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  1. Dakota Lally

    Every fricking time I hear TLDR, I get it, in context, like a "summary" and then I get distracted, wondering what it means. I always think "top level domain redirect". FINALLY looked it up… "too long didn't read", makes a little more sense. I can't expect you to elaborate every time like Rachel Ray and EVOO, but damn I've heard that[TLDR] way too much, and never heard anyone say what it meant.

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  2. Splodg er

    Linus! WTF are these things? future video : https://www.ebuyer.com/store/Computer/cat/Laptop-Accessories/subcat/Laptop-Docking-Stations/StarTech.com?a=1&utm_content=StarTech&iitt=bdpWhf8lMds_O.HZ4FoZ4.zT&utm_campaign=15/11%20B2C%20Daily%20Deals&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email

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  3. good fire

    Can you make an updated version on how to multicast an os using a server image and using clonezilla server or what ever free software…
    I saw diferent videos and searched the web… i had to dable 1 week untill it worked.. ik if you make it, it would be awesome and very helpful. Ty

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  4. Remy Ilian

    Most servers use Fiber Channel for connecting to Storage, but are being moved to iSCSI over Ethernet with the push to move to hyper-converged infrastructure.

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  5. Hecydec

    Why information my information is do at do can do information at information my information at at at like apps apps need my information and youtube need my information and Google searching engande and gmail third party gmail's mail going to my gmail and firefox not save tracking me all information my information in my information for my information at my information internet service lawsuit copyright infringement laws copyright protection more laws my information going to information information fuck of fuck of all wrong wrong need my information to information my information i give to get it all going together how save is internet lawsuit lawsuits lawsuits against copyright infringement international law enforcement agencies computer network systems etc. goodbye going to cry cry cry cry cry now am fucking stupid cunt give my information at myself information out cry me and crying saying debating it information i do using do at i do can information give do to do outside out there's nothing cry cry i hate my information fucking give Google wins Google wins

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  6. Madhur Gupta

    There could be a "LTT Enterprise" channel talking about enterprise tech and the target audience could be of course " The Fortune 500 Tech People (Not just admins :P)" and sponsors could be Tech Enterprise Giants (Like IBM in this one) plus you make more in commission(Much higher 3:) ) if you turn out some sales for their their products through these videos.

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  7. Peyman the magnificent :P

    Just a small problem, letting omputers access each other's data without going through processor would reduce the system instability and security.

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  8. Ed Parachini

    If you trust IBM your a moron. What they want is to go back to where you pay to use their mainframes. Add to that the trust issue of that off site storage not getting hacked when we hear about one of those companies being hacked almost monthly. Thank you no, I'll stick to NVM over PCIe. I can also store my data in those so called obsolete blueray burners.

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  9. Ray Chat

    Can we say this a new protocol for Level 7 switches in server environments ? or would this be called Level 8 ? although logically I'd call it a more advanced 7 … how about a basic TechQuickie video about switch levels Linus

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