Die ZyXEL Modelle MGS-3712 (1180 Euro inkl. MwSt.) und MGS-3712-F (1099 Euro inkl. MwSt.) sind speziell fÃ¼r den Aggregations-Bereich von Fiber to the Building (FTTB) Infrastrukturen konzipiert. Beide Versionen verfÃ¼gen Ã¼ber jeweils 12 Gigabit Ports. Beim MGS-3712 (786 Euro inkl. MwSt.) sind es 8x Kupfer und 4 Dual Personality Ports fÃ¼r den alternativen Anschluss von SFP Glasfasermodulen.
Noch 10 Zeilen mehr und man hÃ¤tte wahrscheinlich Geld fÃ¼r den MGS-3712 bekommen, wenn man ihn nimmt ;)
If you’re a bit into computer games and especially the RPGs, you’ll love Shakes & Fidget – even if the current online selection is somewhat crippled by recent actions of Activision Blizzard. Still: A must-read.
A couple of days ago Dan Baigent started a series of blogs posts around the topic “Why Sun is Setting”. The intention was to list his Top 10 reasons why Sun had to look for a buyer.
Well, he made it ’til #8. Today, the entries are gone. Quite. There’s always Google’s cache. I would have thought that of all companies Sun would know about the fact that once a thing is on the net, it’s on the net and you can’t make it go away again.
Die SPD will (…) mit einer Erleichterung fÃ¼r Steuerzahler im Wahlkampf punkten. KÃ¼nftig sollen Arbeitnehmer, die auf eine SteuererklÃ¤rung verzichten, mit 300 Euro belohnt werden.
Mann, Mann, Mann. Was rauchen die da eigentlich in der Parteizentrale, wenn dann sowas bei rauskommt? Das ist ja gleich mehrfacher Betrug am Wahlvieh BÃ¼rger.
Oh well. After some experiments with other stuff (and other templates) I decided to bring the dillo back. No, not the web browser, not the trolleys from Austin and for sure not the guy from Austria.
Just the cute (?) little animal watching over the site from the top right corner. It had been on leave for around two years but now I was urged to bring it back. So I did and here it is again. Hope you like it ;)
A while ago I posted an entry about â€œHow to fix SuSE 10.0 for the Adaptec ATA 2400A RAID controllerâ€. This went quite unnoticed except for one rant from Hannes Reinecke who seemed to be a bit pissed about me writing a blog entry instead of reporting the bug to the OpenSUSE developers. Well, I replied that my experiences with (Open)SuSE weren’t the best when it came to fixing bugs. Since there was no further reply, I left it at that. Now that OpenSUSE 10.1 is available I gave it a spin today.Â Now guess what’s *not* fixed in this release … Most likely Hannes Reinecke still waits for me to officially report the bug before he can do anything about it. See, same procedure as ever at (Open)SuSE. Didn’t I say so?Anyway. In case your I2O controller doesn’t behave with OpenSuSE 10.1, the fix is still the same: Move the directory /lib/modules/<kernel-revision>/kernel/drivers/messages/i2o out of the way by renaming it.