Intel/Vyatta claim they did it That’s the way it all went down. And now, repeating history, Intel has published an earth-shattering benchmark using Vyatta on a single-CPU Nehalem server. The result? Line-rate 20-Gigabit bi-directional networking performance from a class of servers widely available from Dell, HP, IBM etc — servers that cost less than $5,000. Read More →

Or how to configure postfix to use  alias_domain table found in postfixadmin schema Follow the closest howto (lacks domain aliases description) to setup the latest version of postfiadmin and make it work with your postfix. Then add two other maps so it will look something like: virtual_alias_maps = mysql:/etc/postfix/, mysql:/etc/postfix/ virtual_mailbox_maps = mysql:/etc/postfix/, mysql:/etc/postfix/ you Read More →

Yes, thats right, joining the crowd. I’ve been looking at these for about 4 months sliding my opinion from “disgusting” when I eventually stumbled upon Asus OhEEEs to “cool” when I’ve seen Lenovo’s S10. Anyway, I bought for three certain reasons, one being the curiosity, the other my recent “on the move” activity ( 15.4 Read More →

What’s wrong with it? … here’s what MSI’s US sales director Andy Tung told our friend Joanna at Laptop when she asked about high return rates:We have done a lot of studies on the return rates and haven’t really talked about it much until now. Our internal research has shown that the return of netbooks Read More →

A really nice page that shows in numbers who Canonical ( the company behind Ubuntu Linux driven by Mark Richard Shuttleworth, for the rest of us ) really is. Or at least it is my last argument in hating the pathetic distribution that sucks life essence from GNU/Linux. I’ve been always saying Ubuntu is a Read More →