The sequel of the previous post analyzes a second setup to see if Amazon Machine Learning really “learns” – or just repeats what it has memorized.
Machine Learning today is in everybody’s mouth. Amazon Machine Learning services is said to be an offering. Politicians and traders are tasting the “next big thing” to be ahead. But does machine learning really deserve to be said to “learn”? Let’s see…
Reaching the Safe Mode for a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (GT-P5100) running on Android 4.0.4 can be a tricky thing. The post explains how to achieve this.
Running an OpenVAS test on a fail2ban-enabled target system may result in inpredictable and unreliable reports.
Due to a bug in the debian package of OpenVAS 6, the files in /usr/share/openvas/cert/ are missing (“no such file”). It is being explained how to fix it.
Using certificates with nsCertType=server for OpenVPN clients will result in the error message “Unsupported Certificate Purpose”.
By default the firewall of Windows 7 is configured in such a way that the firewall only accepts connections from one of the subnets for which the system has at least one network interface. All other connections are blocked by default. Here it is described how you may adjust your firewall’s configuration to let packages pass.
A summary of the hardware details available in the Bubba 3 NAS system by Excito.
Recently I stumbled over the problem that the GPGOL addin of GPG4WIN (version 2.1.0) apparently has some problems with the German umlauts. At the bottom it turned out that it could not deal well with the message encoding. Here is how I managed to work around the problem.
The NETKEY stack (showing an internal error in process mv_crypto) with the current kernel version 2.6.38 appears to be broken for the ARMEL architecture (like the Excito Bubba3) such that larger IP packages encapsulated with IPSEC lead to a kernel Oops. The post describes how to switch to the KLIPS stack where this problem does not appear.