Category: Open Source

All Goes Well With One Exception

November 23, 2019 Gamecache Gaming Open Source Storage Technology 0

So far my eldest has all of her games on the gamecache drive.  Unfortunately ElderScrolls Online refused to run on the Gamecache drive.  It would hang up the network card causing all network connectivity to go away.  Only a restart of the machine would fix it.  However the fact that all of the other games… Read more

GameCache Project Updates

November 22, 2019 Gamecache Open Source Software Storage Technology 0

It is working out better than I anticipated.  Right now the eldest has been installing all of her games on the G drive.  I found out one of her games is nearly 200 Gigs in size.  Holy crap batman.  She can easily chew through more than 400 gigs of storage just with the games she… Read more

One Thing i like about zfs

November 19, 2019 Open Source Software Storage Technology 0

*Game Cache Update* Is the built in compression.  For vm’s you can sometimes get 5-10x compression because vms are mostly empty space.  ZFS does compression transparently.  Right now as part of the eldest’s game cache her system thinks it has written 75 gigabytes of data.  ZFS compression has reduced that down to 52.5G in the… Read more

An Interesting Revelation

December 21, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

Further Explanation of Why We Need to Move to Postgres

November 10, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

It’s time to move to postgres

November 4, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

More Casualties of Oracle’s Purchase of Sun

November 2, 2010 Open Source 0

IN Support of Another NPO

October 26, 2010 Linux NPO's Open Source Radio 0

Server Donation Part 4

October 14, 2010 Church Linux NPO's Open Source 0

Zimbra is about ready to go

September 15, 2010 Church Linux NPO's Open Source 0

What to do with a major server donation

August 15, 2010 Church Hardware Linux NPO's Open Source 0

Sometimes Virtualization ISN’T the Answer

July 29, 2010 Open Source 0

A case for Linux on the Corporate Desktop

June 21, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

Windows Server vs. Linux…which is better?

June 9, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

Terremark vCloud Express: First month « TechOpsGuys.com

May 12, 2010 Linux Open Source 0

More Railing aginst a non-existent monopoly

April 22, 2010 Open Source 0

MIcrosoft Exchange and Outlook may have met their match

March 8, 2010 Open Source 0

Yahoo’s Search to Become More Useless

February 18, 2010 Open Source 0

NewsFactor Network | MagicJack’s Next Act: Disappearing Cell Phone Fees

January 11, 2010 Open Source 0

How Open Source software can help save costs in our medical system.

December 15, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

MIcrosoft Forgets Basic Security in Bing.

November 11, 2009 Open Source 0

A huge Weapon Against crapware

October 28, 2009 Open Source 0

Some Basic IT Security Steps ALL People Should Follow

October 13, 2009 Open Source 0

Why IT Stereotypes Really Exist

September 13, 2009 Open Source 0

Vendors Start Releasing TCP DOS Flaw Patches

September 10, 2009 Open Source 0

August 2009 A/V Failures

August 12, 2009 Open Source 0

Microsoft August 2009 Black Tuesday Overview

August 11, 2009 Open Source 0

Firewall Server Offerings Set

August 2, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Centos Comes off of Life Support..But is the Project Truly in Recovery?

August 2, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Anyone Can Get Compromised

July 30, 2009 Open Source 0

Business Banking Should Not Be Done With Insecure Browsers

July 30, 2009 Open Source 0

What the BOOM post means to ECC clients

July 30, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

New Server Location

July 18, 2009 Open Source 0

Security issues with sudo in Ubuntu

July 18, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Oracle Could be Sending Solaris to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky.

July 13, 2009 Open Source 0

A MIsguided Attempt at Reducing Security

July 11, 2009 Open Source 0

Things are Moving Quicky now

July 11, 2009 Open Source 0

Microsoft Fixes a Long Time Bug

March 3, 2009 Open Source 0

Narrowing Down My Firewall Server Offerings

January 17, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

A New BSD Based Firewall Distro

January 15, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Is Apple/Linux Arrogant or Secure? Both..for Good Reason

January 11, 2009 Open Source 0

Linux Distro Timeline

January 5, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

SSL Cracked? The sky if falling!!!!! The sky if falling!!!!! The latest security overreaction

January 4, 2009 Open Source 0

Google’s Andriod Already A Netbook OS

January 2, 2009 Linux Open Source 0

Blog

October 23, 2008 Open Source 0

Microsoft extends support life of XP(the non-story) and a rebuttal of Leo Laporte.

June 25, 2008 Open Source 0

Security Through Obscurity Debunked

August 27, 2005 Open Source 1

Security Now!: MS and other closed source vendors like to say because their source is closed they are more secure. In other words the fact that others do not have access to the code any zero day vulns will be kept under wraps and not pose a danger to the userbase. Listen to this podcast… Read more

Defrag my linux?

August 27, 2005 Linux Open Source 0

BS’ Blog: Bryan J Smith devles into the MS file systems and compares then against Linux/Unix file sytems and digs out why MS needs defragmenting but Linux does not. *UPDATE* Bryan has updaed the post with more XFS and clarifications

Huge Cisco Mess

August 2, 2005 Open Source 3

*NOTE*” If i forgot to trackback you and i used your post let me know and i will correct it as soon as possible. Everyone i have linked to deserves proper credit..:) Cicso and ISS have created quite a mess for themselves. First, Mike Lynn showed at the BlackHat conference how to get the equivalent… Read more