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[#] Tue Dec 16 2008 23:44:28 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Wow. If you want to see what H.264 can do, check out this absolutely jaw-dropping demo.

http://www.flashvideofactory.com/test/DEMO720_Heima_H264_500K.html

720p high-def, encoded at only 500 Kbit/second!

[#] Wed Dec 17 2008 06:07:35 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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You can still see some of the effects of the use of pframes in parts of the video, but overall, it's pretty nice.

[#] Thu Dec 18 2008 17:02:44 EST from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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Too bad Nautilus sucks so hard. "File Browsser" mode shoudl be the default in this day and age, but the interface for that is clunky. If they don't want to make that mode suck less hard, they should at least make a keyboard modifier for the other mode so that double clicking on a folder opens the folder in the same window. And there should be a reasonable "address bar" in one of those modes which doesn't suck. Oh well...

[#] Fri Dec 19 2008 02:33:43 EST from Wilfried Goesgens @ Uncensored

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oh yea, those who used the filemanager at os//2 to barf their desktop with dozends windows...

probably the reason why windoze explorer annd nautilus know how to do this too...

stoopid shit.



[#] Fri Dec 19 2008 14:14:18 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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tha'ts a cool name, almost as cool as dirk stanley.

[#] Mon Dec 22 2008 14:56:02 EST from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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Not nearly as cool as Dirk Gentley, though.

[#] Thu Jan 01 2009 10:31:58 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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why did my ubuntu machine reboot at 1/1/2009 00:35

Never did that before.

[#] Thu Jan 01 2009 10:48:52 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Happy New Year's Reboot or something?

[#] Thu Jan 01 2009 12:26:35 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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It was a "leap reboot"

[#] Thu Jan 01 2009 13:11:19 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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"Put your hands on your hips, and squeeze your knees in tight..."

Inapplicable, but I'm trying to imagine Ford's Ubuntu system doing the Time Warp again.

[#] Thu Jan 01 2009 16:04:29 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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heh heh

[#] Fri Jan 02 2009 09:17:24 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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well, it rebooted again this morning at 1:16am.
erk.

[#] Fri Jan 02 2009 12:23:45 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I hasn't finished dancing?

[#] Fri Jan 02 2009 15:20:23 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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Right.
I know it's sometimes good to reboot machines just to you know let them breathe, but there appears to be no reason for it. Nothing in my logs, ...
Maybe somebody's sending me a ping of death.

[#] Fri Jan 02 2009 15:48:51 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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But I thought all modern machines were protected from the Ping of Death.

[#] Fri Jan 02 2009 16:03:29 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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I dunno a bug in the protocol stack is a bug in the protocol stack.

[#] Fri Jan 02 2009 16:26:53 EST from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Yeah, but you can mitigate its effects somehow. I just remember trying to do a ping of death on certain machines and finding myself unable to make it work.

[#] Fri Jan 02 2009 16:43:06 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Maybe you've just got an intermittent hardware problem. What happens during these reboots? Any evidence of a kernel panic or does it just reset? Or is it an orderly reboot?

[#] Sat Jan 03 2009 00:43:37 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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just reset.
the logs show nothing weird, and it boots cleanly.
I figure one of these times it won't. :-(

[#] Sat Jan 03 2009 11:59:11 EST from Ford II @ Uncensored

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No, but I think I know what it is.
My dad has a linux machineI set up for him years ago at his house.
I zip up all his important stuff and copy it to my machine at my house.
Except it hasn't been working for months, I use to use a samba shared and mount the file system and yada yada yada.
The other day I noticed it wasn't working, so I just set it up to do scp.
And it put it in cron.daily.
So now at midnight it copies the file to my machine.
And then my machine reboots.
I noticed today that the date on the file was the minute before the date on /var/log/dmesg

If I untar the file, it's valid, so the whole file is getting here.

So can somebody explain why an scp makes my machine reboot?

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