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11 Aug 2012 (updated 11 Aug 2012 at 16:53 UTC) »

Wayland

They really want to break decades of backward compatiblity and drop network transparency because of smoother bootup and user switching? In a world where there is always connectivity everywhere...

3 of 3 installations of ubuntu failed for various reasons. Linux hardware support is getting worse since 1995.

17 Nov 2004 (updated 11 Aug 2012 at 17:22 UTC) »
error27 Please make your hash trees be compatible with the THEX spec. And you should modify your code to use different hash functions for leaves and internal nodes. Just prepend 0x00 and 0x01 respectively before hashing.
Bayesian spam filters solved the spam problem for me. But I don't like the use of a big (X MB) and slow database for word counts. (And I want that deleted emails leave no traces on disc.) So I modified some bloom filter code I had around to classify my emails. While this code is still untuned and uses a stupid shell script as tokenizer, the first results look promising. Two 64 KB bit-arrays are more than enough information to detect spam emails.

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