History of ZFS The Z File System (ZFS) was created by Matthew Ahrens and Jeff Bonwick in 2001. ZFS was designed to be a next generation file system for Sun Microsystems’ OpenSolaris. In 2008, ZFS was ported to FreeBSD. The same year a project was started to port ZFS to Linux. However, since ZFS is … Continue reading What is ZFS? Why are People Crazy About it?
Facebook is fighting for the blanket right to access your information. Should it persuade a US court that it has this blanket right, it will create a backdoor to the GDPR and to your personal information. Facebook’s arguments attempt to open a door to your personal information. To understand the significance and breadth of the … Continue reading Facebook Wants Your Information By Any Means!
link to screencast What is Heads all about? Heads is a GNU/Linux liveCD distribution aimed at people who like the aspect of controlling their privacy and anonymity on the Internet. You might have heard of Tails as a similar GNU/Linux distribution. heads was born as an answer to Tails, since Tails is using systemd as … Continue reading HEADS: A More Private Distro Experience
There are a few reasons why: Make money from home. Blogging can be quite lucrative if done correctly. The top bloggers in the world obviously earn quite a bit, but even a part-time blogger can expect to make a nice profit if things are done correctly. The best part about it is that blogging is … Continue reading Why Would You Go To The Trouble Of Blogging?