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Posted by meshal on Thursday, April 06, 2006 @ 04:10:00 EDT (4157 reads)

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Posted by meshal on Thursday, April 06, 2006 @ 04:00:00 EDT (7252 reads)
dailytech.com :

Microsoft has announced that they will support customers that run Linux within Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2

In addition to making "virtualized" Linux support inside MVS 2005, Microsoft has also announced that it has made Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 a free download, previously priced at $99 for up to 4 processors or $199 for an unlimited number of processors. CNET claims:

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Posted by meshal on Tuesday, April 04, 2006 @ 15:05:44 EDT (5009 reads)

At the beginning of last month we published our preview of the ASRock 939SLI32-eSATA2, however, now that Fedora Core 5 was released two weeks ago, and we have in our hands the NVIDIA 1.0-8751 Beta Linux display drivers, we are prepared to deliver the remainder of this article.

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Posted by meshal on Friday, March 31, 2006 @ 17:29:17 EST (6111 reads)

The primary card used in testing was the EVGA e-GeForce 7900GT CO SUPERCLOCKED 256MB for which we have been using a lot over the past couple of days. This card comes overclocked by default to speeds of 550MHz for the G71 core and 1580MHz memory frequency, compared against the reference 450/1320MHz. As we had done earlier this week with our NVIDIA 1.0-8751 + EVGA 7900GT 256MB review.

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Posted by meshal on Sunday, March 12, 2006 @ 05:26:54 EST (5536 reads)

0.50 ----- - Added support for DDR2 SDRAM EEPROM. Thanks to Jean Delvare. - Fixed a bug where 1 GB memory modules would show as "1 24 MB". Thanks to Jean Delvare. - Fix a core dump on exit when only unsupported devices were found. Thanks to Jean Delvare.

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Posted by meshal on Saturday, February 04, 2006 @ 07:02:03 EST (9919 reads)
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Topic: security
Posted by meshal on Saturday, February 04, 2006 @ 04:24:41 EST (6350 reads)
phoronix:

Albatron K8SLI does pack on its wealth of motherboard innovations when it comes to the dual BIOS with ABS card, Watch Dog Timer, and digital SLI selector. As far as the Linux support goes, we had experienced no problems with the exception of LM_Sensors and its detection. With the motherboard layout, we had also noticed a few flaws with its design, which is likely due to the skinnier PCB design that it is based upon.

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Topic: hardware
Posted by meshal on Saturday, February 04, 2006 @ 04:14:09 EST (3936 reads)

Although ATI's X1000 series graphics processors have stolen a great deal of the attention off its predecessors, there remains no Linux 3D support at this time for these latest red solutions. However, for Linux users with the present status of ATI's proprietary drivers the X800 remains a respectable solution for those not looking to fall to the green team with their overwhelming Linux presence . complete review


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Posted by meshal on Saturday, February 04, 2006 @ 04:03:31 EST (4771 reads)
linuxhardware:

It's been about 6 months since our last big desktop processor review (July '05: Battle of the High-End CPUs), but here we are at another big release from both Intel and AMD. In this review we'll be taking a look at the new big dogs from both companies. This time they're laying it all down and going for the highest clocked dual-core processors they can pump out.

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Posted by meshal on Saturday, February 04, 2006 @ 03:58:47 EST (5323 reads)

This acronym NeWBIE is pronounced just like the word "newbie" and stands for (Ne)tBSD (W)are (B)urned (I)n (E)conomy. Newbie is a NetBSD live CD (Fluxbox GUI) similar in spirit to the well-known FreeSBIE live CD. Newbie currently caters to the casual desktop-user but will also serve as a core for creating a NetBSD version of Arudius (see below) - a network security auditing tool. Why based on NetBSD?

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