UFS Explorer Standard Recovery software was designed with the aim to make even complex data recovery a simple procedure to be easily...
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A look at the RAID capabilities of the btrfs Linux filesystem
Software RAID on Linux is a snap, thanks to the mdadm tool that comes with most modern Linux distributions. Software RAID, particularly RAID1, is an inexpensive way to create instant backups and protect your systems against data loss in the event that one drive fails.
The Linux community has applauded the recent police raids on the Australian Warez community, saying that stamping out pirated software will make open source alternatives more attractive. "This is great for Linux," Con Zymaris, CEO of specialist IT services company Cybersource, told ZDNet Australia.
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