731 posts • joined 17 Sep 2009
Yup, because it's impossible to get alpha, let alone beta or pre-release versions of Linux.
And editing the registry is hardly just clicking a download is it.
BTW how's that Mozilla phone going?
We all know what happens to these child stars....
...this year a nuclear reactor, next year a crystal meth lab.
Easy, just get all the security services to pool all their exit nodes data and work backwards to find out where they originated.
What, you don't think most exist nodes are operated by Government? Oh dear.
Re: Alternative solution -- Tax the porn and the publicity
Well trolled....have a badge of honour. Or are you seriously contemplating returning to BBS?
....ITV2 without the adverts.
What utter crap, dinosaurs are real, have you not heard of the RMT and TSSA unions?
Re: Pink Invisible Unicorn
I believe you and until the scientists can prove otherwise, it has the same level credibility as every other theory out there.
Re: Yahoo still going?
I do...and I know lots of people that use Flickr
Your own server, running something like Joomla or Wordpress perhaps?
Not ideal, but it's yours to control as you wish.
Got to love Putin.....
...Ban on gays, macho-posturing over territory, riding shirtless on a horse for a photo shoot, add that to his well below average height and boy do we have some issues that need airing. C'mon, Putin, sit down and let's have a chat....tell me about your mother.
I doubt it, for starters I don't think an ATM, running Windows Embedded (which is not end of support) would be connect to the internet and set to download automatic updates.
Still facts, who needs them.
Well, that screws...
...Google's Don't Be Evil. It's like a priest hiding the devil under the floorboards, he may no be doing any wrong, but he sure is helping satan out.
Yes, the slime bag IS that bad.
even to the normal corporate network should be allowed......
And pray tell, how do they then do stock control, price changes, sales figures etc etc etc....
Simple as that.
Re: Couple of questions
* If this video was not the cause of the ban then what really was ?
-On 17 September 2012, the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) ordered access to YouTube blocked, after the website did not remove the trailer of Sam Bacile's Innocence of Muslims, a film insulting Islam and eventually resulting in a ban due to YouTube's non compliance.
* Is YouPorn also banned, it's not really suitable for the children of <deity> ?
-Main article: Pornography in Pakistan
-Pornography is illegal. It is not easily accessible, and the Government has put a 100% ban on internet -website containing such material since November 2011. The list of banned pornographic websites is updated on an ongoing basis.
* What percentage of Pakistani's actually have web access ( over and above a 56k connection) ?
-10.0% of the population (2012)
-25 Nov 2013 - The average internet downloading speeds were 2.29 Mbps during this period while the uploads stood at just 1.01 Mbps
* According to the logic of these people, why would Pakistan even need the internet
-Well obviously they have less of a need than you, as you are too fucking stupid / bigoted to use it to expand your knowledge a little. Maybe a little less time cracking one off over YouPorn vids and little more time talking to the terrible brown people, or at least trying read and research a bit, may help, but I doubt it.
Re: Daily Mail headlines write themselves
Nope still not there,.
Not quite there yet "Bitcoin users are heavily armed East European drug-peddling Muslim pedophiles! using money from Bitcoin to fund terrorism and stop weekly bin collections!!!!!!
Re: The exception
Internships are easy to find....Oh you want one that PAYS?
Sorry thought you wanted to work long hours for free, in the desperate hope you may get a job at the end; which of course you won't as we have a whole heap of other desperate slaves, sorry interns, lined up behind you.
Basically, it pays to be smart and study at university......
.....and to qualify with the right degree, ideally one that helps a company / government MAKE money, rather than one that is seen as a cost.
Can you learn to use the reply button? I and now doubt many others, have no idea what thread you are referring to.
Doesn't suprise in the slightest....
...going by by my sisters experience of living there. If you're female & married, forget trying to get anything official done, that's the man's job, you have no rights without him signing the forms for you.
Complain to the landlord, it's often them that are the problem. As you don't own the building, then technically, BT (or anyone else for that matter) can't do any works into it.
Re: As much as I hate to say this....
"Except BTs network was originally provided by the tax payer."
You do realise that was 30 years ago? FFS how long do we have to keep banging that pathetic drum out? Stop giving Sky & Virgin ancient, lame excuses not to open up to competition.
Re: Completely missing the point
And this is why your much hated IT department insist on locking down said devices.
Not sure where you work...
...but we have 50 devs "making" our own stuff, sometime we take a vendors products, and customise the hell out of it, or we start from the ground up. Yes we still buy a lot of the off the shelf stuff, but why invent the wheel?
The other issue, is when it's custom made, if the guy that wrote it buggers off, and there is little or know documentation, it leaves a whole load of shit behind....just look at the banks for a classic example of this.
Thought that went the same way as RealPlayer.
And in other news...
"Within six months that PIP was rolled out in the north of England in April 2013, a backlog of 92,000 cases built up with private contractors Atos and Capita...."
Still so long as the pork barrel keeps paying...
Re: Ha Ha ha
"Who's going to trust them now?"
Those to young to remember this, too naive to think it won't happen to them and those desperate for any sort of work...someone like a graduate?
And so it comes crashing down.
"one angry commentard claimed he had $10,000 to plough into a manhunt for Karpeles."
See even the believers are now offering proper money instead of bitcoins for their hits.
Re: Suitably hardened OS?
"To be really effective, such mitigation tools need be in the hardware, operating transparently to the OS"
Secure boot was one such idea and look how that went down with the knee-jerkers.....
Windows XP home laptop (running an old version of Internet Explorer, and an expired security scanner software) was behind the problem.
Welcome to BYOD.
Re: Jockeying to be top Android phone vendor
Or maybe not....
nah it's fine...your typical family.
Charge them accommodation fee's that almost send them bankrupt, whilst sponging off their work to redecorate your own rooms; if they misbehave, simply erect a fence to stop people visiting them and them tell the outside would it's all their fault.
"TDM has largely gone now, and most voice telephony is carried as TCP/IP packets on VoIP (voice over internet protocol)....
<cough, splutter>....excuse me?
Where do we begin pointing out the errors in that comment?
Re: Anybody had the other situation?
R/W/D/M access within a folder isn't all that big a deal (although some don't allow delete), so no, you don't need admin access to do that.
To be fare the grammer and the mis use of capitals and not using them for names and stuff make the spellng seem, like a minor problem, dont it ????? !!!!!!!!
Re: Won't be long before Intel leans on Dell to drop it.
A/C (no doubt the same one that spreads other crap), there are NO ARM server OR desktop versions out there. Also RT is 32bit not 64. Before you say i's "just" recompiles, that's utter crap, you cannot take the "standard" programs and simply load them onto RT.
So apart from those 2 massive flaws, you're spot on.
Oh BTW, I'm primarily a Windows user.
(I still think this AD is Eadon)
Not really, price of Heroin tends to be on decline, year on year...
Re: <scratches head>
So I guess your not a first time user then?
I read it that it's true and that it does cause cancer and makes you gluten intolerant and fat in the Daily Lie, so I KNOW who I believe and it ain't no wacko scientists.
Last time I looked pretty much every other current OS gets patched on a regular basis as well. If you still can't grasp this concept go home and get a different career,
Some of us would like decent 2G coverage 1st....
I've had mine about the same time and it's getting worse. I din't get the crying baby, I just got to the sign up page with no option to login, when you try to login, it just sent you to a sign up page.
No doubt it going to be due to another round of "improvements"
"Perhaps Amazon's Killer Instinct could be set to to wreck this cosy relationship."
Yes because it's impossible to buy an Android tablet on Amazon that competes with it's own
Re: A dedicated keyboard for a single app?
Yes and these days they are computer controlled and many very rarely move, especially in "pop" music when they are all just shoved all the way up, the let the compression bring it back down.
You could try a few British locations
and many, many more.....
Common Sense in Italian Court Shocker
Bloody hell pigs do fly...Now if the Spanish could sort out their planning laws (and general housing policies), then I will start to believe the messiah is on his way.
Re: Security? How about letting US have a choice...
Yup had the same for a simple clock, but of course it also wanted to read SMS messages and call logs....Still must be ok as thousands of others said it was good.....
Errr how about trusting neither
Not really, $50 billion hasn't been ACTUALLY been spent on the Olympics, most of it's gone to Putin's crony's.
"What moron browses the internet while logged on as Admin?"
The same Morons that don't do monthly tyre, oil and water checks on their cars;
The same Morons that don't have an annual service on their boilers
The same Morons that don't carbon monoxide detectors near fossil fuel burning appliances.
The same Morons that don't check their smoke alarms once a month
The same Morons that cross near, but not on a pedestrian crossings
The same Morons that don't turn off devices at the mains (ask your local fire brigade about this one)
i.e. normal people, of course if you don't do any of those, ever, well done, but I could go on and sure I find something you SHOULD be doing, but don't.
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