Anyone on here using Charter Telephone VOIP service? I've currently
got Verizon, but the wife hates it because our phone lines get flaky
all the time, esp when it rains.
So I'm thinking to save money and combine all my stuff onto Charter.
I've already got High Speed internet and regular old cable. Not wild
about Digital Cable since I'm happy with Tivo and I don't want yet
another set top box to have to deal with...
So, any horror stories about Charter Phone VOIP quality and service?
Our client in northern MA has a 6+ mth contract opening for a Software
Engineer with strong Linux kernel skills.
Must have solid C++, Linux Kernel, embedded skills and wireless
experience is a big plus, if not then strong datacoms experience is
Education/Experience: Bachelor's in CS/EE, masters preferred, 8 + years
of experience developing software in an embedded RTOS environment.
The candidate should posses following skills:
- Good understanding of Linux kernel and Real Time OS environment.
- Must possess strong debugging and analytical skills.
- Expertise with system level programming. Experience with C/C++.
- Good Team Player, Independent worker and should posses good
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I'll be there tonite, plus I'll offer to host the BBQ
(Boylston MA, 15-20min from worcester, near
doug and the dogs (my wife wouldnt mind but I think she'll be away that
>In addition, we need to finalize our plans for the annual WLUG BBQ which
> >is currently scheduled for Thursday, July 23rd. I am hopeful that
> >someone will be willing to host this event, and bring mass quantities,
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Our next meeting will be held on Thursday, June 18th, 2009 at 7:00 PM at
the Access Grid Room on the WPI campus in Worcester, MA USA. All are
welcome to attend.
Our guest speaker will be Shankar Viswanathan who will talk about the
Open Street Map project. This promises to be a great talk that you
won't want to miss!
Afterwards, we'll go out for pizza and soda and the usual camaraderie
that always accompanies us to that local establishment.
In addition, we need to finalize our plans for the annual WLUG BBQ which
is currently scheduled for Thursday, July 23rd. I am hopeful that
someone will be willing to host this event. It has been very successful
in previous years. If interested, please send me email and/or come to
I look forward to seeing you on Thursday!
Andy Stewart, Founder
Worcester Linux Users' Group (http://www.wlug.org)
Chelmsford Linux Meetup Group (http://linux.meetup.com/393)
Amateur Radio: KB1OIQ
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Does anyone know a quick command I can use to add a time and date stamp to
Man page for traceroute doesn't seem to have that option.
Or is there a similar traceroute-type app that does incorporate this
I need a quick app (nothing that generates a significant amount of network
traffic) --where I can enter one command in terminal which will display a
printout of a traceroute, to show the ISP or to show the tech in real-time
when he comes out. The one I send the ISP needs the time/date in order to be
effectively convincing to them. We're supposed to get 20,000 kb/s (up) here,
and quite often, we're not, even with very low internet use in the PCs I'm
running here. Even the download speed's choking... seems like something big
right close is often are clogging the pipe. Traceroute I'm doing is only
going from here to Cambridge.
I did install a couple of other traceroute-type apps (such as tcptraceroute)
but their man pages didn't seem to show this capability either. I liked
tcptraceroute because it has a "don't fragment" option. Would like to