I have deep respect for him. Many things went: more than 10 years in linux kernel development, tcpv4 syncookies implementation, x86_64 port, x86 merge and stepping out of i386 maintainership, nice in lkml, now changing employer from Suse to Intel (ask your's or maybe he wants to share something).
Maybe we can have more and officially about and from this Man?
how to remove bios password that my kid accidentally set and forgot. dealer i bought it from wants $100+ to do this and i think that's insane for something that can be done in a matter of 1/2hr probably. chuck email@example.com thanks
I seem to be running into empty messages fairly often lately (maybe just bad luck to be running into them).
If you need examples, try this Google query:
The server was too busy and I got the following error :
Currently, the username is xxxx the database server is xxxxxx.org.
I have "xxx" the username and server but you can see that is more information than you want out there. I would see if the error message can be less informative :-)
I could not find any other way to contact you.
I am having serious issues with my Apple Quad G5 starting up. Every time the machine is turned on it crashes. There is the dialogue box which asks if you want to report the problem to apple and then the minute I put my finger on the mouse it crashes again.
Below are the logs of the crashes I was able to document. Keeps mentioning a kernel trap.
Can anyone help please...
Kerneltrap's SSL certificate is currently the test certificate and associated with the domain name localhost. I get a warning, from Firefox, every time I connect that the certificate name doesn't match the site name.
Would it be possible for you to get a certificate with the proper domain name? (Even just a self-signed one.)
And now the current certificate has expired.
With, I assume, pre-formatted html, as in:
the email is cut off on the right side by the navigation bar on the right, making the quoted email unreadable. I see a lot of sites and especially blogs totally make posts unreadable for this reason.
Seems it chokes on the backquote character: http://kerneltrap.org/mailarchive/linux-kernel/2007/11/7/392816