I recently purchased a Coral.ai co-processor for use with Frigate, an open-source security camera NVR that utilizes AI models to very accurately detect motion events. Google’s USB based Coral device promises to take the processing burden away from my forty Intel CPU cores that could barely handle it.
Working on updating some ServerTech CDU firmware today I found that they wouldn’t connect to my fresh new FTP server. I checked my firewall, I checked my server log, and saw that they weren’t authenticating correctly:
I recently had an issue where we lost the password for IPMI to a brand new Supermicro server. The server was running Windows 2008 STD. Not wanting to mess around rebooting the box to a livecd I had to find a solution to reset the password. This could be very useful for those of you
I’ve been a HUGE advocate of Seagate through the years (especially years that WD SUCKED!) After today I think I may use more Western Digital. I bought a new Seagate brand 1TB (1000GB) drive in December of ’08 for my personal desktop. I was impressed with the performance of the drive and everything seemed fine