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Re: Oracle's Cloud ... Well you do have a point. Maybe fast food outlets aren't the greatest analogy to measure the quality of beef. I've given up on them and just go to Costco
palowoda
2:40 AM
#56606
 
56605
Re: Oracle's Cloud ... Wendys :-)
Alan Pae
3:58 PM
#56605
 
56604
Oracle's Cloud After reading: http://siliconangle.com/blog/2014/04/15/oracle-adds-new-hybrid-openstack-capabilities-to-cloud-toolbelt/
palowoda
Apr 20
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56603
Re: Quadro NVS 4200M - Thermal Shutdown on Solaris 11.1 Got ahold of Dell support and they replaced the system board and the fan assembly. Was much improved but would still on occasions through a Thermal Shutdown.
alanpae@rocketmail.com
Apr 19
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56602
Re: Just curious I had to think about what you meant about "posisoned by sleazeball markatoons and salescritters with dreams of managing spam control. But nobody brings up the
palowoda
Apr 19
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56601
S11.1 SRU18.5 ... John groenveld@...
John D Groenveld
Apr 15
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56600
Re: Problems with heartbleed I think a guy named Eric Schmidt was once offered a CIO position. The rest is history. ---Bob
palowoda
Apr 15
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56599
Re: Problems with heartbleed In message <9FA1A074-0521-43BC-BFAE-EBEAA89B7562@...>, "Mark A. Lane" wri ... Known or unknown, Judith Sim and company's pressers for 11.2 should include
John D Groenveld
Apr 15
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56598
Re: Problems with heartbleed ... or c) I fixed it.
palowoda
Apr 15
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56597
Re: Problems with heartbleed ... How about you a) stop top posting b) start making sense? -- Ian.
Ian Collins
Apr 14
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56595
Re: Problems with heartbleed ... Sorry, I don't know the details of what's going on in the cloud data centers, but if you have proof to the contrary, I'm sure our security team would like
Alan Coopersmith
Apr 14
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56594
Re: Problems with heartbleed Point 6.0 is incorrect. 11.2 ( selected customers ) [ who did they select to send known exploitable vulnerabilities to ? ]
Mark A. Lane
Apr 14
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56593
Re: Problems with heartbleed ... Obvious we are well trained to understand Oracle's business model to sell Solaris is open source patches. :-)
palowoda
Apr 14
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56592
Re: Problems with heartbleed ... Not as part of a generally available Solaris release (11.1 or earlier). It was included in applications that run on top of Solaris and in some pre-release
Alan Coopersmith
Apr 14
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56591
Re: Problems with heartbleed ... Laurent brought up an excellent point in an earlier thread about how Judith Sim and company's marketing wonks are shaping customers' perception of Chuck
John D Groenveld
Apr 11
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56590
Re: Problems with heartbleed ... If you have a machine connected to the internet believe me your going to get scanned in seconds. But what are you going to do. There are a couple of
palowoda
Apr 10
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Re: Problems with heartbleed ... You should not allow your network guys or anyone else scan your unsupported installation. John groenveld@...
John D Groenveld
Apr 10
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Re: Problems with heartbleed Hi, On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 08:42:07 -0700, Alan Coopersmith ... The OpenSSL libraries at OpenCSW have been updated two days ago for the releases "unstable",
Dagobert Michelsen
Apr 10
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56587
Re: Problems with heartbleed If you've installed OpenSSL 1.0.1 packages from somewhere such as OpenCSW, SunFreeware, etc. (perhaps even unwittingly as part of installing some other
Alan Coopersmith
Apr 10
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56586
Re: Problems with heartbleed ... After I asked around, I'm not aware that there is any OpenSSL 1.0.1 publicly available from Oracle at this point. Have you checked what version is
Laurent Blume
Apr 10
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56585
Problems with heartbleed My network guys scanned my machine and reported: "We used the exploit program to pull down several chunks of memory from the SSL service." That is why I am
Scott Budge
Apr 10
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56584
Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 ... Not that exciting at the moment. The notices of future EOL's are updated independently of the S11 update release schedule - so the 11.2 docs, like the 11.1
Alan Coopersmith
Apr 10
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56583
Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 ... Just remembering the subject so please excuse me. EnterpriseTech hack (and Sam Palmisano and company flack?) Timothy Prickett Morgan is predicting 2016 for
John D Groenveld
Apr 10
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56582
Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 ... What a great selling opportunity announcement for Solaris 11.2. Just remembering the subject so please excuse me.
palowoda
Apr 10
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56581
Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 ... Yes, you should set you publisher to the Oracle Support repo: # uname -srpv SunOS 5.11 11.1 i386 #
John D Groenveld
Apr 9
#56581
 
56580
Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 ... Can they back that up with a reference? According to http://heartbleed.com/: What versions of the OpenSSL are affected? Status of different versions: *
Ian Collins
Apr 9
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56579
Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 I have been informed by my network security guys that my Solaris 11.1 FCS machine is vulnerable, even though it is running OpenSSL 1.0.0j. Is there a quick
Scott Budge
Apr 9
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Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 ... And dream of "You'll never get fired for buying ..." recurring revenue business models. See Greg Gordon and Lydia Mulvany for a more recent example than
John D Groenveld
Apr 9
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Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 Actually, I wrote a book, based on my experienceÆs from OracleÆs acquisition of Sun Micro Systems, which, also included, a few scripts, etc, based on
Mark A. Lane
Apr 9
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56576
Re: Don't miss the announcement of Solaris 11.2 ... You wrote a book based on that shell script? I'm impressed. ... You wrote a book based on that shell script? I'm impressed. ---Bob
palowoda
Apr 9
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