xubuntu 14.04.01 download now available
you can use a bt home hub 4 or 5 with a sky hub or virginmedia hub to extend your broadband wifi network coverage and or add 5G to a 2.4G only network
- login to your sky hub or virginmedia hub
- look at your dhcp range
- choose a number after or at end of range (such as 192.168.0.100)
- login to your bt home hub @ 192.168.1.254
- goto advanced settings home network
- change “Hub IP Gateway Address” to ip address chosen above (ie 192.168.0.100)
- change “DHCP Server” to disabled
- click apply
- ignore warnings
- click apply
- connect an ethernet cable from sky or virgin router to a yellow socket (NOT the WAN socket) on bt home hub
- connect to sky or virginmedia wifi network
- browse to ip address chosen above (ie 192.168.0.100)
- login to bt home hub and change 2.4G and 5G frequencys names and passwords as desired (name and password can even be set to same as your existing sky or virginmedia network provided you choose a different frequency)
- enjoy extended 2.4G and additional 5G coverage around your home
the free libre opensource software directory from blackduck ohloh.net has been renamed openhub.net
The action law enforcement services have taken against the GameOver-Zeus malware syndicate is great news for a change. In the UK, this was communicated with typical tabloid alarmism, framed as “two weeks to save the world” instead of “unusually effective action by law enforcement”. As a result, UK publications have been posting self-preservation information for their readers.
The BBC’s instructions start with the statement “If your computer does not run Windows, stop right here.” Users of other operating systems like Linux or ChromeOS have nothing to worry about this time, even if they are increasingly likely to be targeted elsewhere. As a result, some have asked whether Microsoft is to blame for all this malware.
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Intel may be claiming some of its products are !
“Conflict free” means “DRC conflict free”, which is defined by SEC rules to mean products that do not contain conflict minerals (tin, tantalum, tungsten and/or gold) that directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups in the DRC or adjoining countries. We also use the term “conflict-free” in a broader sense to refer to suppliers, supply chains, smelters and refiners whose sources of conflict minerals do not finance conflict in the DRC or adjoining countries.