Please share what you think about this via the Social Web Experiment topic! If you are interested in this followup project of the incredibly useful web100, check out their site.
I have added a short summary on the project to the Web Ten G topic here. A couple of candidate applications are familiar to our community, for example NDT and NPAD. Some applications are specific for mobile data networks ("3G" etc.). I'm all excited about this because Web100 produced so many influential results.
Replace the linux header by "kernel" and insert both lines in the of Open Indiana, so : The "4" in "root (hd0,4)" means that Linux was installed on the 5th partition (the first logical partition).You need : This is clearly more than four partitions, so you have to use an extended partition.However some vendors ship the computer with all four primary partitions used, so you may have to delete one of them and replace it by an extended partition, then reinstall the deleted one as a logical partition.The slides, as well as some other materials and minutes, can be found on the IETF Proceedings page.Edited to add: Around IETF 79 in November 2010, the discussion on the initial window picked up steam, and there are now three different proposals in the form of Internet-Drafts.But this time we added some case studies, where the instructors walked through some actual cases they had encountered in their PERT work, and at many points asked the audience for their interpretation of the symptoms seen so far, and for suggestions on what to do next.Thanks to the active participation of several attendees, this interactive part turned out to be both enjoyable and instructive, and was well received by the audience.In particular the Open Indiana installer will destroy the partitions beyond the ninth, and if you need more than nine partitions, you will have to recreate them.A convenient tool for saving/restoring the partition layout is sfdisk. You can do that from a live-CD/DVD/USB : The /dev/sda notation is what you'd encounter if using a Linux Live CD/DVD/USB.I have updated the Tcp Initial Window topic to briefly describe these.We held a PERT meeting on Sunday 30 May (1400-1730), just before the official start of the TNC 2010 conference in Vilnius.Make images of the partitions you cannot easily rebuild, such as tool partitions preinstalled by the vendor.This is easily done by Gparted which is present on most live-CD/DVD/USB installers for Linux and Open Indiana. Best to separate the system partitions and you user data partitions.This configuration may be useful for a laptop with no easy access to an external disk.