2017-11-16T13:08:15Z via Spigot To: PublicFLOSS Weekly 459: Offnet https://twit.tv/shows/floss-weekly/episodes/459
Offnet is a facility that allows computers, smartphones, or other wireless devices to connect wirelessly within a particular area without an internet connection. Designed with developing countries in mind, with limited infrastructure and costly communication options, Offnet is targeted towards small and medium sized businesses.
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2017-11-15T12:41:11Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
https://www.cardsagainsthumanitysavesamerica.com/#faq -- there are a lot of good ones here...not all of them though...like the one about countries fell flat to me
2017-11-13T19:05:12Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
Although I've known about it for years, I've never actually used #Wireshark until today. This USBPcap program looks like it might be useful for troubleshooting the tethering issue I am having too. Although, the tethering issue will probably not get worked on again until I actually need to tether because that's life.
2017-11-12T21:13:02Z via Spigot To: PublicAnt The Symbol - 171112 - Music Manumit Podcast http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MusicManumit/~3/06sfAH-fDA8/ant-symbol-171112-music-manumit-podcast.html Ant The Symbol This episode: I talk with hip-hop artist Ant The Symbol, he continues to experiment with new ways to bring the funk to life in his own way. A sense of a certain deterministic experimentation. Whether you’ve heard Ant’s music before or not, be sure that you check it out! Audio mp3 audio | ogg audio | stream | torrent Subscribe to the Show: via iTunes | Other via RSS Links http://blocsonic.com/artist/ant-the-symbol https://facebook.com/antthesymbol https://soundcloud.com/ant-the-symbol https://twitter.com/antthesymbolrva Closing track: "We Can Talk About That (Featuring Johnny Ciggs)" by Ant The Symbol - CC BY-NC-SA
2017-11-12T16:54:15Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
and I don't mean like a chain that is still going. I mean, I sent 1 email, and I am now get a first response.
2017-11-12T16:54:14Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
I just got a response to an email I sent in 2016...
- Not sure why this one didn't come through, since things after it did...
It always seemed like there should be more warging, but I guess the fact that you can get stuck would be a reason not to do it: https://nerdist.com/bran-night-king-game-of-thrones-theory/
The issue of 11 not using her powers in Stranger Things is much more obvious, though I do often find it much more predictable.
2017-11-09T03:02:00Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
"Although maybe the show could still consult one to figure out how fast a dragon could fly from Dragonstone to the Wall. WeâTMre fine with a dead, magical dragon, but weâTMd still like him to follow the laws of physics." Yeah, that always bothered me...although I guess we don't know exactly how long they were out there. And I mean, it's November, if you haven't seen it yet, you're going to run into spoilers here and there.
2017-11-09T01:23:16Z via Spigot To: PublicFLOSS Weekly 458: Crail https://twit.tv/shows/floss-weekly/episodes/458
Crail is a storage platform for sharing performance critical data in distributed data processing jobs at very high speed. Crail is built entirely upon principles of user-level I/O and specifically targets data center deployments with fast network and storage hardware (e.g., 100Gbps RDMA, plenty of DRAM, NVMe flash, etc.) as well as new modes of operation such resource disaggregation or server-less computing. Crail is written in Java and integrates seamlessly with the Apache data processing ecosystem (e.g., Spark, Hadoop, Flink). It can be used as (i) a backbone to accelerate high-level data operations such as shuffle, reduce, or broadcast; (ii) a cache to store hot data that is queried repeatedly; (iii) a storage platform for sharing inter-job data in complex multi-job pipelines. Last week, Crail has been voted in to become an Apache Incubator project.
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2017-11-07T19:36:43Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
I assume the answer is no, but is there any sort of AIX emulator publicly available? !sysadmin
2017-11-06T19:38:44Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
How would one check to see if ipv4 --> ipv6 translations is happening? netstat gives me the following: tcp6 0 0 :::5544 ::: LISTEN However, only the following in tcp (vs tcp6): tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:111 0.0.0.0: LISTEN tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:22 0.0.0.0: LISTEN tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:25 0.0.0.0: LISTEN !sysadmin
2017-11-06T17:58:26Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
Wore my Jon Snow coat to work today. It was glorious.
2017-11-06T15:53:43Z via NavierStokesApp To: Public
Tethering on windows 7 assigns an IP but I can't actually get anywhere. Thoughts? No access to a Linux (or anything other than windows 7) desktop here, sadly.
"tethering" as in for a mobile phone via usb?
I vaguely remember there is some setting in windows about sharing the internet connection.. could be related ..
also maybe check any dns-related settings ..
does it work if you manually enter the dns server in the phone settings?
otherwise maybe install cygwin on it (for me thats a "must have" on windows machines generally - gives you a bashlike shell and familar linux tools - quite a lot of linux software can compile on cygwin)