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Gunwalloe on The Lizrd Peninsula, Cornwall.

 

A view taken looking along the coast path from above the beach at Dollar Cove, over Winnianton Farm, to Church Cove on the far right, and Mullion Golf Course in the distance.

 

For those familiar with the "Poldark" saga, part of which was filmed here, the relationship between Winnianton Farmhouse on the left, and the beach at Dollar Cove, off to the right, is my virtualisation of the relationship between Nampara and its cove.

By the 2140's most of humanity had attained full virtualisation. Almost 100% of the planet's mass, outside of the mantle, had been converted to smart material as a substrate for society's mindstates and the solar energy harvesting systems required to support it.

 

A few hundred thousand, the New Luddites, refused to leave the flesh they considered to be a divine gift and therefore sacrosanct. Earth had long become uninhabitable as an ecosystem so they resolved to build new arks and sail for the Kepler system, 600 light years away, where Planet 22-b held the promise of being their New Earth.

 

The arks were driven by vast fusion motors, accelerating the arks to a maximum of just under 0.4C at the midpoint. The voyage was to take over 3000 years, with generations of specially trained navigators and crew awakened for decade-long stints at the helm. The arks held their precious cargo of humans, animals, plants and micro-organisms in outboard hibernation pods. But interstellar space held as yet unknown horrors and the attrition rates of the living cargo were severe.

 

Pls see also space scene here: www.flickr.com/photos/halfbeak/6529244993

 

 

"uroborus issue"

dic.2010.ene.feb.2011

 

veranosurinviernonorte

 

*on PAPER

 

*NAVIGATE it

 

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La capacidad de adaptación humana como causa y consecuencia.

¿Cambiamos el entorno para dar soluciones y después nos adaptamos al cambio, o cambiamos sólo porque somos capaces de adaptarnos?

 

¿Cuándo y cómo se invirtió la relación según la cual las máquinas aspirarían a la condición humana, para en cambio tomar -cada vez más- imágenes del mundo mecánico-digital y emplearlas en nuestra propia descripción?

 

La tecnología como instrumento para la auto-saturación. ¿Hasta dónde somos capaces de absorber? ¿Cuánta virtualización soporta el hardware humano?

 

El problema de la densidad (densidad en el tiempo y el espacio), una densidad frente a la cual uno avanza convirtiéndose en un autómata funcional, filtrando el exceso de colores brillantes, el exceso de sonidos alarmantes, la saturación de productos en los comercios, de redes y de “amigos”, de “eventos” y “contenidos”, de trabajos y funciones. ¿A fuerza de mercado hemos saturado los sistemas al punto de volverlos inhabitables?

 

La farsa saturada,

de grasa, de estilo, de piel que se estira, de burdos maniqueísmos, de carencias sin prosodia, de tildes obcecadas, de verbos sin gracia, de ruido en do mayor, de miel o carbón.

 

En (o dentro de) un juego o mecanismo siniestro en el cual (o según el cual) nuestro objetivo es cumplir con todos los objetivos, vivir “a tope”, ser “eficientes y competitivos”. ¿Alguien (¿quién?) regula o dirige este proceso?

 

Dialemáticas emergentes: hombre/máquina, transformación/saturación. Dualidades que son en el fondo la misma, considerando al hombre como el campeón de las transformaciones y a la máquina como el instrumento de la saturación.

 

¿Seducción de un mundo que a causa de sus ventajas nos arrastra hacia su lógica?

 

La “saturación”; definida como una situación en la cual las soluciones se han transformado en problemas, lo probable se realiza cada vez menos, y lo improbable sucede más y más.

 

Uroborus, ouroborus.

 

# # #

 

(ç)

 

L'adaptabilité de l'homme, cause et effet.

 

Devons-nous changer notre environnement pour apporter des solutions à la nécessité de nous adapter, ou devons-nous changer uniquement parce que nous en sommes capables et ne découvrir qu'au cours du processus les solutions que nous aurions pu apporter ?

 

Examinons la possibilité d'améliorer l'espèce, examinons-en la conscience et la volonté. Comme s'il était possible de faire de la science un art et de l'homme son œuvre la plus achévée, la plus brillante. Quand et comment cette relation a-t-elle été renversée ? Cette relation selon laquelle les machines aspirent à la condition humaine pour atteindre un état dans lequel nous prenons de plus en plus d'images de ce processus mécanico-numérique lui-même pour nous décrire ? Est-ce de la jalousie de la part de l'homme ?

 

La technologie en tant qu'instrument d'auto-saturation. La virtualisation de la réalité (au sens où une machine est virtualisée) implique-t-elle de saturer cette réalité ? Que sommes-nous capables d'absorber ? Quel niveau de virtualisation l'homme physique peut-il supporter ?

 

Problème de la densité (densité dans l'espce et dans le temps). Une densité telle, qu'elle est impossible à gérer en son sein ; une densité que l'on ne contre qu'en se mutant en automate fonctionnel, filtrant les excés de couleurs vives, les excés de signaux d'alarme, l'offre saturée des produits marchandisés, les «amis» proliférants des réseaux sociaux , les «événements» et les «contenus» des chantiers et des projets. A force de marketing, avons-nous saturé l'ensemble des systèmes au point de les rendre inhabitables ?

 

Farce saturée de fatuité, de minauderie, de peaux liftées, de manichéismes flagrants, de palabres sans consistance, de tons péremptoires, de verbe sans grâce, de bruit en do majeur, de miel comme de crasse.

 

Satellites saturés de locuteurs sans interprètes, de gloussements insipides, de rituels vides de sens, de distanciations fictives, de perspectives brouillonnes.

Un jeu (ou un mécanisme) sinistre dans lequel (ou par lequel) notre objectif est d'atteindre tous nos objectifs, de vivre "dans l'abondance", d'être "efficace" et "concurrentiel". Est-ce que quelqu'un (qui?) réglemente ou oriente la direction, la logique et la vitesse de ce processus ?

 

Deux dualités émergent (Dialectiques ? Dialemmatiques ?) : celle de l'homme/machine et celle de la transformation/saturation. Deux dualités qui sont profondément la même, considérant l'homme comme le champion des transformations et la machine comme l'instrument de ses saturations.

 

Renversement historique. Au début de la révolution industrielle la machine était annoncée comme solution à l'aliénation par le travail, désormais la machine est devenue le problème ... suspecte de créer de nouvelles aliénations (accélération du temps, rentabilité des processus, débordement de l'information, modélisation de la vie). Séduction d'un monde qui, grâce à ses avantages, nous entraîne dans sa logique ?

 

Au final, le thème sous-jacent est la «saturation», en tant que situation dans laquelle les solutions sont devenues les problèmes, en tant que situation où le probable est de moins en moins réalisé, et l'improbable de plus en plus subi.

 

Uroborus, urobor-us.

 

# # #

 

(sh)

 

Human ability for adaptation as cause and consequence.

Do we change our environment to give solutions and then adapt to change, or do we change just because we’re able to adapt?

 

When and how was the relationship inverted, that relationship according to which machines would aspire to the human condition to reach a state in which we take more and more images from the mechanical-digital work to use them to describe ourselves?

 

Technology as an instrument for self-saturation. How much are we able to absorb? How much virtualization can human hardware support?

 

The problem of density (density in time and space), a density against which one moves forward turning into a functional automaton, filtering the excess of bright colours, the excess of alarming sounds, the saturation of products in shops, of networks and “friends”, “events” and “contents”, of works and functions. By dint of marketing, have we saturated all the systems up to the point of making them uninhabitable?

 

The saturated farce,

of fat, of style, of stretching skin, of blatant manichaeism, of shortage without prosody, of obstinate accents, of graceless verbs, of noise in C major, of honey or coal.

 

In (or inside of) a sinister game or mechanism in which (or according to which) our aim is to fulfil every aim, living “to the full”, being “efficient and competitive”. Does someone (who?) regulate or direct this process?

 

Emerging dialemmatics: man/machine, transformation/saturation. Dualities that are in depth the same, considering man as the champion of transformations and the machine as the instrument of saturations.

 

Seduction of a world that, through its advantages, drags us towards its logic?

 

The “saturation”, defined as a situation in which solutions have turned into problems, the probable is less and less realized, and the improbable happens more and more.

 

Uroborus, ouroborus.

 

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edit(ing), direct(ing) & complements_

fernando prats

 

art direct(ing) & design(ing)_

estudi prats

 

colacao & ordenaciones_

rivera valdez

 

biotranslat(ing) & reflejos_

alicia pallas

 

(h)original music_

albert jordà / nevus project

 

(h)original video_

raquel barrera sutorra

 

front cover(ing) preYdation_ thomas hagström

 

open(ing) flashforward_ jurek durczak

 

back(c)over(ing) mirror jones

 

...from

 

roman aixendri

brancolina

jurek durczak

wilma eras

oriol espinal

thomas hagström

françoise lucas

graciela oses

alicia pallas

gabriela piccini

fernando prats

beatriz g. ramírez

miguel ruibal

jef safi

nirvana sq

dou_ble_you

 

from...

 

a coruña

acuitzio del canje

antwerp

barcelona

buenos aires

campredó

grenoble

helsingborg

puerto iguazú

london

lublin

mar del plata

nijmegen

polop

tarragona

terrassa

 

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YSE #26 Original Music | Original videos | YSElected videos

 

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Official WEBsite | Flickr Group | Facebook | MySpace | Twitter | YouTube

 

Also @ Vimeo, Hi5, Tumblr & more.

BSCUK Wallpapers and interfacelift.com, icons by joy-vincent Alumi

OiOS Hipster project Please note this is not currently a supported production release

 

Desktop wallpaper BSCUK, graphics www.vecteezy.com icons mac4linoios interfacelift.com version

  

OiOS Desktop

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on or x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Recreational User or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS Server

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Business, or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS 151a9 Increased migration by world exchanges financial exchanges to Unix and Linux opens development to stock trading platform giving more opportunities to run software on more stable Unix platforms

 

Free open source enterprise systems preview available on live DVD or USB stick

 

Professionals Join in @

 

- Openindiana.org

 

- #openindiana on irc.freenode.net

  

- www.facebook.com/openindiana?ref=ts&fref=ts

  

 

Y sin embargo #26 - urobor'us

 

ON PAPER

 

NAVIGATE it

  

(ç)

 

L'adaptabilité de l'homme, cause et effet.

 

Devons-nous changer notre environnement pour apporter des solutions à la nécessité de nous adapter, ou devons-nous changer uniquement parce que nous en sommes capables et ne découvrir qu'au cours du processus les solutions que nous aurions pu apporter ?

 

Examinons la possibilité d'améliorer l'espèce, examinons-en la conscience et la volonté. Comme s'il était possible de faire de la science un art et de l'homme son œuvre la plus achévée, la plus brillante. Quand et comment cette relation a-t-elle été renversée ? Cette relation selon laquelle les machines aspirent à la condition humaine pour atteindre un état dans lequel nous prenons de plus en plus d'images de ce processus mécanico-numérique lui-même pour nous décrire ? Est-ce de la jalousie de la part de l'homme ?

 

La technologie en tant qu'instrument d'auto-saturation. La virtualisation de la réalité (au sens où une machine est virtualisée) implique-t-elle de saturer cette réalité ? Que sommes-nous capables d'absorber ? Quel niveau de virtualisation l'homme physique peut-il supporter ?

 

Problème de la densité (densité dans l'espce et dans le temps). Une densité telle, qu'elle est impossible à gérer en son sein ; une densité que l'on ne contre qu'en se mutant en automate fonctionnel, filtrant les excés de couleurs vives, les excés de signaux d'alarme, l'offre saturée des produits marchandisés, les «amis» proliférants des réseaux sociaux , les «événements» et les «contenus» des chantiers et des projets. A force de marketing, avons-nous saturé l'ensemble des systèmes au point de les rendre inhabitables ?

 

Farce saturée de fatuité, de minauderie, de peaux liftées, de manichéismes flagrants, de palabres sans consistance, de tons péremptoires, de verbe sans grâce, de bruit en do majeur, de miel comme de crasse.

 

Satellites saturés de locuteurs sans interprètes, de gloussements insipides, de rituels vides de sens, de distanciations fictives, de perspectives brouillonnes.

Un jeu (ou un mécanisme) sinistre dans lequel (ou par lequel) notre objectif est d'atteindre tous nos objectifs, de vivre "dans l'abondance", d'être "efficace" et "concurrentiel". Est-ce que quelqu'un (qui?) réglemente ou oriente la direction, la logique et la vitesse de ce processus ?

 

Deux dualités émergent (Dialectiques ? Dialemmatiques ?) : celle de l'homme/machine et celle de la transformation/saturation. Deux dualités qui sont profondément la même, considérant l'homme comme le champion des transformations et la machine comme l'instrument de ses saturations.

 

Renversement historique. Au début de la révolution industrielle la machine était annoncée comme solution à l'aliénation par le travail, désormais la machine est devenue le problème ... suspecte de créer de nouvelles aliénations (accélération du temps, rentabilité des processus, débordement de l'information, modélisation de la vie). Séduction d'un monde qui, grâce à ses avantages, nous entraîne dans sa logique ?

 

Au final, le thème sous-jacent est la «saturation», en tant que situation dans laquelle les solutions sont devenues les problèmes, en tant que situation où le probable est de moins en moins réalisé, et l'improbable de plus en plus subi.

 

Uroborus, urobor-us.

 

###

 

(ñ)

 

La capacidad de adaptación humana como causa y consecuencia.

¿Cambiamos el entorno para dar soluciones y después nos adaptamos al cambio, o cambiamos sólo porque somos capaces de adaptarnos?

 

¿Cuándo y cómo se invirtió la relación según la cual las máquinas aspirarían a la condición humana, para en cambio tomar -cada vez más- imágenes del mundo mecánico-digital y emplearlas en nuestra propia descripción?

 

La tecnología como instrumento para la auto-saturación. ¿Hasta dónde somos capaces de absorber? ¿Cuánta virtualización soporta el hardware humano?

 

El problema de la densidad (densidad en el tiempo y el espacio), una densidad frente a la cual uno avanza convirtiéndose en un autómata funcional, filtrando el exceso de colores brillantes, el exceso de sonidos alarmantes, la saturación de productos en los comercios, de redes y de “amigos”, de “eventos” y “contenidos”, de trabajos y funciones. ¿A fuerza de mercado hemos saturado los sistemas al punto de volverlos inhabitables?

 

La farsa saturada,

de grasa, de estilo, de piel que se estira, de burdos maniqueísmos, de carencias sin prosodia, de tildes obcecadas, de verbos sin gracia, de ruido en do mayor, de miel o carbón.

 

En (o dentro de) un juego o mecanismo siniestro en el cual (o según el cual) nuestro objetivo es cumplir con todos los objetivos, vivir “a tope”, ser “eficientes y competitivos”. ¿Alguien (¿quién?) regula o dirige este proceso?

 

Dialemáticas emergentes: hombre/máquina, transformación/saturación. Dualidades que son en el fondo la misma, considerando al hombre como el campeón de las transformaciones y a la máquina como el instrumento de la saturación.

 

¿Seducción de un mundo que a causa de sus ventajas nos arrastra hacia su lógica?

 

La “saturación”; definida como una situación en la cual las soluciones se han transformado en problemas, lo probable se realiza cada vez menos, y lo improbable sucede más y más.

 

Uroborus, urobor-us.

 

# # #

 

(sh)

 

Human ability for adaptation as cause and consequence.

Do we change our environment to give solutions and then adapt to change, or do we change just because we’re able to adapt?

 

When and how was the relationship inverted, that relationship according to which machines would aspire to the human condition to reach a state in which we take more and more images from the mechanical-digital work to use them to describe ourselves?

 

Technology as an instrument for self-saturation. How much are we able to absorb? How much virtualization can human hardware support?

 

The problem of density (density in time and space), a density against which one moves forward turning into a functional automaton, filtering the excess of bright colours, the excess of alarming sounds, the saturation of products in shops, of networks and “friends”, “events” and “contents”, of works and functions. By dint of marketing, have we saturated all the systems up to the point of making them uninhabitable?

 

The saturated farce,

of fat, of style, of stretching skin, of blatant manichaeism, of shortage without prosody, of obstinate accents, of graceless verbs, of noise in C major, of honey or coal.

 

In (or inside of) a sinister game or mechanism in which (or according to which) our aim is to fulfil every aim, living “to the full”, being “efficient and competitive”. Does someone (who?) regulate or direct this process?

 

Emerging dialemmatics: man/machine, transformation/saturation. Dualities that are in depth the same, considering man as the champion of transformations and the machine as the instrument of saturations.

 

Seduction of a world that, through its advantages, drags us towards its logic?

 

The “saturation”, defined as a situation in which solutions have turned into problems, the probable is less and less realized, and the improbable happens more and more.

 

Uroborus, urobor-us.

 

###

 

edit(ing), direct(ing) & complements_

fernando prats

 

art direct(ing) & design(ing)_

estudi prats

 

colacao & ordenaciones_

rivera valdez

 

biotranslat(ing) & reflejos_

alicia pallas

 

(h)original music_

albert jordà / nevus project

 

(h)original video_

raquel barrera sutorra

 

front cover(ing) preYdation_ thomas hagström

 

open(ing) flashforward_ jurek durczak

 

back(c)over(ing) mirror jones

 

...from

roman aixendri, brancolina, jurek durczak, wilma eras, oriol espinal, thomas hagström, françoise lucas, graciela oses, alicia pallas, gabriela piccini, fernando prats, beatriz g. ramírez, miguel ruibal, jef safi, nirvana sq, dou_ble_you

 

from...

a coruña, acuitzio del canje, antwerp, barcelona, buenos aires, campredó, grenoble, helsingborg, puerto iguazú, london, lublin, mar del plata, nijmegen, polop, tarragona, terrassa

 

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YSE #26 Original Music | Original videos | YSElected videos

OiOS Hipster Server Project 2015

 

Are you a talented enterprise professional developer looking to make a difference in enterprise 2015 ?

 

Why not join the Hipster project and contribute to this really interesting project ? Is your company developing software which maybe be useful to this project ? Is your company interested in sponsoring wallpapers or theme combinations ?

 

Visit the project page to get started on a new direction ?

 

Live and installable development iso available

  

wiki.openindiana.org/oi/Contributing+to+hipstero

 

Bscuk wallpapers and vecteezy.com graphics art

  

creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

oracle wallpaper mac4linoios icons gnomelook.org

 

creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

 

Overview

 

Oios and illumos technologies provide the best platform available today, with cutting edge features, many of which cannot be found on other operating systems:

 

ZFS – the last word in filesystems

Zones – a Lightweight Virtualisation Technology

SMF – the Service Management Facility for software lifecycle control

IPS – a next generation network based package management system

FMA – the Fault Management Architecture

COMSTAR – an enterprise SCSI target system supporting iSCSI/iSER/FC/FCOE

Crossbow – a next generation fully virtualised high performance network stack

DTrace – an extensive, deep diagnosis and debugging framework

Boot Environments – transactional operating system upgrades with rollback

Role Based Access Control – RBAC allows granting least-privilege access to processes and users

IP Multipathing – IPMP provides high availability networking and greater bandwidth

Integrated L3/L4 kernel mode Load Balancer

Integrated VRRP IP failover facility

 

Deliver remote services to clients with desktop sharing and terminal services

 

Overview

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQDAMCzkhHc

  

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxM-C7XOr7k

  

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I4aM0OM0d8

   

wallpapers bscuk and graphic Martin Hajek www.flickr.com/photos/nepaltibet2005/page2

 

2016 is going to be an exciting year with graphics enhancements to appeal to a wider hardware audience ,website,further integration of of packages,security, and program updates.

 

We also encourage final year university students to contribute,run university and personal projects in open enterprise and Java.

Openindiana (OiOS) Server solaris Debian operating system

 

Award winner of 2012 OpenStack, which is available under the Apache 2.0 license alternatives are Eucalyptus and the Apache CloudStack project, two other open source cloud initiatives.

 

Overview

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJ4b8HFmFTc

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=dclcFiVvO7g

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9X-vYefqWs

  

Join in @

- Openindiana.org

- #openindiana on irc.freenode.net

- www.facebook.com/openindiana?ref=ts&fref=ts

  

OiOS 151a 9 OiOS Desktop

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Recreational User or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS Server

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Business, or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS 151a9 Increased migration by world exchanges financial exchanges to Unix and Linux opens development to stock trading platform giving more opportunities to run software on more stable Unix platforms. (See separate project for sparc systems)

 

Free open source enterprise systems available on live DVD or USB stick

 

Professionals Join in @

- Openindiana.org

- #openindiana on irc.freenode.net

- www.facebook.com/openindiana?ref=ts&fref=ts

  

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ift.tt/1AnO9ge

 

Are you looking for the best web hosting services for your needs? Whether you need a place to host your small personal blog, or a major corporate website, the following list will help you identify the best host for your needs.

Finding the best web hosting service isn’t quite as straightforward as just searching for a service in Google and choosing the one with the lowest price. There are a lot of issues to consider, and those all have to do with why you need the service, and how you intend to use it.

Once you have a handle on your actual needs, you can purchase the web hosting plan that is right for you. Choose one that’s undersized, and you’ll end up with lots of website outages and performance issues. Choose one that’s oversized, and you’ll be throwing away money that you could instead use to improve the quality of your website itself.

Defining Your Web Hosting Needs

 

Before choosing your web host, you’ll need to do a little bit of homework about your requirements. Consider the following concerns, and decide the importance of each item on a scale of 0 to 10 — with 0 being not at all important, and 10 being critically important.

 

Speed – How responsive do you need your site to be? It may not matter if your personal site takes a few moments to load, but if you have a sales website, those few seconds can lead to lost customers.

 

Bandwidth – How much data do you need to transfer from your site to the Internet? This is usually tied to how many visitors you expect to have on your website at any given time. The real-time section of Google Analytics can help you figure this out.

 

Storage Space – How many pages are on your website? Are you hosting a lot of large images or videos? Before you say “a lot”, consider whether you could use free image hosting services, or more efficiently resize your images for your site.

 

Technical Support – How tech savvy are you? Are you frequently struggling to figure out how to make changes to your site, or do you only need help when the server is down?

 

Once you have a clear picture of each of these needs, you can work your way through the following list and identify which is the best web hosting service for you.

Shared/Budget Web Hosting

 

The following web hosting services are ideal if you have a personal blog or a small website where bandwidth and performance are not quite as important as storage and cost. This is because most affordable web hosts offer plenty of storage for small website owners, while also offering low cost plans and great deals for new customers.

BlueHost

 

Want reliable web hosting at rock-bottom cost? BlueHost offers it at $15 and under. The basic starter package is a mere $3.95 a month, and for that you get 100 GB of storage for your site, email storage and up to 25 sub-domains.

For a few dollars more, you get unlimited storage, unlimited domains and subdomains, and unlimited bandwidth. Like most web hosts, Bluehost offers cPanel for management, a simple site deployment, and e-commerce support (shared SSL, shopping carts, etc.). Keep in mind that — also like most web hosts — the front-page deals are limited to new customers. Subsequent renewals start at $7.49 for a starter plan, up to $22.99 for the Pro account.

Also keep in mind that “unlimited bandwidth” has limitations. If your site starts bringing in tens of thousands of visitors all at once, it’ll likely freeze up or take down the server, and you’ll be forced to upgrade to a Virtual Private Server (VPN) or a Dedicated Hosting account. So keep future expansion in mind when choosing any web hosting service.

Justin reviewed BlueHost in great detail if you want to know more.

Media Temple GRID

 

Media Temple promises to alleviate those short-term traffic-spike concerns by offering a product called “Media Temple GRID”.

It’s a little more expensive — plans start at $20 — but the peace of mind it offers can’t be understated. The service has its own control panel (not cPanel), so may not be ideal for seasoned users who are used to cPanel — but for anyone who is new to web hosting, it’s easy to understand and simple to use.

For $20/mo, you get 100 GB of storage, 1TB of bandwidth that will conveniently scale for those short-term demands, supports 100 websites, and comes pre-installed with the software you need to run a highly-functional website, including PHP, Perl, and Python. It comes with CloudFlare, 1-click app installations and better hardware. Use our exclusive code and receive 20% off new hosting sign-ups: makeuseof20

See the full review of Media Temple James wrote, to learn more.

A Small Orange

 

Voted as the Best Shared Web Host of 2013 by Review Signal, mostly due to its price, uptime performance. and stellar customer support. Low-traffic sites benefit from their Tiny ($35/year) plan: 500 MB storage, 5 GB bandwidth.

The popular Medium plan offers 15 GB of storage and 150 GB of bandwidth for $10/month or $100/year. The bonus with Small Orange is that you get raided SSD disks for a fast, high-performance website — something not usually offered to shared hosting customers! Use promo code ‘makeuseof15‘ to get a 15% discount.

SiteGround

 

If you’re looking for the lowest cost solution for web hosting, SiteGround is a good option. Start off as a new customer at $3.95/mo for the StartUp plan, and you get 10 GB of storage and enough bandwidth to handle up to 10,000 visitors a month. You get a free domain name, unlimited emails, cPanel and SSH access and even access to free CloudFlare CDN. If you get around 25,000 visits a month, you’ll want to go with the GrowBig plan at $7.95 a month for 20 GB storage. This includes 1 year free SSL certificate, better speed with SuperCacher, and “priority” technical support.

Of course, if you have a booming site with roughly 100,000 visits a month, your best bet is the GoGeek plan for $14.95/mo. This includes 30 GB of space, all of the essential and premium features of the other plans, plus “geeky advanced features” including fewer shared accounts on the server and advanced hardware for better performance.Remember: These prices are available to new customers only. Your renewal the following year will roughly double in price.

Make sure to check out Jackson’s review of SiteGround for more info.

Web Hosting Hub

 

If the one thing you’re looking for in a web host is ease of use, then Web Hosting Hub is a good option. This host promises one-click installs of popular applications like WordPress, Joomla, and over 300 other applications.

The plans are given unique names like “Spark”, “Nitro” and “Dynamo”, but don’t let that fool you. These are three levels of shared hosting where the cheapest plan (Spark) offers 2 websites and 25 subdomains, and a free domain. Nitro offers an unlimited number of websites and subdomains, and Dynamo offers the same but with twice as many free website transfers. Plans start at $4.99/mo for the first year, or $3.99/mo if you sign up for 3 years.

All plans come with unlimited space and bandwidth, and includes cPanel and reportedly excellent tech support.

Check out Tim Brookes review of Web Hosting Hub for more information about this web hosting service.

Hostmonster

 

Sometimes, when you’re just getting started with a website, all you want is simplicity. Forget trying to figure out what size storage you need to thinking about limited bandwidth — Hostmonster offers unlimited space, bandwidth, domain hosting and email accounts.

Domain registration is free, and you also get the cPanel and one-click application installers (like WordPress), even at the Plus price of $6.95/mo for a 12 month plan. If you want to save a little bit of cash, you might opt for the $4.95/mo Starter plan, which does limit your space to 100 GB and 100 email accounts, but you still get unlimited bandwidth (within reason).

Remember, “unlimited” for any of these cheap services is a misnomer. You may be covered for short term traffic spikes, but if your website grows and gets a constant level of high traffic, you’ll be asked to upgrade to either the Business Pro plan at the normal rate of $19.99/mo, or you may be forced to move your site to a virtual private server or dedicated hosting (see those sections below).

Site5

 

If you’re running a local business, or you want to serve your local community with your website, then Site5 is the shared hosting service for you. Like other hosting plans, Site5 offers unlimited disk space and bandwidth starting at a decent price of $4.95/mo. However, on top of that, the service lets you choose a server location that is geographically located closest to you or your visitors.

You’ll find servers located all throughout the U.S., India, and even in China, Brazil and Romania. With the Internet being a global entity, you would be very surprised to see just how much better performance your visitors experience when the web server hosting the page is located nearby.

With nightly server backups, and a custom control panel based on cPanel, you won’t be disappointed if you opt for using this service for your hosting needs.

InMotion Hosting

 

You’ll see InMotion Hosting crop up under just about every hosting category listed in this article, and for good reason — InMotion offers excellent plans all throughout the hosting spectrum. Shared hosting is no exception.

At InMotion, you’ll find the standard shared web hosting offerings, such as unlimited disk space and domain transfers, and a complimentary data backup and website transfer — all starting at an affordable $4.89/mo. You get access to cPanel loaded with tools and apps for websites that will help you maintain your site easily, including an embedded web-based file browser.

If you need a bit more “power” for your site, then you might consider the Power option for $6.29/mo, which allows for up to 6 websites on one account, unlimited disk space and up to 100 sub domains. The Pro plan at $10.49/mo offers all that, plus an unlimited number of mySQL databases, and unlimited websites on one server.

Virtual Private Server Web Hosting

 

When your site starts to get a lot more daily visitors — heading into the upper tens of thousands a day — it’s time to consider upgrading to a virtual private server. If you’re not sure whether you need to upgrade, make sure to check out Kev’s explanation of why you may need a VPS.

A VPS is a virtual machine where the hosting company runs your site. It is essentially like having your very own web server all to yourself, except you’re still sharing the CPU power of the physical machine that the site is running on.

With a VPS you have the OS all to yourself and there are no other websites on “your” virtual server and you enjoy more privacy. It also gives you the ability to customize server applications, and your server can be restarted at any time without affecting other users on the same physical server. You also get a dedicated portion of overall RAM, so no one else on the server can consume those resources — it’s all yours.

A Small Orange

 

VPS hosting at A Small Orange is called “cloud VPS”, because it uses Kernel Virtual Machine (KVM) virtualization technology that allows for a web hosting experience that the company says will “behave like a true dedicated server with a near complete isolation of processes and user accounts with predictable, dedicated, performance.”

When you are ready to give VPS hosting a try, just go to the VPS page on the site and slide it to your desired storage, bandwidth (and price) needs.

Their cloud VPS hosting starts from $20/month ($240/year) with 20 GB of storage and 500 GB bandwidth. Or, if you need much more power and throughput, you could go with the maximum 8 core virtual server with 150 GB storage, and 5 TB bandwidth for $150/mo, or $1,800 a year. As far as hardware, this company uses SSDs in RAID-10 for maximum performance. Offers cPanel and free on-demand backups. Use promo code ‘makeuseof15‘ to get a 15% discount.

One thing that should be noted about A Small Orange is that, unlike almost every other hosting company out there, the prices listed on the site are not intro prices. Most other companies play a bait-and-switch game where your hosting prices actually double when you renew the next year. Not at A Small Orange! The price you sign up at is the price you get every year — very honest and impressive!

InMotion Hosting

 

Never to be outdone, InMotion Hosting also offers free SSDs as part of their VPS hosting offerings. There aren’t quite as many customized choices here — you can choose between three VPS packages — but what you do get is pretty impressive.

The VPS-1000S package offers an impressive 60 GB of storage space and 2 TB of bandwidth. This is available for only $29.99 (for new customers only of course). VPS-2000S offers 130 GB disk space and 3 TB of bandwidth at $49.99/mo. Finally the top VPS-3000S plan gives you a whopping 200 GB of disk space and 4 TB of bandwidth for $74.99.

While performance and pricing is comparable to most other plans, what you get at InMotion Hosting is amazing customer service, and a cPanel that is just chock-full of useful tools and utilities that’ll help you keep your site running at optimal performance.

It doesn’t take very long being an InMotion Hosting customer to see just why people prefer them. Uptime is excellent, and response time when you report issues to 24/7 tech support is lightning fast. However, once you remain a long-term customer, you will typically pay almost double the price you originally signed up for — so keep that in mind when choosing and pricing out your preferred VPS hosting plan.

Media Temple DV

 

Media temple is a crowd favorite among website owners, and that is particularly because of the Dedicated Virtual (DV) offerings. Offering SSD hard drives like most other VPS hosting providers these days, Media Temple goes a step further by giving expert users the flexibility of either purchasing a self-managed Linux-based VPS for only $30/mo, or a managed and fully managed VPS solution ranging from $55 to $249/mo.

When you choose one of those plans — say the managed VPS hosting option, you can then choose from 6 levels of hosting with a wide array of options.

Level 1 is the base $55/m0, 30 GB of storage and 2 TB of bandwidth. The most popular option is 50 GB of storage and 3 TB of bandwidth for $100/mo. The price sounds like a lot, but Media Temple is another one of those web hosting companies that have adopted the honest, up-front pricing option — so the price you sign up at today will be the same price you can renew the following year — no bad surprises. However, you can get a pretty good up-front deal if you use our exclusive code and receive 20% off new hosting sign-ups: makeuseof20

Linode

 

Linode may not be a hosting company you’ve heard of before, but it should be a part of your plans now. It’s a cloud-based hosting solution that lets you not only immediately deploy a customized Linux virtual server in under a minute, but it lets you geographically position that server anywhere in the world.

It’s a unique service meant for people who love using Linux — complete with your choice of distributions like Ubuntu, CentOS, openSUSE and more. You get kernel and root access, a dedicated IP address, easy configuration or disk cloning, two-factor authentication and other cool features you’re sure to love if you’re a Linux user.

Plans range from $10/mo for the low-end plan, Linode 1GB, with 24 GB of SSD storage and 2 TB bandwidth. Or go with 48 GB storage and 3 TB transfers for $20/mo, 96 GB storage and 4 GB transfers for $40/m0.

Dedicated Hosting

 

So you’ve used VPS hosting for a while, and the constant traffic spikes to your site keep taking the server down, getting everyone else on the shared hardware pretty upset. Have no fear, it just means you’ve outgrown the VPS solution, and it’s time to move into the big leagues of web hosting with your own dedicated web server.What is a dedicated web hosting plan? It is exactly what it sounds like. Your website is hosted on your own, dedicated physical server. No other website is stored on the machine, not even as a virtual machine. You get the entire CPU, all the RAM, and all of the system resources. Of course, this usually comes with a hefty price as well.

A Small Orange

 

Once again, A Small Orange leads the way with dedicated server plans priced to give you what you need at a reasonably affordable price. Even the starter package at $195/mo is a pretty nice machine – an iNtel Xeon E3-1220 V2 3.1Ghz system with 4 Cores, 4 GB RAM, a Raid-11 TB hard drive and 5 TB bandwidth. That kind of system should suit anyone upgrading from a VPS package.

All of the dedicated systems offer the same 5 TB bandwidth and Raid-11 TB hard drive. However, you can upgrade to 8 GB RAM and 3.3 Ghz for $245/mo, 16 GB RAM and 3.5 GHz for $285/mo, or a massive 32 GB RAM, 12 core system (each 2.0 Ghz). Obviously, there’s something for everyone here.

At all levels, you get an expert support team who manage server security and system issues for you.

InMotion Hosting

 

As usual, InMotion Hosting offers some of the best quality for what you’ll pay. The starter dedicated server here is an Intel Core I3 with 4 GB RAM, a 500 GB drive and 6 TB of bandwidth, all for a starting price of $119.99/mo the first year (reverting to $189.99 when you renew). The advanced server is a 3.1 GHz system with 8 GB RAM, a 1 TB SATA drive, and 10 TB of bandwidth for $159.99 to start out, then $219.99/mo the next year.

If you have a booming website with a strong, steady flow of traffic, you may actually need the top end dedicated hosting plan known as the “Elite” plan. This gives you a 3.3 Ghz system with 16 GB of RAM, a RAID-12x 1TB SATA drive, and 10 TB of bandwidth. This affordable plan starts out at $229.99/mo to begin, and then $299.99/mo at renewal time.

What’s cool is you don’t have to stick to these plan configurations. You can actually customize the server to suit your needs using the server configuration tool.

The price will change to suit, but this tool gives you the ability to get exactly the server you want, configured exactly how you need.

Rackspace

 

If you have the cash to spend for it, Rackspace may be the last web hosting service you ever upgrade to. Dedicated servers here are completely customizable for your needs, with up to 32 processor cores, 1.5 TB of RAM and 2 TB of bandwidth — there’s not much that you won’t be able to do here.

Rackspace is a well-respected web hosting service. Dedicated hosting plans start from $725/month; for that, you’ll receive a six-core processor, 24 GB RAM, 2x 146 GB 15K SAS hard drive, 2 TB bandwidth, and a dedicated Cisco ASA firewall.

Media Temple

 

Just like with it’s shared and VPS hosting solutions, Media Temple offers some of the most powerful dedicated server options at an affordable price. All of them come with 128 GB of RAM, an impressive 1 TB of SSD storage, and 10 TB of monthly bandwidth.

Media Temple’s line of DV Enterprise servers now feature powerful 16-core (HT) Intel Xeon 2.13 GHz processors, 64GB RAM, 8x 300GB 10K SAS hard drives (RAID 10), 3 TB bandwidth, Parallel Plesk, Cent OS. (dpv) Nitro is essentially a single tenant dedicated server, with the scalability of virtualisation.

Plans start at Start at $2000 for a DV Developer plan, or $2500/month for DV Developer with Plesk Web Host Edition. Use our exclusive code and receive 20% off new hosting sign-ups: makeuseof20

SingleHop

 

SingleHop is one of those hosting services you’ll want to turn to if flexibility and options are your thing. Why? Because there are 16 options of dedicated servers to choose from. These start with an Intel Core I5-760 server with a 2 x 2.8 Ghz processor, 16 GB DDR3 RAM, 2 x 500 GB drives and 10 TB of bandwidth. All that for just $159/mo.

If power is more important than memory, you can opt for the quad-core 3.5 Ghz machine with 8 GB DDR3 RAM and one 500 GB drive for $229/m0.

Need something a little more high-end? Go with the Intel Dual Xeon with 12 x 2.0 GHz cores, and 16 GB DDR3 RAM for $369/m0. There are other configurations to choose from that are likely to suit the needs of your website.

SingleHop boasts 24-hour technical support, your own dedicated account team and a 90-minute hardware replacement time. If you go with SingleHop, you won’t be disappointed.

Choosing Your Hosting Service

 

When a free or very cheap web hosting plan just isn’t cutting it anymore, it’s time to upgrade to a paid hosting service for your specific needs. The list above should give you a head start toward purchasing the best hosting service that’ll ensure your website stays online and serves up fast for all of your visitors.Do you have your own favorite web hosting service? What are your experiences with it, or with any of those listed above? Share your feedback and help other readers make the right choice.

Thunderbird Enigma mail encryption

 

Thunderbird 31.2.1 esr with Enigmail. This extension uses gpg and makes the encryption/decryption as user-friendly as it gets. With keys installed in Enigmail (either manually or from a keyserver) email is automatically decrypted and signatures are checked

 

OiOS Desktop

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Recreational User or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS Server

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Business, or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS 1519 Increased migration by world exchanges financial exchanges to Unix and Linux opens development to stock trading platform giving more opportunities to run software on more stable Unix platforms

 

Free open source enterprise systems available on live DVD or USB stick

 

overview

 

Oi theme can be found under Openindiana-addons-featured themes

 

Professionals Join in @

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Q.app is a svelte VM app for Mac OS X I've been using for digital nostalgia!

 

Pictured from left to right:

Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP6a

FreeDOS 1.0 with OpenGEM

Windows 3.11WG in MS-DOS 6.22

 

I stopped using Windows as my primary OS after Windows 2000 around 2002, but that's not to say I still don't have fond memories of being a little kid playing around with these systems (I was born in 1986).

 

We did use Gem out of curiosity, but I don't have a licence for it myself. Didn't matter though, the people behind the OpenGem distribution have done a stellar job. One thing I pride myself on is actually having legit copies of all these systems. eBay is still a great place to get original media if you don't have such stuff.

OiOS Desktop

 

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Recreational User or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS Server

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Business, or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

  

OiOS Increased migration by world exchanges financial exchanges to Unix and Linux opens development to stock trading platform giving more opportunities to run software on more stable Unix platforms

 

Free open source enterprise systems available on live DVD or USB stick

 

overview

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Vq30AR_McY

 

mac4lin icons and Bscuk wallpapers

 

Professionals Join in @

 

- Openindiana.org

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OiOS Openindiana Hipster Concepts 2015

 

Are you a talented enterprise professional developer looking to make a difference in enterprise 2015 ?

   

Why not join the Hipster project and contribute to this really interesting project ? Is your company developing software which maybe be useful to this project ? Is your company interested in sponsoring wallpapers or theme combinations ?

   

Visit the project page to get started on a new direction ?

   

Live and installable development iso available

   

wiki.openindiana.org/oi/Contributing+to+hipstero

 

Bscuk wallpaper and graphic vecteezy.com belia190

Preparing for a virtualization course next week. Running:

 

* Windows inside Virtual Iron

* Windows inside XenSource XenServer

* Windows inside VMware Fusion

* Linux inside VMware ESX

* Windows inside VMware ESX

 

at the same time. (On different servers, of course)

OiOS Desktop

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Recreational User or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS Server

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Business, or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS 151a8 Increased migration by world exchanges financial exchanges to Unix and Linux opens development to stock trading platform giving more opportunities to run software on more stable Unix platforms

 

Overview

 

*sparc project see illumos or opensolaris projects on sparc

 

Free open source enterprise systems available on live DVD or USB stick

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Colbolt Pluto Wallpaper 3840x1200

Latest snapshop in Beta with ongoing development cycle

Currently running Firefox 38.2.1 ESR for evaluation. Oios exe theme with sony vaio wallpaper from HDWallpapers.in

 

Further security releases are available to developers and openjdk

 

August 2015 Please note there have been reports that the latest version of oracle java 8.60 is infected with win worm chir 2442.check or download the open source version until this is rectified.

 

Overview

 

open java projects and downloads available at

openjdk.java.net/

 

creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

Private desktop with Apple Macbook graphics- dribbble.com/Justin Elson, Mac4linoios icons, Serif fonts

Some windows programs can run under OiOS see Wine HQ site for details. Unix Debian Enterprise system suitable for laptop, workstation, Server scalable to datacentre. This is the ideal Enterprise distribution Mac4linoios icons gnomelook.org sbeenanjum desktopwallpapers.me wallpaper. UltraWide 2560x1080

 

Overview

 

appdb.winehq.org/

 

bordeauxgroup.com/documentation

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKVR-6bZUNg

  

creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

OiOS Hipster Server Project 2016

 

Are you a talented enterprise professional developer looking to make a difference in enterprise 2016?

 

Why not join the Hipster project and contribute to this really interesting project ? Is your company developing software which maybe be useful to this project ? Is your company interested in sponsoring wallpapers or theme combinations ?

 

Visit the project page to get started on a new direction ?

 

Live and installable development iso available

 

Bscuk wallpapers to install file>user>share>GDM

 

wiki.openindiana.org/oi/Contributing+to+hipstero

    

Personal Desktop experimental graphics for oios9 gdesklets

 

OiOS Desktop

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on Sparc or x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Recreational User or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS Server

Imagine a UNIX based Enterprise Operating System, a scalable universally collaborative stable business platform capable of running on Sparc or x86 Systems. Delivering support for Cloud enterprise features, ZFS file systems, Virtualisation, Advanced Security, and Compatibility. Enabling you to build new possibilities, enter new markets and harness human relationships in Open Source across the world. Whether you are a Systems Administrator, Business, or Information Technology Professional, OiOS supports the new economics of highly creative, diversified ways of doing business, and building networks.

 

OiOS 151a9 Increased migration by world exchanges financial exchanges to Unix and Linux opens development to stock trading platform giving more opportunities to run software on more stable Unix platforms

 

Free open source enterprise systems available on live DVD or USB stick

 

Overview

 

Mcclaren F1 wallpapers by Darren Heath and Ma4lin icons from gnomelook.org

 

Autosport.co.uk data feeds

 

Professionals Join in @

 

- Openindiana.org

 

- #openindiana on irc.freenode.net

 

- www.facebook.com/openindiana?ref=ts&fref=ts

The internals of our main Virtualisation Platform for hosting Hack42 hackerspace infrastructure. Our (mostly donated) hardware needed some adaptations, such as a custom hard drive cage, built from Meccano and some modifications to the SATA power cables, as the HP xw6600 Workstation wasn't equipped to hold the six harddisks.

xen server center virtualisation sysadmin

vmware player virtualisation options

server workstation and cloudstation wallpaper designs 2017-2018

...well, actually a Nokia N810 tablet. Thanks to VMWare's virtualisation software both Symbian OS 9.4 (with the Techview shell) and Android were running simultaenously. You could switch from one to the other using the screen shown in the photo.

We are currently building a Virtualisation Lab for hosting Hack42 hackerspace infrastructure. Our (mostly donated) hardware needs some adaptations, such as a custom hard drive cage, built from Meccano and some modifications to the SATA power cables.

We are currently building a Virtualisation Lab for hosting Hack42 hackerspace infrastructure. Our (mostly donated) hardware needs some adaptations, such as a custom hard drive cage, built from Meccano and some modifications to the SATA power cables.

We are currently building a Virtualisation Lab for hosting Hack42 hackerspace infrastructure. Our (mostly donated) hardware needs some adaptations, such as a custom hard drive cage, built from Meccano and some modifications to the SATA power cables.

Artists' graphics based on the round table discussion.

EKIGA Free Open Source web conferencing using Microsoft Lifecam HDOiOS Desktop

 

www.ekiga.org/download-ekiga-binaries-or-source-code

  

overview

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5f90kIrEQY

 

wiki.ekiga.org/index.php/Main_Page

  

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Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

We are currently building a Virtualisation Lab for hosting Hack42 hackerspace infrastructure. Our (mostly donated) hardware needs some adaptations, such as a custom hard drive cage, built from Meccano and some modifications to the SATA power cables.

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Artists' graphics based on the round table discussion.

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

Photograph from Business Technology Summit 2009 held in Bangalore and Mumbai, India, November 3-6 2009, produced by Saltmarch Media. Photograph ©Copyright Saltmarch Media. Non-commercial use permitted with attribution and linkback to this page on Saltmarch's Flickr photostream. All other rights reserved.

We are currently building a Virtualisation Lab for hosting Hack42 hackerspace infrastructure. Our (mostly donated) hardware needs some adaptations, such as a custom hard drive cage, built from Meccano and some modifications to the SATA power cables.

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