How can you not love a tiny computer? I posted about Top 10 Raspberry Pi Myths and Truths and since then I'm up to four Raspberry Pi devices. The most recent is the new Raspberry Pi "Model B" that includes 512 megs of RAM.
A new name it may be in the NAS world, but from a well known stable – We Got Served welcomes ASUSTOR Inc. The new company is a subsidiary of ASUS focusing on Network Attached Storage and video surveillance products, set up to compete with the likes of Synology, QNAP and their peers.
The Apache Software Foundation's widely used open source Lucene/Solr search engine package has been upgraded to accommodate its users' seemingly insatiable need to collect and use ever-larger amounts of data.
Microsoft announced today its plans for Windows Server 2012, announcing four editions, and our old friend Windows Home Server did not make the cut. The editions, Windows Server 2012 Datacenter, Standard, Essentials, and Foundation, are a much simpler set of options than previous Windows Server offerings, but among the products left out of the mix is Windows Home Server.
Just in case you, too, got caught up in the hubbub surrounding the omnibus budget bill, the government's long-awaited copyright reforms passed a final vote in the House of Commons on Monday night, moving towards changes the heritage minister says are good for consumers, content creators and Canada's trading partners as well.
Most servers are probably automatically configured to network time, but if you want to set it up for yourself, or want to change the servers that you are syncing to, here’s the quick article that shows you how to do it.
OpenGoo, the free self-hosted version of Feng Office (a suite of open-source online collaboration tools that Darrell liked when he reviewed it back in May) has been renamed as Feng Office Community Edition, neatly consolidating all of the products...
The client base for the NTP Pool continues to grow, so we also need to increase the number of servers. Being a "public utility" of sorts (you likely use it for some computer or device in your house, office or both even if you don't know it), we need help from, well, the public. At least the particular kind of public who is running a server or two with static IP addresses and know how to configure a new daemon on it.
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