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LinuxToday: PHP Install Statistics - Most PHP Deployments at Risk

Wednesday 31st of December 2014 08:00:00 PM

IRC Maxell: I decided to do some math to see how many PHP installs had at least 1 known security vulnerability

Reddit: Maximum CPUs in Linux?

Wednesday 31st of December 2014 07:18:17 PM

Hi all, I'm just wondering how many processors I can get in one machine. I'm looking at 4-socket motherboards, and Windows 7 Pro/Ultimate only appears to support 2 sockets. I googled this quite a bit, and never found a clear answer. Thank you for your help.

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Reddit: The LAST remaining thing I can't do on Linux.

Wednesday 31st of December 2014 07:11:31 PM

Adobe acrobat.

Got a new job. Really excited about it. Get the onboarding email... Crap! Acrobat! The bane of my existence!

I wish there was a windows boot disk for things like this. Anyone know a solution I'm overlooking?

Edit: sorry for not being clear, it's filling out and submitting forms I have trouble with. Got the older adobe to run but still have issues with that. No other PDF reader as far as I can tell can do that, but chrome was suggested, and so was adobe online, so I'll yet those things.

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LinuxToday: How to debug a C/C++ program with Nemiver debugger

Wednesday 31st of December 2014 07:00:00 PM

 xmodulo: If a command line debugger like GDB sounds more like a problem than a solution to you, you might be more interested in Nemiver

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