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Tired of changing your nat rules everytime your ISP changes your IP? may be DSLUpdate can help you with that. DSLUpdate is a perl script made just for that checking ip changes and reseting your nat rules. It can also restart your dsl modem if your line goes down. When your ip address changes it can also send you an email with the new ip. I have it tested on a Cisco 678 DSL modem, if it works for you I would like to hear about it. Download

Current News

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 * AMD Enters Desktop Memory Market
 * What If Android Lost the Patent War?
 * Cisco, US DOJ Fire Another Salvo At Peter Adekeye
 * Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes
 * Bletchley Park Finds a Saviour In Google
 * Drought-Stricken Texas Town Taps Urine For Water
 * Building a Better 'Anonymous?'
 * Are Google's Best Days Behind It?
 * Intel Details New Ultrabook Reference Designs
 * S&P's $2 Trillion Math Mistake
 * Power Companies Brace For Solar Storms
 * Guide To Building a Cable That Improves iOS Exploits
 * Build Your Own Camera, Launch It Like a Grenade
 * Lightning Strike KOs Amazon, Microsoft EuroClouds
 * PlayStation 3 Controller On Android Devices

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August 08, 2011, 14:07 EST

 * Graphical Slowdown Mars Final Fantasy Tactics on iPhone
 * Self-Assembling Mini-Robots Swim and Manipulate Objects
 * Amazon's New(ish) Social Network -- Now Lifting Even More Info From Facebook, Twitter
 * Are Your Co-Workers Killing You?
 * Satellite Finds Evidence of Antimatter Belt Around Earth
 * A Month With Google+ Shows Why This Social Network Has Legs
 * Apple Launches Low-End iMac for Schools
 * Acceleration of a Fungus Spore
 * Backyard Theater-in-a-Box Is a Pricey Delight
 * Electric Airplane Has 4 Seats, Two Fuselages, One Big Motor
 * Mary H. K. Choi on Ending Your Simpsons Addiction
 * Wilfred's Weirdo Boy-Meets-Dog Story Will Leave You Begging for More
 * 10 Award-Winning Scientific Simulation Videos
 * Aug. 8, 1876: Run This Off on the Mimeo
 * TaskRabbit Turns Grunt Work Into a Game
 * Did a New Taliban Weapon Kill a Chopper Full of Navy SEALs?
 * Mosasaurs: Masters of the Bronx Cheer
 * When Making Apes Into Movie Stars, It's All in the Eyes
 * test headline from autopia
 * Build an LED Display Board That Tweets
 * Resistant Salmonella: Deadly Yet Somehow Not Illegal
 * Lost Star Dominic Monaghan Calls Online TV Viewing 'Inevitable'
 * Cosmos Will Get a Sequel Hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson
 * 6 Mysteries of Jupiter NASA's New Spacecraft May Solve
 * Sprint Conquers Low-End Phones With Fast, Cheap Android Device
 * Lest We Forget: The Noble Nintendo DS Lite
 * Controversial Paper Company Relocates Sumatran Tiger
 * Gadget Lab Podcast: Photon 4G, Droid X Problems and Tiny New Camera Lens
 * Vibrating Glove Boosts Fingertip's Sense of Touch
 * Can Darpa Fix the Cybersecurity 'Problem From Hell?'

August 08, 2011, 14:04 EST

 * Block crackers with 3 locks to your SSH door (18 Oct 2010)
 * Bazaar: source control system (15 Oct 2010)
 * User space memory access from the Linux kernel (13 Oct 2010)
 * Techniques for migrating Perl to Python (11 Oct 2010)
 * New AIX 7 capabilities for virtualization (8 Oct 2010)
 * Introduction to PowerHA (1 Sep 2010)
 * Yeah - Learn Linux: Maintain the integrity of file (30 Aug 2010)
 * Live Kernel Patches with Ksplice (11 Aug 2010)
 * vi tips and tricks: Ten cool commands (2 Aug 2010)
 * Understanding ZFS & ZFS ARC/L2ARC (26 Jul 2010)
 * Creates a whole new painting tool for GIMP (23 Jul 2010)
 * Gourmet Java technology for Android applications (21 Jul 2010)
 * More powerful Python testing techniques (20 Jul 2010)
 * Distributed data processing with Hadoop (19 Jul 2010)
 * Creating mobile Web applications with HTML5 (15 Jul 2010)
 * Anatomy of the Linux virtual file system switch (13 Jul 2010)
 * UNIX network performance analysis (12 Jul 2010)
 * Speak UNIX fluently with the best tools available (11 Jul 2010)
 * Worry-free Linux power-downs with Anacron (10 Jul 2010)
 * Guide to porting from Solaris to Linux on POWER (8 Jul 2010)
 * HOW TO: Teach your old Mutt some new tricks (1 Jul 2010)
 * Unix turns 40 (8 Jun 2009)
 * Using PHP directly from the command line on Linux (5 Jun 2009)
 * Anatomy of a Linux hypervisor (5 Jun 2009)
 * Boost Linux performance on old hardware (1 Jun 2009)
 * Comparing UNIX inovation (29 May 2009)
 * Modify xorg.conf for better performanc (26 May 2009)
 * Puppet and Subversion in Fifteen Minutes (25 May 2009)
 * Build your first Android application (19 May 2009)
 * Who has better virtualization (19 May 2009)
 * Fedora 11 Screenshot Tour (18 May 2009)
 * Cheap, Readable, Low-Power Displays (14 May 2009)
 * MySQL Clustering in a Sandbox (13 May 2009)
 * MOC: Text based audio player (12 May 2009)
 * Scripting the Vim editor with Vmscript (11 May 2009)
 * VirtualBSD Review--Inside and Out (7 May 2009)

August 08, 2011, 01:30 EST

 * Beginner's Introduction to Perl 5.10, Part 2
 * A Beginner's Introduction to Perl 5.10
 * Using Amazon S3 from Perl
 * Reverse Callback Templating
 * Elements of Access Control
 * How to Tell Your Perl Story (at OSCON)
 * Memories of 20 Years of Perl
 * Programming is Hard, Let's Go Scripting...
 * PDF Processing with Perl
 * Making Perl Reusable with Modules
 * Option and Configuration Processing Made Easy
 * Better Code Through Destruction
 * Everyday Perl 6
 * Lightning Strikes Four Times
 * The Beauty of Perl 6 Parameter Passing

July 21, 2010, 21:40 EST

Debian Security

 * DSA-2291 squirrelmail
 * DSA-2290 samba
 * DSA-2289 typo3-src
 * DSA-2288 libsndfile
 * DSA-2287 libpng
 * DSA-2286 phpmyadmin
 * DSA-2285 mapserver
 * DSA-2284 opensaml2
 * DSA-2283 krb5-appl
 * DSA-2282 qemu-kvm
 * DSA-2281 opie
 * DSA-2280 libvirt
 * DSA-2279 libapache2-mod-authnz-external
 * DSA-2278 horde3
 * DSA-2277 xml-security-c
 * DSA-2276 asterisk

August 08, 2011, 10:37 EST

Linux Today

 * Perl Weekly Issue #1 - August 1, 2011
 * Technology Lies on the Rise
 * LibreOffice Out in New Version, with Oracle a Big Contributor
 * Enabling Compiz Fusion On Linux Mint 11
 * The Cost of Being Amazon's Free App of the Day


August 05, 2011, 10:57 EST

All Salon

 * "Entourage" recap 7x3
 * Did the Russians bomb a U.S. embassy?
 * S&P downgrades Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
 * Mysterious donor to pro-Romney PAC identified
 * Breaking Bad 8x4: "Bullet Points"
 * Global stocks fall after U.S. debt downgrade
 * U.K. police arrest over 160 in London riots
 * Greenspan: US "Can pay any debt it has"
 * "True Blood" recap 4x7: Reach for the sun
 * The abortion that Mitt doesn't talk about anymore
 * Big Brother is tracking you: GPS and the 4th Amendment
 * The making of a great art school
 * Separation seems to help. Should we divorce?
 * The writers who keep popular authors alive
 * Should liberals have buyers' remorse over Obama?
 * The real reason hypochondriacs drive doctors crazy
 * How I learned the secret rule of grief
 * What if my daughter grows up to be Republican?
 * The hypocrisy of "states' rights" conservatives
 * Copter shot down, killing 30 US troops, 7 Afghans

August 08, 2011, 13:45 EST

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