If it Ain't Broke, Make it Better: The Dream Azureus/Vuze Server Setup

Post by Maxime Rousseau

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As you might know if you've been following my Twitter feed, your's truly is departing Sunday of this week for a 13 year long military career. This is obviously a very big step in my life, in two ways: I'm going in the Army, which itself will surely affect my…

Raid in Linux: Easier than it Looks

Post by Maxime Rousseau

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Disk redundancy is something that I've been wanting in my home server for quite a while now, and since I now make¬†(relatively)¬†huge paychecks for working somewhere else than McDonalds, I thought that with the traditional HDD's prices plumetting because of the increasinly competitive SSD segment taking over, it…

[OCN] Small guide to Folding on Linux

Post by Maxime Rousseau

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Do you want to start folding for the cure under a linux OS? It's a fact, all machines run work units fast on tweaked linux, so what are you waiting for? I have compiled a small guide in my free time to get you folding, SMP or not, under linux…

Lock Your Daughters: Fedora 8 is in Town

Post by Maxime Rousseau

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The latest and greatest of the Red Hat (sponsored) distro was released yesterday, to my pleasure. This version, dubbed Werewolf, is the 8th release in the series, and like everything bearing the RH stamp, guarantees to kick ass. Although this release isnt jam packed with new features and functionality, but…