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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)

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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)

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[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)

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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)

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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)

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[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)

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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)

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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)

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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)

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Moving columns aroundview story

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