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    A2SDi-4C-HLN4F - HDs does not spin down

    Hi, Last year I was forced to change the MB in one of my boxes to an A2SDi-4C-HLN4F, it was basically plug n' play. The box is only used to receive backups (time machine and a copy of my borgbackup from another server), which means that there is no reason for the harddrives to spin 24/7, and...
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    EU Asus ASMB8-iKVM/A10PAD8 to donate

    Hi, My Asus board died and was replaced by a Super Micro board, which mean that I have no use for this. I am not 100% that it works as the Asus board died due to a short circuit in the PSU. It has been updated to the lates FW to be able to cope with Java8. I'll ship for free within EU. First...
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    New Switch Enterprise 8 POE from UBI

    Have anyone noticed the Switch Enterprise 8 POE from UBI : Switch Enterprise 8 PoE 8x 2.5gbe ports and 2x10gbe ports (spf). This might fill the needs for many people.
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    NVMe for E3C236D2I

    Hi, To save a bit of money (reuse of cpu) I decided to to got for an E3C236D2I for my downscale nas box (fewer bigger drives). And now need to decide about the NVMe - the MB can only take an M.2. 2230 and that limits the selection a "bit". But I've seen that one can get converter...
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    Alternative to JViewer - iKVM and Java8

    I think there has been enough talk about the Java8 support - or lack of. Supermicro has been nice enough to implement the HTML5/iKVM in their latest firmware, unfortunately it looks like they are the only ones (I don't know about the vendors like HP, and such). But ASRock and ASUS are still...
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    'Kernel memory leaking' Intel processor design flaw forces Linux, Windows redesign

    FYI From The Register: 'Kernel memory leaking' Intel processor design flaw forces Linux, Windows redesign A fundamental design flaw in Intel's processor chips has forced a significant redesign of the Linux and Windows kernels to defang the chip-level security bug. ......
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    Login with Ghostery

    Hi, This might have been mentioned before, but I am not able to login (Using the Log in | ServeTheHome and ServeThe.Biz Forums link) when I have Ghostery enabled. Pausing Ghostery brings up the login pop-up. Which "cookie" should be allowed to be able to login? Thanks, Casper