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- Improve Internet Health with a Microsoft Tax?
OStatic: "Somebody better tell Microsoft that it's still March, because the suggestion of an "Internet usage tax" to fight Windows-powered botnets must be an April Fool's joke let out a month too early."
- Fully Utilizing Your X-Core CPU
Howtoforge: "Almost all systems sold nowadays have at least a dual-core CPU, even triple- or quad-cores are getting cheaper and getting standard in the near future. But how to utilize your shiny x-core to it's full potential, with applications that are only utilizing one core?"
- How to: Set Up TrueCrypt Disk Encryption, Part 2
eSecurityPlanet: "In this second and final part, we’ll discuss more complex methods and see how to configure TrueCrypt to automatically mount."
- How to Learn Embedded Linux (For Free Again)
The Linux Foundation: "With massive growth comes the need for skilled developer talent. As many of you know, the Linux Foundation launched Linux training courses for developer and sys admins last year, and has been steadily expanding its offerings."
- Beginner's Guide to Nmap
Linux.com: "Ever wondered how attackers know what ports are open on a system? Or how to find out what services a computer is running without just asking the site admin? You can do all this and more with a handy little tool called Nmap."
- Urgent: Please Help Head Off Website Blocking in UK
Computerworld UK: "We have only a few hours to stop something bad happening in the House of Lords *this afternoon*:"
- Intel's New Convertible Classmate PC Doubles as E-Reader
Wired: "The Intel Classmate PC has been around for the last three years as a low-cost notebook meant for children to use at school and for learning. Now, Intel is looking to refresh the design with a new, convertible model that can also be used like a tablet."
- Linux from Scratch 6.6 has arrived
The H Open: "The Linux from Scratch (LFS) project has released version 6.6 of its building instructions for Linux."
- Creating Flowcharts with Dia
Linux.com: "Linux has plenty of flowchart tools to satisfy nearly any need. Once of those tools is Dia. Dia is an open source, GTK+-based diagram creation tool for Linux."
- Take your freedom back, with Linux-2.6.33-libre
LWN.net: "Linux hasn't been Free Software since 1996, when Mr Torvalds accepted the first pieces of non-Free Software in the distributions of Linux he has published since 1991. Over these years, while this kernel grew by a factor of 14, the amount of non-Free firmware required by Linux drivers grew by an alarming factor of 83."
- Samba 3.5 release includes experimental SMB2 support
The H Open: "Major changes include implementation of SMB2 (used in Windows Vista and Windows 7) and support for Windows' 100 ns resolution timestamps, where supported by the kernel and system libraries."
- Senate Leader Blasts Tech Industry, Plans Net Freedom Law
Datamation: "A top Senate Democrat on Tuesday criticized the technology industry for its unwillingness to stand up to foreign governments that restrict access to online content, pledging to introduce legislation that would impose penalties on Internet companies that facilitate human rights violations in repressive regimes."
- Linux netfilter/iptables split access with multiple ISPs
Adam Palmer: "The article focuses on using the standard iproute2 tool to allow the box to attempt to balance traffic over multiple uplinks with multiple default routes. While relatively easy to set up, it has a few problems:"
- POSIX IO Must Die!
Linux Magazine: "But as the world of storage evolves with greatly increasing capacities and greatly increasing performance, it is time for POSIX IO to evolve or die."
- Ubuntu Lucid Alpha 3 - massive Intel 830m video fail
Click: "After figuring out how to get the screen to work on my Toshiba Satellite 1100-S101 and Gateway Solo 1450 laptops � both with Intel 830m video chips (aka 82830 CGC, also called i830m by many) in Ubuntu Lucid Alpha 2, do you want to know how things "improved" in Alpha 3? There's no improvement. Instead it's a massive fail."
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