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Will ZFS and non-ECC RAM kill your data?

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NewsThe article Will ZFS and non-ECC RAM kill your data? enlightens those who believe any random writings on the internet (Yes, FreeNAS forum; I am looking at you lot), and think that "zfs is special and requires ECC RAM more than any other filesystem".
 
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Eleven Python resources

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NewsOr 11 resources for teaching and learning Python as the article is called. Good stuff.
 
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PlatformIO

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NewsPlatformIO is an open source ecosystem for IoT development.
 
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Retro: run AIX PS/2 on emulator

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NewsIf you are interested in retrocomputing, running a classic version of AIX on an emulated PS/2 machine might be desirable.
 
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FPGArduino

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NewsFPGArduino transform popular FPGA development boards into microcontroller systems programmable using the intuitive Arduino development environment.
 
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PDP2011

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NewsPDP2011 a re-creation of the well known series of PDP-11 computer systems in VHDL.
 
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DevStack

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NewsIf you have heard about OpenStack and want to try it out, DevStack is the tool for you.
 
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Qubes 3.0

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NewsQubes 3.0 was released (announcement) on October 1st, 2015. See previous writings about Qubes to find out what it is..
 
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OnionShare

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NewsOnionShare is an open source tool that lets you securely and anonymously share a file of any size.
 
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quick tip: make ssh retry until the host is up

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Newsif you are waiting for a host to boot so you can ssh into it, automate the process: $ until ssh -o ConnectTimeout=2 $host; do sleep 1; done

(found in a message on the freebsd-stable mailing list)

 
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