At least on Linux Mint Petra the mount of an SD card will not survive suspend mode.
This looks really impressing: http://www.digitalattackmap.com/
My experiences with generic lean and functional crawlers for the internet started with Alta Vista.
I recently upgraded my iPhone 5 to an Optimus G, which fits better to the profile of a Linux User and after I was never satisfied with the results of Siri (at least in German), the voice recognition of Google Now is in comparison more than convincing.
You can query the Service Tag of Dell hardware quite easily:
Even if there are already IPv6-enabled mirrors, that help to maintain an IPv6-only Ubuntu installation, it’s a little tricky to apply a release upgrade.
Using a screen expanding to two monitors was always easy until I installed the proprietary NVIDIA drivers.
The popular DNSBL rfc-ignorant.org is closing down soon. Make sure, you are no longer including this DNSBL in your mail configuration.
If you migrate an RRD-based tool like SmokePing, Cacti or ZeroD you may run into the problem, that the target system can no longer use the historic data, if the default number representation changes (big/little endian, 32⁄64 Bit, …).
In all these cases the following procedure should work. It’s important you dump on the original architecture and restore on the target system.
The default installation of
snmpd in Debian 6 Squeeze will put warnings into the