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flume + mongodb vs flume + hadoop?view story

http://serverfault.com – We are investigating implementing flume on our 500+ servers and I would love to hear some war stories and opinions on which backend to store in. Seems like hadoop is the defacto for this, why? Several of my coworkers seem to like MongoDB. (HowTos)

Accessory Find and Accessory? Post it here!view story

http://androidforums.com – Post any links to accessories you find here please. User pics/opinions of your accessory purchase encouraged. (General)

Google stopped submitting patents to the USPTO: why?view story

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com – Software patent wars have always existed: companies fought them (or paid up), sometimes quietly, sometimes making a big fuss. However, something has changed over the last year or so: people started getting directly affected by software patents (ask anybody wanting a Samsung Galaxy Tab in Australia for Christmas 2011...). (General)

Android phones need to give root access. Now!view story

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com – I wanted to make an impression with my title. I hope I managed. I am writing this article as Gingerbreak's wheel spins aimlessly runs on my Galaxy S phone. I have little hope that I will actually be root on my phone. Here I am: I intended to write an article about Busybox, in order to turn an Android phone into something that really resembled a GNU/Linux system. (General)

How does the new iso compare to Statler ?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Just curious, still using the last release. Wondering what the #! community thinks of the latest one ? Worth the time to upgrade or ... ? Not sure how Corenominal could possibly improve on #!'s last release ... tis software perfection and pure gnu/linuxy goodness already. Then guess ... there's always room for improvement. So anything's possible. (HowTos)

#! Statler, November 2011 Updateview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I tried CrunchBang back in the, I think, 9.04 Ubuntu-based days. I liked it then as now.When Statler first came out, I loved it; with the recent changes to Statler, I still love it.I'm not going to comment here about the decision to remove the xfce-spin, etc. I have my opinions about these changes and that is all they are, somewhat-informed, personal opinions.I am now running #! exclusively. (HowTos)

Remote power controller reccommendations [closed]view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm looking for recommendations on inexpensive rackmount 1U or 2U remote power controllers that have a decent number of ports per unit - 8+. Preferably, this would be capable of outputting via POE ethernet jacks. However, outputting only us 120V power via outlets is fine as well. (HowTos)

[moved to correct thread] MY SCREEN (Opinions please)view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – still in works but looking alright beside not all rings showing in conky (HowTos)

Helloview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello all just like to say hello and seasons greetings...as linux hopper (distro to distro) i am thinking of settling on a distro and i'm thinking #! for that and was just wondering some opinions on what to settle with have used dristro from ubuntu to gentoo (HowTos)