Monday, March 11
Wrong Kind of Quacks Edition
- Nvidia has outbid Intel to buy Mellanox for $6.9 billion. (Tom's Hardware)
This is a good and logical fit because... Um, because... NO! THIS MAKES NO SENSE! WTF NV?
- Jealous that all the bad attention is going to Europe - and America - and China - and Japan and Australia - Thailand is proposing new legislation to make service providers criminally liable for their end users' acts of lèse-majesté. (TechDirt)
Also, if you google lèse-majesté, all the top hits relate to Thailand. That country has a serious bee up its butt.
- Reinstall your Linux server over SSH.
Yes, that involves reinstalling the SSH daemon, so this is just a tiny bit tricky.
- CSS is studying trigonometry. (ZDNet)
- MikroTik has more switches where that $270 10GbE model came from. (Serve the Home)
The CRS312-4C+8XG is 12-port 10Gbase-T managed switch with SFP+ support as well on four ports. That makes it an easy drop in to an existing network, unlike pure SFP+ switches.
No pricing just yet.
- Linux 5.1 may support Optane modules as system RAM. (Phoronix)
I'd be interested to see OS-level generalised NVM support, but this is a useful step.
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Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Tuesday, March 12 2019 03:23 AM (LZ7Bg)
Oh, like making new Usenet newsgroups. I remember doing that once back in the day--the instructions were what I assume were deliberately vague in one specific place that led a lot of people to fail their attempts in the exact same way.
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