Re: So we're one step closer
Maybe the NSA have already got one?
Maybe they are a bit uncertain that they have got one?
130 posts • joined 6 Jul 2009
Maybe the NSA have already got one?
Maybe they are a bit uncertain that they have got one?
Well I just did and apparently in 7 days time I will have been here for 12 years.
Will have to get up and do some work I suppose.
I really hate having delicate bits of shiny that I have to spend my day worrying about.
You have shiny delicate bits????
Bloody hell, you could make a fortune sir/madam but I fear that is a bit too much information in this forum.
...which is one Waffer Think Mint short of red wallpaper?
Think you might of meant thin?
"Have they solved the 10% cpu issue in Linux?"
Opensuse tumbleweed here with Firefox 42.0 after a couple of days of constant browsing and stuff I have not seen any spikes at all, also at the moment ( only two tabs open though) it is only using: 1% cpu ( 4core I3 lappy ).
Seems smoother as well
Rwyf wedi gadael fy ambarél ar y trên gyda russian sy'n siarad unrhyw Gymraeg
I had one of their envelopes drop on the floor this very morning, now I presume they are sent out from some agency probably organised before all of this debacle but it got short shrift anyway because TT shafted me about 5 years ago. (long story, but at the time I had a feeling that they were having money problems then)
I will confirm that there are no obscure commands needed on an install of "OpenSUSE Leap" and I should know I have been installing since the original SuSE in the 90`s. I have not "had" to use one command since install on my test box I do use them though because I can sometimes get results quicker.
I am using Tumbleweed at the moment which is a rolling release and does get a bit hairy sometimes but it is very, very bleeding edge for OpenSUSE.
Leap is a stable mix of SUSE, and OpenSUSE.
Just my 2 pennyworth.
The first thought I had also.
Maybe they are making room for all the slurp data? Oh and maybe a little spare for your "personal" stuff too.
Oopsie doopsie just read the next thread Doh!
Sorry I shall go and eat worms now.
I can see that working great round here on dole payday and the lads (Oh and Dutch lassies) have had a few, it will be going back heavier than when it set out, slightly awash at the err.. umm grills?
"Can I have some for my roses?"
I would like to nominate this as the best one-liner of the week Mr ElReg moderator!
Here David have a beer---------------------------->>>>
Ah diddums, shall I pick your dummy up for you?
Ah but they can spot obvious troll :-)
PS. I do not have a beard though.
"The fuzzy chin interferes with the correct fitting of the flash hood."
And the seal on the gas mask.
Everywhere but not a drop to dlink?
I will stick to beer thanks.
Oh! yes to this :-)
Well it made me smile before 09:00 on a Friday.
Here have a beer on me.
Ah the sockethole theory:-
"And it was to this planet that unattended sockets would make their way, slipping away quietly through wormholes in space to a world where they knew they could enjoy a uniquely soketoid lifestyle, responding to highly socket-oriented stimuli, and generally leading the socket equivalent of the good life."
(Apologies to D. A.)
Coat? Nah, just looking for my biro ------->
"I wear glasses for reading. Without them, I couldn't read the notifications etc. I'm not going to search out my reading glasses just to see the time!!!
I'll stick with a nice analogue old fashioned watch with a battery that lasts years.
Alan [Founder member (only member) of the Luddite Watch Society]"
I am also in the same boat.
My Old, old Casio Telememo 50 has a db onboard, stores phone numbers, passport and other stuff, plus more.
It has gone through 3 straps and only 4 batteries in approx 20 years, 50m water proof and still runs like a trooper, bit scratched here and there but I do wear it 24/7, plus it does not wake me in the middle of the night because some pi55ed person cannot access their pr0n as the internet is off :-)
May I become a "Chronorary" member of your club please?
"Did that button actually do anything?"
A little sign popped up saying:
"Please do not press this button again"
There used to be an excellent keyboard from Cherry ( google: cherry cymotion master linux keyboard ) which came with its own Open source config.
I had one for years, wish I could get hold of another.
The keys were just a tad bigger than norm ( great for fat fingers like mine ) an absolute pleasure to use for 10 hours a day, easy to clean, just unscrew the 5-6 base screws and after removing the circuit you could throw the whole lot in the shower, none of these stupid little rubber egg cups to hide under the furniture, when dry couple of screws for the circuit and put the back on.
Wonderful keyboard, shame they stopped making that one.
I watched the video and then I thought "What a lot we still do not know"
But there again it is reasonably early on Friday and not enough caffeine yet :-)
Wot him worry?
Pedant alert here!!!
I think you will find there is an "l" in "conflab", just saying :-)
Oh how I would like to think that what you have said is in jest but as always I fear that I am wrong again.
Kudos and have one of these on me
OK so I am a bit late but you beat me to it, upvote for sheer presience.
Also if I had checked my spilling the time would have been about 3 mins shorter, sorry long night sorting out "stuff" (tm).
Have been running 13.2 from beta to RC1 here on an old ( circa 2007 ) dual core Samsung R60 laptop that I use for testing, a few niggles during beta but the RC is as stable as my 13.1 install, just one or two very, very minor glitches ( Plymouth ) but does not affect anything.
Give it a try, or wait a week for the GM.
Where is the "Applause" icon when you need it?
A thumbs up will have to do.
"You roll joints from butterflies? Ewwww....www...."
Just don`t ask about the roaches.
Coat? just looking for me skins mate....
Title says all.
Apologies and credit to T.P.
You may have a (cold) beer from me for that!
Funny how that asteroid happened past at the same time, do you think someone is telling us something?
You do know that throughout British history garlic or "garlyck" has been used for not only cooking.
I think the first mention in writing goes back as far as the 11th century, it was used as an antibacterial dressing on the battlefield and also as a blood purifier when eaten.
Ramsons ( wild garlic or garlic lilly ) are also steeped in history as they may have been used as a meeting place, they are generally found in damp soil in woodland, usually near a water source, and can be found by the smell of garlic from a distance hence easy to find for non locals, all parts even the flowers are edible and the leaves make a nice addition to a salad if mixed in with the greens.
The there is the much unheard of garlic mustard or Jack of the hedgerow ( named because it can be found along roads or tracks in abundance ) which is native to this country and makes a nice addition to salad greens as well.
I could go on and on and on ( sorry ) but I did research for a thesis many, many years ago so I may have the dates wrong now due to a failing brane.
OK, OK I am going, mines the one with the plants growing out of the pockets.
You sir are Chris Mellor and I claim my £5.00p
Fully agree here, totally Linux boxen here. Nearly threw my hand in half way but carried on to the bitter end just to skew the results :-)
I think if you look closely it has two rotors each with just 2 vanes.
No I would not have said that if Ms Bee was still around.
More like Peter
"no, I don't bet - I just come across many interesting people"
As opposed to the average Sun reader where it would be page 3?
Paris, need I say more?
I could go further but why bother.
Yeah, just read some of the posts on here.
That is all.
Ooer! fnnr fnnr.
Being a "very" amateur solar observer I would like to point out that the sunspot activity has increased now this year so if there is a Maunder Minimum it may have passed, but the colder winters have corresponded exactly to the sun state.
It is a proven fact that when the sun is not very active the solar winds from coronal holes, CME's etc affect the outer layers of the earths atmosphere and magnetic fields which do in turn affect temperature.
I could cite more evidence but I do not want to make this post to big.
Now if you go back in history taking the solar cycle into account and align it to the recorded climate in my opinion you cannot refuse that there is no correlation between the two.
Please spend 5 mins to check the cycle out and form your own opinions.
Just my 2p worth.
Not very often I post a thread, I normally just snipe :-)
Boffin? Nah, I wish.
Or possibly visiting her aunt just outside of Quirm?
Coat? mines the one with baggy sleeves and the pointy hat thank you.
Missing a `t` there?
I am not sure why people would give you a thumbs down on this post, Oh yes you seem to have missed the "/sarcasm" tag for those who are a bit slow/hungover on a Sunday morning.
< well it looks a bit like one.
Probably a remote for his plane as it looks like it has wings?
( Sorry )
You Sir are Lewis Page and I claim my £5.
Paris? please use your imagination ( or watch the film )