Does the Next G stalk talk apply to Google, Facebook et al, too?view story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttAlthough Telstra is accused of not seeking customer permission before harvesting user online activity and passing on details to an overseas third party in the quest to build a mobile Internet filtering service, to whom do the packets belong? {loadposition alex08}When you’re communicating with people online by email, voice or video, or on the telephone, or through Fac (IT news)

SET not Cloning sitesview story

http://www.backtrack-linux.org – Hello, I have regarding a problem based on Social Engineering Tool-kit, but the thing is same question has been posted by someone before me & he didnt get any solution, mine is similar to it.. (HowTos)

[PL] Timeout pacmanaview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Teraz stało się coś co śmierdzi długim brakiem aktualizacji:(163/163) sprawdzanie spójności pakietów [################################################] 100% błąd: xz: signature from "Pierre Schmitz <[email protected]>" is unknown trust błąd: libsystemd: signature from "Dave Reisner <[email protected]>" is unknown trust (HowTos)

The great data roaming rip-off: prices from $0.25 to $50 per MBview story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Stuart CornerOpera Software has produced a report that highlights the enormous variation in the prices charged for international mobile data roaming. {loadposition stuart}Unfortunately the operators are not identified, and Australia is not included in the coverage either as a roaming destination or country of origin. (IT news)

Swap on uncompressed ramdisk - useless?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – For me swap is useful: I have 3gb ram and 2gb swap (OCZ SSD),I can still use the system with a bit of lag with the swap almost full (fiefox opera with a lot of tabs,amule,thunderbird,amsn etc... with many days of uptime). HD swap would be deadly slow instead. Xemertix https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=24759 2012-07-01T13:28:04Z (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Firefox, Chromium-Browser and ksoftirqdview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I've just begun to notice that when running Firefox and Chromium-Browser, that they both seem to run at rather high CPU loads (~50-60%) and seem to be "exciting" the ksoftirqd process, generating two processes each at ~10% apiece, steadily. Once either browser is killed, CPU drops back to single digit "idle" loads and the ksoftirqd processes disappear as well. (Hardware)

Anyone else experiencing high rates of linux server crashes today?view story

http://serverfault.com – POSTMORTEN Anticlimax: only thing that died was my VPN (openvpn) link to the cluster, so there was an exciting few seconds while it re-established. Everything else was fine. (HowTos)

Regex to Parse dataview story

http://www.unix.com – Experts and Informed folks, Need some help here in parsing the log file. HTML Code: 1389675        Opera_ShirtCatalog INSERT INTO Opera_ShirtCatalog(COL1, COL2) VALUES (1, 'TEST1'), (2,'TEST2'); 1389685        Opera_ShirtCatlog_Wom INSERT INTO Opera_ShirtCatlog_Wom(col1, col2, col3) VALUES (9,'Siz12, FormFit', 'Test'); Now, I need to print the rest of (HowTos)

KDE: in arrivo una nuova finestra per il dialogo della copiaview story

http://www.oneopensource.it – Il team di KDE in questi ultimi mesi sta lavorato duramente per il rilascio di KDE 4.9 (che dovrebbe arrivare a settembre), la maggior parte dei lavori sembra mirata al bugfixing e al miglioramento delle prestazioni senza l’introduzione di nuove features particolari. Tuttavia due sviluppatori del team di KDE, Cyril Oblikov e Björn Balazs, si sono messi al lavoro per la creazione di una nuova (Software)

Moving columns aroundview story

http://www.unix.com – This is a mysql night mare that I cant seem to wrap my head around. (HowTos)