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Fixing the MySQL/MariaDB requirement in the Froxlor Debian package

Submitted by: Slydder

OK. Any of you working with Froxlor on Debian in an HA environment knows that you will NEVER have a local DB server installed on a content node. You also know that Froxlor is one of the best Web Control Panels on the market.

Unfortunately some of the Devs in the Froxlor project are lacking in experience/knowledge in high end hosting situations or are just interested in keeping the install idiot proof for non-admins. Either way it is a pain for power users wishing to enjoy the power and versatility that Froxlor can offer.

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Froxlor Stack/Cluster Plugin Preview

Submitted by: Slydder

A while back I posted an article titled “Froxlor Love!”. In that article I promised to show a bit more of what I have been doing on my own with Froxlor. Well, here is a bit of info on the Stack/Cluster support I have been working on.

I finally finished a few larger projects, the budget planning of our Infrastructure for next year and a few other chores that have been on the back burner for a while. Afterwards I could free up some time to get some work done on the plugin. Here are a few screenshots of what I have working as well as a planned feature list I am shooting for. If you have any ideas on how to make this even better then let me know.

Without further ado on to the screenshots.

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“Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should”

Submitted by: Slydder

I recently read an article by Olga Annenko which was an interview with Patrick Wills (Founder and managing director of Earlymarket LLP out of London). OK. I tried to read it, but gave in to exasperation about half way through, and had to go back 2 more times until I could actually finish it. I then commented on the article (not pertaining in any way to Ms. Annenko because it was very well written) which eventually lead to a rather long comment. In that comment I mentioned a few points regarding Cloud services in general that has been bothering me for a while now due to all the hype and pressure to move more and more to the Cloud.

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Confirmed! The NSA hunt for Snowden led to the ruin of Lavabit

Submitted by: Slydder

The long suspected grounds for Levisons’ decision to shutdown Lavabit have now been, inadvertently, verified by the NSA.

Rather than comply with a Court order to provide the NSA access to all Lavabit communications, Levison decided to close up shop in the summer of 2013.

In an ineptly executed release of documents in the federal PACER database this month, the NSA left Snowdens mail address, ‘Ed_snowden@lavabit.com’, unredacted for the world to see.

Source: Ars Technica

 

Submitted by: Slydder

The long suspected grounds for Levisons’ decision to shutdown Lavabit have now been, inadvertently, verified by the NSA.

Rather than comply with a Court order to provide the NSA access to all Lavabit communications, Levison decided to close up shop in the summer of 2013.

In an ineptly executed release of documents in the federal PACER database this month, the NSA left Snowdens mail address, ‘Ed_snowden@lavabit.com’, unredacted for the world to see.

Source: Ars Technica

   
 

Submitted by: Slydder

The long suspected grounds for Levisons’ decision to shutdown Lavabit have now been, inadvertently, verified by the NSA.

Rather than comply with a Court order to provide the NSA access to all Lavabit communications, Levison decided to close up shop in the summer of 2013.

In an ineptly executed release of documents in the federal PACER database this month, the NSA left Snowdens mail address, ‘Ed_snowden@lavabit.com’, unredacted for the world to see.

Source: Ars Technica

 

Submitted by: Slydder

The long suspected grounds for Levisons’ decision to shutdown Lavabit have now been, inadvertently, verified by the NSA.

Rather than comply with a Court order to provide the NSA access to all Lavabit communications, Levison decided to close up shop in the summer of 2013.

In an ineptly executed release of documents in the federal PACER database this month, the NSA left Snowdens mail address, ‘Ed_snowden@lavabit.com’, unredacted for the world to see.

Source: Ars Technica

   
 

Submitted by: Slydder

The long suspected grounds for Levisons’ decision to shutdown Lavabit have now been, inadvertently, verified by the NSA.

Rather than comply with a Court order to provide the NSA access to all Lavabit communications, Levison decided to close up shop in the summer of 2013.

In an ineptly executed release of documents in the federal PACER database this month, the NSA left Snowdens mail address, ‘Ed_snowden@lavabit.com’, unredacted for the world to see.

Source: Ars Technica

 

Submitted by: Slydder

The long suspected grounds for Levisons’ decision to shutdown Lavabit have now been, inadvertently, verified by the NSA.

Rather than comply with a Court order to provide the NSA access to all Lavabit communications, Levison decided to close up shop in the summer of 2013.

In an ineptly executed release of documents in the federal PACER database this month, the NSA left Snowdens mail address, ‘Ed_snowden@lavabit.com’, unredacted for the world to see.

Source: Ars Technica

   
 
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