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OpenBSD 3.0 available?

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OpenBSD/NetBSDOver at BSDatwork, I read this story about OpenBSD 3.0-RELEASE now being available via ftp. I don't know if this is correct, or if this is just a prerelease. Check it out for yourself.
 
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2Gb MultiMediaCard in the works

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HardwareYou always need more room for stuff. Just when you thought that 60Gb drive was enough, it just isn't. So the storage guys puts more data into smaller space, you go out and haul in the latest 160Gb drive, and everybody is happy.
 
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Nostalgia: CP/M is now Open Source

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Do you remember CP/M? You know, before Dos?

NewsForge carries this story about The Unofficial CP/M Web site. The main point in the article is that CP/M now is open sourced by the current owners (Lineo).

Read the article at NewsForge.

 
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Wise integration in Visual Studio .NET

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WindowsWise Solutions' product, Wise for Windows Installer, will be integrated with Visual Studio .NET. WfWI is the tool that makes those nifty MSI-files (Microsoft Installer), which helps Windows install, uninstall and repair itself without the user getting in the way. Nice for megahuge corporations with locked down workstations.

Read the press release at Wise Solutions' web site.
 
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KDE upgrade - triple 2 release is out there

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GNU/LinuxOn November 21st, 2001, the KDE Project released KDE 2.2.2. This is a security and service release and marks the last scheduled release of the KDE 2 series, although further releases may occur.
 
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Water-cooled PC?

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HardwareIs your AMD cpu running hot? Even with all the noisy fans you just installed? Then maybe it's time to look for a new solution. Tom's Hardware Guide reviews a new water-cooled case from Koolance.

Check out the full review. In Europe, you can buy this from Innovatek in Germany.

 
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Strange things....

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NewsWould you want a webmail account where everybody could read your email? Well, if you need to you can have it now. Check out the Oh Craps! project.
 
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The REAL tourist guy

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NewsHave you seen the famous fake picture of the guy on top of the World Trade Center, with the airliner just about to hit? And have you seen all the other sites, like Tourist Guy, Tourist of Death and WTC Tourist?

Now the guy have turned himself in. Or rather, he stood up in a Hungarian online news site, Index. The reason for this? The tourist guy is from Hungary.

And if hungarian isn't one of your native tongues, try the story on Wired instead.
 
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Building an E-mail Virus Detection System for Your Network

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SecurityThis article from Linux Journal explains how to make sure that your mail server(s) and gateway(s) don't participate in the spreading of viruses.
 
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It's all bright RED!

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HardwareMSI used to save their bright red PCB's for special edition boards with special features. Now its nearly every new MSI board who hit the market.

Take a look at the boards on the main page of MSI. It's definitively bright RED!
 
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