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?
At tonight's meeting we'll have a discussion of current events in the
Linux/OSS world, Questions and Answers, etc. followed by our
traditional outing @ Tech Pizza.
The meeting room is in WPI's Morgan Hall (building 'H' on the campus
map ), down the hallway to the right of the dining hall entrance.
See you all there,
President, Worcester Linux Users' Group
Greetings, fellow Linux lovers;
Ran into a little situation today where we need to cycle power/reboot a
bunch of nodes that are down and out, by telnet to the relevant terminal
server ports and the advanced management module. This involves multiple
consoles, windows, command line, GUI, the works, as follows:
Subject: RHEL cluster, 4.0 through 5.3.
Issue: How to find IP addresses of terminal server ports which service
individual nodes which are down and out. (need to telnet to them for
And: IP address and/or hostname of advanced management module which runs on
Some clusters have a "magic decoder ring" file that gives this information;
Any thoughts? Workaround so far has been via eyeballing racks of blades and
doing various arithmetic problems in our heads.
I've got an old home system for the kids. Works fine, but I've only
got 768Mb of RAM in it. Anyone got any 512Mb or 1Gb DIMMS they want
to sell? DDR, PC2700 is what I need.
It's around $30/ea for 1Gb Dimms on newegg, which just isn't
justified. It's almost more cost effective to get a new
motherboard/cpu/RAM for this system instead.
P.S. My Tivo, Series 2 has died finally, after 8+ years. I can't get
my original 40Gb disk and mfstools 2.0 backup image to boot.
Sigh... could be a power supply issue, but again, is it worth the
money to fix or should I just get a premiere instead?