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Apple will reveal new iPhone on Sept 9 – this is what it may look like

TheRegister Site Updates - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 19:02
Hint: It looks like a bleedin' iPhone

Pics Apple has sent out invites for a press conference next week where it will unveil new iPhones – quite possibly the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.…

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Vote now: Who can solve a problem like Ashley Madison?

TheRegister Site Updates - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 18:33
Help wanted ... too late

Poll Avid Life Media – the owner of hookup site Ashley Madison – has weeks-old openings for a data analyst and a senior system administrator.…

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Apple's fruity wristjob breathes down Fitbit's neck

TheRegister Site Updates - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 18:01
Two thirds of flogged smart wearables were Apple Watches

Apple's wristjob is preparing to speed past Fitbit on sales of wearables after just four months, according to IDC.…

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Google: Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right, here I am – stuck in the middle of EU

TheRegister Site Updates - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 17:59
Euro probe row: People love our adverts, ad giant yells

The European Commission’s antitrust case against Google is wrong “as a matter of fact, law, and economics,” so says, er, Google.…

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VMware' s VSAN to support flashDIMMs and NVMe

TheRegister Site Updates - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 17:04
Adding stretch clusters and faster replication to VSAN

VMware's VSAN is going to support faster flash hardware and is getting replication, stretch cluster and Oracle RAC support.…

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Obi: These ARE the 'droids you're looking for

TheRegister Site Updates - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 16:38
Former Apple CEO John Sculley presents us with a new hope

Former Apple CEO John Sculley is to launch a pair of Android phones. The SF1 and SJ1.5 are mid-range and low-end devices respectively from the company Obi Worldphone.…

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HP's 3PAR trifecta soups up entry-level, AFAs and software

TheRegister Site Updates - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 16:15
Hot new Gen-5 products leaves older Gen-4 10000 series out in the cold

HP has replaced its 7000 series 3PAR StoreServ array with a gen-5 ASIC-based StoreServ 8000, starting at $19,000. It's also added a top-end 20800 starter config, a lower-cost 20000 all-flash product, and enhanced its StoreServ OS.…

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Take two mobes into the shower? I didn't before, but I do now

TheRegister Site Updates - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 15:52
Dual-SIM iPhone device is actually another, smaller phone in disguise

First Look A Kickstarter project to produce a dual-SIM iPhone is really a separate phone which the iPhone connects to via Bluetooth.…

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LISA 2015 Discount Code

lopsa.org Site Updates - Thu, 08/20/2015 - 22:24

Summer is winding down and we are moving into Fall which means it is time to make your plans to attend the premier system administration conference.  Yes the LISA'15 website is live at https://www.usenix.org/conference/lisa15 and as a member of LOPSA you get a $45 discount to attend.

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LOPSA New Board Officers and Focus for the next year

lopsa.org Site Updates - Thu, 08/13/2015 - 18:28

The LOPSA Board held its annual Face to Face meeting where the old board passed on the leadership of LOPSA to the new board.  Your officers for the next year are:

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SysAdminDay Contest Winners

lopsa.org Site Updates - Fri, 07/31/2015 - 03:23
LOPSA is pleased to announce the winners of the its SysAdminDay contest sponsored by Ansible, SiliconMechanics, Opengear, and Druva.  And the winners are:   Maya Karp won a $100 Apple gift card and Tshirt from Opengear for her entry:   "I work with the systems teams at DreamWorks Animation. Being a SysAdmin for  me, is about conquering my own insecurities. I come from an artist background with no formal education in computer science at all. I always felt unsure  around computers, much less Linux. I became a SysAdmin to build my confidence  and grow. I know have an Ubuntu media server at home and run all three OS.   Truly, I believe the difference between a job and a career as a SysAdmin is  attitude. I come in curious every day to learn something new. In this field,  the change far outpaces anyone who is not voraciously learning. My career goal  is continually raising the challenge and curiosity bar as I progress- being a  SysAdmin has been an awesome way to stay curious and challenged!   ################################ There once was a shell within Linux Whose returns were feeling like gimmicks   Whether up arrow or tab It was all becoming drab   Every day, every minute Was just another init   Until Red Hat saw the symptom And changed over to system ... D"    

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Thoughts from the President - 2015-July

lopsa.org Site Updates - Mon, 07/27/2015 - 16:10
I was reading the submissions for LOPSA's SysAdminDay contest earlier this morning, and it got me to thinking. Each of the entries has a slightly different viewpoint on what being a systems administrator is. This might, in a nutshell, be a microcosm of LOPSA's biggest problem -- I'm not sure we really know what  a sysadmin is or we as an organization want to be when we grow up.   Being a systems administrator can mean many different things depending on your position and your experience.

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IPv6 on a home Mac Server, a lesson

lopsa.org Site Updates - Sun, 06/28/2015 - 18:53

Trying to set up IPv6 each of my home nodes created an unusual challenge.  All my laptops Just Worked(tm), but the mac mini server wouldn't.  They were running the same OS version, Yosemite, but I couldn't get any IPv6 traffic to talk to my home server, running on an older mac mini.  I even went so far as to wonder if there was some strange hardware compatibility issue on the ethernet card used by my mac mini.  Every other node, auto-config worked fine.
 

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