How to BSOD Trend Micro Internet Security in 10 minutes

(Prequel: Hot to BSOD Norton Antivirus in 10 minutes) Recently I have noticed that some of the well known brands like Norton, VmWare, Juniper, Trend Micro and some others have stability issues with their drivers. It seems like these brands neglect to pass Driver Verifier tests, thus releasing quite unstable code. It is worth mentioning …

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Ubuntu 10.10 is out!

The most popular Linux distribution has just released it’s new version: 10.10. You can download it here: Ubuntu Gnome desktop: http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/download Ubuntu KDE desktop: http://www.kubuntu.org/getkubuntu/download Let us see 🙂 Algthough I prefer more Fedora I just can’t resist to try the new kUbuntu … (gone to flash USB and try to load live image)

Label your partitions to make booting Linux and mounting partitions far easier

Introduction With version 2.6 of the Linux Kernel, which has been in use now for almost seven years, udev was introduced as the device manager. Udev dynamically assigns entries in /dev for among other things, drive partitions, for which it supports LABELS and UUID designations in place of the usual /dev/sda, etc. You will most …

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