which can do just about anything.
Wonder if a similar bootkit can be done on non-apple motherboards that have thunderbolt.
Wireshark only sees what data is going over the network card. If you're using 127.0.0.1 then you need to monitor the loopback.
It sounds like your syslog server isn't setup correctly.
Weird, considering FireFox had dropped support for the win64 version of the firefox nightly builds a while ago.
Not certain where...
It looks like there is no OS on that switch. What you'll most likely need to find out there on the internet is a version of Broadcom FastPath that works with your device, and then have some fun getting it onto the device.
Although, it might not be that hard depending on what kind of flash it's...
Yes there is. I don't think most wireless chargers are even close to 95% efficiency, which means we want to go "green" with EV cars, but waste at least 5% extra power to charge them, which gets even worse as temperatures lower. Great idea, wait, no.
Well that's weird, I guess somehow I'm lucky, as I have no problems.
You don't happen to be running a firewall or anything like that on ctn0? Or is this a InfiniTV Eth device, in which case you might want to verify firewalls on your normal nics.
I've got an IfiniTV work just fine via Linux.
I used http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Ceton_InfiniTV_4 to do the configuration. What are your exact kind of problems that you're experiencing?
How are you trying to use MythTV? What frontend/client are you trying to use with it. I've been using XBMC...
1. Media Center on Windows 8 is the exact same as on Windows 7.
2. Windows 8 is the same as Windows 7 for Tuners
3. I do not know.
4. If you buy WMC on Windows 8, you will get MPEG-2/DVD Video Support
There's no real difference between windows 7 and windows 8 for media center.
No, they know why everyone upgraded. They just need people to upgrade again due to the race to the bottom for pricing. The problem is, HDTV was such a giant leap that they don't have any clue how to make people buy TVs like that again, which is the problem.
Why buy a new TV, when your...
Uhh, yes it does.
It's only when you go to 10-bits of color or more that you can't do 4:4:4/RGB at 4k@60hz, which having a 10-bit or higher panel isn't even all that common anyway.
Route maps don't matter when it comes to doing Layer 2 to start.
Second, when you say traffic is being lost, how are you determining this? Have you checked bandwidth utilization? If this is pure Layer 2, then you've got an access port on VL600 on Switch 1, and Switch 3. And then in between...
Here's an easier way to look at it:
Frames carry Packets.
If there is a frame, there is a packet. The opposite is not always true, it depends on where exactly are you looking, and if MPLS is involved.
Also, routers still send out frames. Not to mention routers are starting to blur the line...
Disable Cross-Fire, make certain that the bottom card's slot is setup in the bios as the first card to be used for Graphics, and it should work. I've not done it with 3 cards, but with 2 cards I use the bottom card without any issue by having the bios set to init graphics on PEG2, and from...
The easiest thing to check is to right click, properties on the wtv file, and go to the details tab. If there is no metadata there, then yes, you are doomed, as the metadata lives within the wtv file as part of the container format. The other thing could be, is that all the files are...
So AT&T is now offering Connections from enterprises directly to Azure Data Centers. Okay, sounds fair enough, that will definitely decrease latency. I just have to wonder, how long until another provider pays enough to get that access as well.
This isn't new. This is a normal DNS DDoS. Basically they use improperly configured DNS servers/users and just flood you with DNS requests. There's no exploit going on.
I hope your customers aren't actually hosting DNS, because if so, you just blackholed most of their traffic as their DNS is...
It doesn't make sense for better streaming performance, but it does make sense for lower power usage. Considering a typical stream is at most(assuming you are streaming say a full BD) 50Mbit, which every single hard drive can handle without issue, there are no problems with performance...