Why DomainPeople’s New Domain Manager Sucks

DomainPeople upgraded their Domain Name Manager, which now doesn’t allow the creation of Name Servers based on your domain name. So you’re required to submit a ticket to create/update your Name Servers based on your Domain Name. I’m so glad I moved to Hexonet, because I have direct access to this.

UPDATE: If you read the comments below, Andrew has pointed out that DomainPeople has added an option for “Register Nameservers” which should then allow you to register nameservers based on your domain.

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QuickPwn Release Allows Fast Jailbreak Of iPhone Firmware Update 2.0.2

That's right, hot off the blog presses QuickPwn has been updated by the iphone-dev.org team and now allows you to Jailbreak your iPhones 2.0.2 firmware. The new 2.0.2 firmware that was released on Monday supposedly fixes some "bugs", however the bugs aren't mentioned anywhere.
Here is the updated QuickPwn for Windows, wrapped by Poorlad’s GUI. It contains our new bundles for 2.0.2 and we’ve added support for version 2.0 devices which means you can QuickPwn and jailbreak the device if it is running 2.0, 2.0.1 or 2.0.2. Remember this is still beta software, so usual rules apply, no complaints ifanything goes wrong and use the tool at at your own risk! Download here! SHA1 = 8e1ed2ce9e7e473d38a9dc7824a384a9ac34d7d0

Read the full article at blog.iphone-dev.org
Download the new QuickPwn 1.2.0 with the new 2.0.2 bundle.

Thanks for another successful Jailbreak!

Run Windows Applications within Ubuntu

I ran into this article about how you can seamlessly run Windows Applications from within Ubunutu. The author is using VMware, rdesktop (apt-get install rdesktop), and Seamless RDP. http://hehe2.net/thedarkside/microsoft/run-windows-apps-100-seamlessly-on-ubuntu/

FOSS Advertising Network Ad Bard

Ad Bard is a free advertising community for FOSS oriented websites and advertisers. A snippet from their about page
The Ad Bard Network aims to foster a friendly and useful advertising community for FOSS oriented websites and advertisers. As a fellow Ad Bard, you will help to ensure that the advertisements in our network remain useful, relevant, and non-obnoxious. Ad Bard members earn 80% of the price-per-click each time an advertisement is clicked on your website. Our advertising community is entirely built with free and open source software, with all involved algorithms and schemas freely available for public scrutiny.
Definitely a neat and good way for FOSS websites to generate revenue aside from donations. Ad Bard Website

Boeing’s unmanned A160T Hummingbird helicopter takes flight

Not the first Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) made. But the Boeing A160HT Humming Bird should be one of the best once further tests and simulation in combat missions is completed.
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It's been a few ticks since we've seen Boeing send an atypical aircraft into the friendly skies, but the firm's latest helicopter has successfully completed a 12-minute test flight without so much as a pilot on board. The A160T Hummingbird unmanned rotorcraft is a turbine-powered "warfighter" that aims to provide "intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance coverage" in locales that could make even the most calloused veteran queasy. During its time in the air, it reportedly met every objective set for it, and while we've no idea how soon this thing will be lifting itself up, it'll eventually reach speeds of up to 140 knots and stay airborne for up to 20 hours before returning to base for a pat on the wing.

[Via The Raw Feed, image courtesy of SkyControl]

 

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