Kik Messenger Tops 50M Registered Users, Adding Over 200K Per Day As It Delivers In-App Push For Kik Cardsview story

http://techcrunch.com – The messaging space is a hot one these days, and early player Kik is no exception. The Waterloo-based company announced today that its cross-platform messaging app now has over 50 million registered users, and is adding new ones at a rate of over 200,000 per day. (IT news)

Network setup on AWS for NFSview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a number of servers which all need external IP addresses, as they provide different services and need to be invidually accessible: server1.mydomain.com > server2.mydomain.com > server3.mydomain.com > ... serverN.mydomain.com > n.n.n.n Shared among these servers is a NFS share on a server called files.mydomain. Basically, I want to have my public serve (HowTos)

Cisco HSRP with spanning-tree slow failoverview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm having an issue with networking that I can't wrap my head around since I'm not a strong networking guy to get this. From our provider we have 2 drops via HSRP that go into our cisco 2960 switches that are stacked. So each switch has a drop. From there we have two Astaro devices behind the switches that handle all the firewall and VLAN routing. (HowTos)

Trying to get Samba workingview story

http://crunchbang.org – When I am in Puppy Linux, there is a drop dead simple GUI to manage Samba shares. I installed PyNeighborhood in #!. Not sure exactly what I can do with it. Are there any other Samba GUI tools I can use?When I go to my other computer, I can see the computer with the Printer share showing but not the Home share I set up. (HowTos)

RHEL (say 5.6, kernel 2.6.18-238) with dual IP address (IPv4v6)view story

http://serverfault.com – So I have a SERVER that that utilizes RHEL's (assume 5.6) underlying kernel for setting up TCP connections and other networking aspects. My deployment need requires that the SERVER have dual IP address, an IPv4 and an IPv6 address. The SERVER interacts with two entities, one on the left having an IPv6 address and one on the right having an IPv4 address (as shown in the figure below). (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Problems with Qualcomm USB modemview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I originally posted to the Networking forum on this problem (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2131762), but after a lot of reads, and no replies, I'm beginning to think I've asked the wrong question. So, I'll reframe the question differently... What component (or components) in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS are responsible for calling the qcserial code when I boot up my Thinkpad? (Hardware)

General Faster networking and gamesview story

http://androidforums.com – If your phone internet is slow, download Network Booster.... It works... If you are looking for good games, please download them from a company called GAMEVIL. Go to your play store and search for GAMEVIL.... Most of those games are ADDICTING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (General)

DLNA streaming interruptedview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hi,not sure if this is a networking or laptop issue, so Im posting it here anyway. Feel free to move the thread.I recently have set up my laptop as a Minidlna server to stream videos etc. (HowTos)

netctl is now in [core]view story

https://www.archlinux.org – Florian Pritz wrote: Meet netctl: a profile based networking CLI using systemd. In the near future, the old netcfg will be removed from [core]. Anyone using it is urged to move to netctl. (Distributions)

Some useful Chrome linksview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – To change the settings and access certain features of Chrome / Chromium, the common way is click the Wrench icon at the top right corner. However, Chrome/ Chromium has many other features that arent available in the menu. (Distributions)