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RE: Interesting article regarding computer security

There is (Far as I know) no company by this name but I believe in Onion Security Layer upon layer upon layer.What name? Onion Security :Sread it again.... I suggest you do - the poster may not have used good punctuation, but it makes sense... here, I'll modify it for you.... There is, as far as I know, no company by the following name, but I believe in 'Onion Security' :SSo let me explain it the other way... OFTEN people here make reference comments to things that they thought they included in the comment. While you're change in punctuation does change that, I'll bet you had no idea that there is a real program called Security Onion that we've been using on Linux boxes for over 5 years. It's not just a term
SCVJeff 03/04/15 07:17pm Technology Corner
RE: San Diego to Santa Barbara - Best way thru/around LA

BUT...a 60 mile detour ain't nuttin compared to sitting in a 15-mile long parking lot called a 'freeway'!!!!You obviously aren't from these parts either. Anyone that lives here will tell you that ANY of those back road freeways can lockup far worse than the San Diego freeway, often worse. And there is NO detour to the 15 when it shuts down. People try to make a big deal out of the 5 & 405, but the "alternates" are no better.
SCVJeff 03/04/15 07:05pm Roads and Routes
RE: Interesting article regarding computer security

There is (Far as I know) no company by this name but I believe in Onion Security Layer upon layer upon layer.What name? Onion Security :Sread it again....
SCVJeff 03/03/15 11:59pm Technology Corner
RE: Spammers Motivation?

I have had my 5 AOL addresses since Steve Case started the company close to 30 years and used to answer the phone himself. I've been teased about keeping these AOL accounts for at least 20 of those years but I get almost zero spam through them, and it functions exactly like any other ISP on the iPhone and iPad.
SCVJeff 03/03/15 11:50pm Technology Corner
RE: Itasca Center Brake Light Replacement?

Find someone with a snake camera. Mine came from home depot and comes with a wire hook
SCVJeff 03/03/15 11:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: San Diego to Santa Barbara - Best way thru/around LA

OP must not be from round these parts... The offered up "detours" are hours out of the way on any day There is no way to short cut LA without at least a 60 mile detour. Leave early on a weekend morning, head up the 5 to the 405 to avoid all the truck traffic, and either the 101, or up to the 126 and back to the 101. Save lots of time and headache
SCVJeff 03/03/15 11:29pm Roads and Routes
RE: windows 8.1 or windows 7

I've been running Windows 10 tech review for 3 months and it has all the improvements that win7 users wanted in win8. It is easy to use and as others said will be a free upgrade from both win7 and win8.1 I've had Macs and Apple ipads also. I still dont get why anyone would be loyal to Apple. The reason they have free support stores is because their products are so restrictive and massively unintuitive. The reason they cost so much more is because they have to recover for free support stores. Windows all the way. Whatever rev you choose, you will be fine.This is turning into a bashing thread again and will likely get shut down thanks to these types of comments. If you are a windows lover, fine, but we dont need snipes about what you do and don't get about why people choose Mac over PC or visa versa. Thats frankly not your business. As far as your comment snipe the Apple Store, once again incorrect. The Apple Store is a relatively new idea compared to how long the company has been around. And I'll bet you also had no idea that Microsoft has copied that idea to a T. And they're not even a hardware company.
SCVJeff 03/03/15 10:16am Technology Corner
RE: Propane lasts how long?

All I was basing that comment on was filling a tank and what an empty one takes on a cold day vs. warm
SCVJeff 03/03/15 12:59am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Propane lasts how long?

There are folks that know better about the physics than me, but the colder the tank gets, the lower the pressure. with a 1/2 full tank in 20 degrees (or whatever) that might be all it takes to not get through the regulator
SCVJeff 03/02/15 10:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Ongoing saga of the motorhome

It's simple. You're guy looks at and certifies the coach one way or the other and there is no negotiation on that. Take that story to small claims and I doubt you will have no problems getting the deposit back if it came to that.
SCVJeff 03/02/15 06:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: windows 8.1 or windows 7

--snip-- I really wish that computers would stop evolving, and that they were worthwhile fixing, instead of being a "throw away". Thats because we're all old and come from a fix it rather than toss it mentality. Technology as it is today didn't evolve anywhere near as fast in the 'old' days, and we all did fine.
SCVJeff 03/02/15 05:48pm Technology Corner
RE: Interesting article regarding computer security

There is (Far as I know) no company by this name but I believe in Onion Security Layer upon layer upon layer.What name?
SCVJeff 03/02/15 05:40pm Technology Corner
RE: windows 8.1 or windows 7

Hi Jeff, This was back in 1996, so I don't remember the details. All said it done it cost me 6 grand. 3k per year is too rich for my blood. Mac's are nice. So are Pc's. Find the program you want to run, then buy the platform that supports it.3k all in for top of the line Mac is about right in US$$, but per year?? I'm just barely getting used to 7, and now I gotta learn 2 more? Grrrr
SCVJeff 03/02/15 03:48pm Technology Corner
RE: windows 8.1 or windows 7

Hi, I had a Mac. It was a pain. It was the most expensive laptop I've ever owned and was totally obsolete within 24 months. I had maxed out the ram and there was still not enough memory to run the one program I got it for in "real mode" so it could not be upgraded to the next apple OS. It had no modem, no disk drive, and a special docking port was needed for using a cdrom drive. It would lock up on a regular basis, requiring me to "zap the pram". If I wished to change the battery, it had to go back to the factory. I'll never willing own another Mac. The OP should go for win 7 and probably consider transitioning to windows 10. Neither. Do yourself a favor & buy a Mac.what did you own? I have had more mac's than PC's and never had one that you couldnt pull the battery or RAM. I have a Mac laptop currently running the Mac OS, as well as XP, and Windoz 7, all running at the same time, and XP or 7 are faster than the laptop with an i7. Its pricy between the powerbook and the various OS's, but this the way to go
SCVJeff 03/02/15 03:15pm Technology Corner
RE: Interesting article regarding computer security

Thats no suprise at all. Microsoft didn't "roll up their sleeves" for years because of all the anti-virus companies were, and still are protecting the Windows platform for them. Meanwhile Apple was thumbing their noses that they didnt have virus's, and that was because there were hardly Mac's out there of any value outside of high end production editing systems. The tides have now turned and its now Apple out there with their pants down. Even though there are several anti-virus companies out there dealing with Apple, there are 30 years of culture thinking they are invincible.
SCVJeff 03/02/15 02:39pm Technology Corner
RE: 1987 Bounder 34ft wiring question

Any solar on the roof?
SCVJeff 03/02/15 02:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oxygenics shower head install for outside shower

Have no idea how much room is in there with the door closed, but the Oxygenics is by far the thinnest showerhead I've seen.
SCVJeff 03/02/15 02:26pm Truck Campers
RE: water pump replacement

The 5.7 had many problems for lots of people but mine has been working great for ten years. It is an absolutely stellar performer - very quiet and strong. It has no problems with surge and it runs very slow and smooth under low flow conditions. I honestly don't know that I'd recommend it though based on all the failures. OTOH, Shure Flow was always good about replacing them for the folks that did have issues.Mine was replaced by the factory 2 years ago with a -4048 (IIRC) and I hated it. It turned into a backup for the Flojet. I dont think they are servicing the 5.7's at all
SCVJeff 03/01/15 01:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: water pump replacement

Unless something has changed, the Sureflo 5.7 was discontinued because of the massive problems it had. Be very careful about buying one, it might be a leftover.
SCVJeff 03/01/15 09:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Trona-Wildrose Road open?

DV Daily Road and Weather Report
SCVJeff 03/01/15 03:26am Roads and Routes
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