Re: this story only really came out yesterday
Wow. You should work in government.
2077 posts • joined 11 May 2007
Wow. You should work in government.
Look! Over there! MS are evil!!!!
So it's when the story breaks that's important to you, not when the vulnerability is introduced?
"It's 2016 and clicking a link can pwn your Linux pc"? Worried about how much it would upset the freetards??
But, can I wipe it and put a PROPER linux on there?
Can I wipe it and put a PROPER linux on there?
Because all non-religious people are independent thinkers? Yeah, right.....
Arghhh! My Eyes!!!!!!
Doesn't stop any of you pounding them out again though, ad bloody infinitum....
No, when lot's of people get something wrong it becomes right by weight of numbers!
Is that the differentiator? Sure it's not just "For those unfamiliar with linux"?
Wind your neck in.
How's the wrist holding up?
Slightly OTT. They own your pc.
Hardly, the whole point of using GIT is that you have a full repository locally. And you can post updates to each other without using github if you have to get someone else's code. At least that's how it was sold to me....
An AC with a logo? Why are they hiding their posting history when posting such un-controversial stuff?
Hey, you built it! You should fix it!
If you don't like opinionated reporting you're on the wrong site.
Sometimes the settings have default values in code and the registry is only necessary to change them from the defaults.
Sounds interesting. A quick google reveals:
Kaffeine is a media player for kde. while it supports multiple phonon backends, its default backend is xine, giving kaffeine a wide variety of supported media types and letting kaffeine access cds, dvds, and network streams easily.
Sorry, none the wiser....
And if the customer insists that you support feature X on an iPhone and on Chrome and the only way to get paid is to use a webkit prefix? Even after you've explained how much of a bad idea that is? You'd close your business rather than implement something browser specific?
The problem with IE6 sites wasn't that they only worked on Windows, it was that they only worked on IE6. Your critical difference actually makes this worse, there's even less reason for the move to standards.
I'm more interested in what you couldn't administer on IIS with powershell (with appcmd as a backup). Weren't MS claiming that the IIS front end was going to be changed to run powershell scripts behind the scenes? When I was playing with Powershell configuring IIS last year I managed to automate everything I needed to, but then I was only making app pools, configuring worker processes, nothing particularly fancy....
Funny how the reasoned, sensible post in the middle has a name attached. Getting of sick of people using Anonymous posts as an excuse to behave like dicks.
amanfrommars!!! We've missed you!!!
Yeah, dial down the humour! A bit more sanctimonious moaning would go down much better!!
Get a fucking job!
Who would have thought! Making the haystack bigger doesn't help find needles.
Got as far as "Yawn, got bored" then lost interest in your comment....
Why is it asking for permission to access stuff it already has access to? Just to put people off?
But we can read his posting history and judge for ourselves. There's no reason for your comment to be AC unless you've got something to hide, like being a US based Google/Apple/FOSS apologist?
That's an argument for making your system NOT care if a human accidentally gets the case wrong. It's tricky enough to get computers to do what we want, why add extra difficulty by having "sessionAffinity" be a different thing to "SessionAffinity"? They both look like the session affinity to me.
It is. Treating "sessionAffinity" as being the same as "SessionAffinity" would've fixed that. You'd have to find another way of differentiating the two if they are actually different, but adding another word to indicate the difference would help. I quite like long variable names as long as each word contributes some meaning.
Remember back in the day when we used prefixes to indicate types of things? Can anyone remind me why that was such a bad idea?
Because some people like an IDE that corrects casing mistakes? Computers are tools for humans, not the other way around. Grow up.
Well i guess i must have one of them too.
Interesting, if true. Citation?
Don't worry, the IOT will mean your can opener needs patching too!
When I switch my phone off, I want it to turn off. Sounds like you want an alarm clock.
Windows phone + browser = best of both worlds!!!
Presumably with a corresponding boost in uploading your personal info to MS.
That is exactly what I believe!! Are you psychic?
That is why they were looking at advertising, yes. How much do you think Mozilla makes giving away it's browser?
An end user needs a single bundle. You don't buy a car, then go and get an engine, some suspension, some wheels, brakes, an exhaust etc.... End users want a working thing, they don't care that it's made of lots of sub-things.