Apologies for the vague title, i'm looking into why it is slower transferring from Ext4 -> NFS compared to NTFS -> NTFS (Yes this is probably a stupid question).
i'm trying to find out where about in the system('s) the file system conversion takes place. i.e - does the host machine know its transferring to a different file system and do the conversion at it sends the data - does the client put the data into the new file system when it receives it over the networksubmitted by /u/TheSilmarilli
openSUSE Project's Douglas DeMaio reports today, April 27, 2017, on the updates and improvements that landed in the software repositories during this week, brought by a total of four snapshots.
In my previous post people were insisting that TUI MySQL (and other SQL based rel. db interfaces) are better than GUI based ones.
So, please, show the best TUI programs that can visualise MySQL databases and are at least as good as HeidiSQL (unfortunately only on Windows natively).submitted by /u/davidika
I'm announcing the release of the 4.10.13 kernel.
All users of the 4.10 kernel series must upgrade.
The updated 4.10.y git tree can be found at:
and can be browsed at the normal kernel.org git web browser:
Also: Linux 4.4.64
VS Vision Systems has launched a trio of embedded systems that run Debian or OpenWrt on a TI AM3352. and offer mini-PCIe wireless options and optional VPN.
VS Vision Systems GmbH has tapped the tried-but-true, low-power Texas Instruments Sitara AM3352 SoC for its new line of fanless, Linux-driven Baltos iR embedded computers. The 154 × 104 × 50mm Baltos iR 5221 has two more Fast Ethernet ports than the Baltos iR 3220, and adds a USB 2.0 OTG port and CANBus port, but is otherwise identical. The 115 × 73 × 25mm Baltos iR 2110 is a more stripped down version that lacks the other devices’ mini-PCIe and SIM card slots, among other features. The systems are said to support remote monitoring and control applications, as well as general embedded computing.