I must have been asleep...
What happened to Windows 9?
2684 posts • joined 18 Sep 2009
What happened to Windows 9?
God! I've done that, and I'm a techie.
That's because the binary is named MSPAINT.EXE, so try looking under 'M'.
Oh, but it was.
setting up a RADIUS server isn't too time consuming or difficult, but for me, the time consuming/difficult part has been integration with LDAP..
You're lucky, I get it just by seeing religious stations' call letters scroll by when I'm changing channels.
What adverts? All I get is 30 seconds of the status indicator moving from 00:00 to 00:30, and then the porn starts.
Also, I typically watch (more or less) porn all day long on my tablet, because I can, although I do have to mute it when I get a phonecall.
I most certainly am.
Same here. When I install it, the first thing I do is clear the whitelist.
Or, "if you think you're going to lose money, you'd better sell now".
Only 18 million?
I appreciate understatement, but that takes the cake.
You missed the part about having to have active support.
Now we have LTE, not 4g. Can someone remind me, again, why its called LTE.
I think you'll find that when the number of installations where this is true crosses a threshold, they'll stop paying you for electricity.
Does Microsoft's scheduler still only trigger once per minute? This might have something to do with it.
I have a Nook HD, and l as a reader, my only complaint is its weight. I flashed it with Cyanogen, and am content.
Perhaps parents should teach their children to think. I know that mine tried.
Or decapitatated her boss with a spoon
Does this mean that GM charges 80% less for replacement batteries?
Sorry, I read that as 'passed a GCHQ equivalent'.
Oh God, no more Lynrd Skynrd? Or is that Lynrd Skinhead?
Let's see you squirm your way out of this one.
Don't think of it as health data, think of it as an indicator of excitement for your products.
Data centers (in my experience) don't allow customer supplied UPSes. If you want UPS power, it is available and it costs extra.
Unless your accounting group is using a similar service, they can simply not approve any payments on your corporate cards, and reject any reimbursements for payments made for these services on personal cards. If you do that, you'll never be more than 45 days into its existence when you find out about it.
Just remember that if you are governed by the PCI DSS (and probably HIPAA, SOX, etc.), you can't use production data for anything else, so no cloning your DB servers for use in staging, cert, dev, reporting, etc.
I agree, but only if there is a unescapable, untimately-terminal penalty for not forwarding the messages to the registered owner of the domain, and only if there is a similar penalty for the owner ignoring the messages.
On the other hand, if your domain is a .com, ...
Did you already install the 'important' update to your non-domain windows 7 machines so that they can start nagging you to upgrade to windows 8.1/windows 10?
And I don't trust my neighbors. Hell, I don' trust the people in this house (when it comes to technology.)
Is the iWatch more powerful than a 20-year old Mac?
Simple answers are usually wrong.
Is this part of their plan to protect passengers from drivers? As someone above wrote, this is an application that allows you to summon a driver, who will take you somewhere. I'm sure that Uber would really like to keep tabs on their customers' locations so they can know that they weren't killed on the way.
One thing that you hinted at, but did not come out and say is that the install, save, test, update, save test practice also works VERY WELL for current applications/OS updates as well.
When I update one-off servers, I do the same thing.
1) disable access
2) shut down
4) power on
8) enable access
If it fails, I can revert to the snapshot and try again. If it doesn't work a 2nd time, I can clone the snapshot somewhere isolated before reverting and reenabling access. I now have a copy that I can work on or even allow the vendor into (but this requires a little more work) to resolve the issue.
Normally I'd suggest that this is the wrong way to do it, but some service contracts are from 8am-8pm and maintenance windows are never before 10pm...
Is he dancing a jig because some university somewhere has come up with a really, really cheap way to extract metals from waste byproducts?
Is this where Mr. Adams got his idea?
Yes, but that would require actual knowledge.
I wondered what Sara Bee would say about this article...
 I guess I just have a masochistic streak in me.
I assumed that the clandestine acquisition of the key, from your memory via RF snooping, would allow attackers to decrypt the data that they already copied from your system.
That's the way it is in the U.S.
50% of the cost of using 184.108.40.206 with a fallback of 220.127.116.11
I think you mean 'time limited until the current time limit expires, at which point we extend it even more.'
"Even the idea that any decent sized firm has a plausible list of all the systems they rely upon was met with a mixture of laughter and scorn."
Bullshit. This just means that you aren't employing the right people, or if you are, they are overworked. Any network administrator worth their salt can tell you every device on the network, when they're used, where they connect, and what's running there. For example, if your developers start running production code in their lab, your network administrators should know about it, ...AND... have the power to get it relocated to a proper system and location.
How do you say Bell Labs in Finnish?
Don't tell them that, they ALREADY have your money.
What? Running around in circles playing with their balls?
"The FCC made the decision in a divided ruling with commissioner Ajit Pai filing an objection claiming the rulings are only being handed down retroactively and carriers could not take measures to avoid fines."
Wrong. The rules weren't there in the first place because Webster's Dictionary defines unlimited as:
adjective un·lim·it·ed \-ˈli-mə-təd\
: without any limits or restrictions
: not limited in number or amount
Full Definition of UNLIMITED
1: lacking any controls : unrestricted <unlimited access>
2: boundless, infinite <unlimited possibilities>
3: not bounded by exceptions : undefined <the unlimited and unconditional surrender of the enemy — Sir Winston Churchill>
— un·lim·it·ed·ly adverb
Examples of UNLIMITED
Membership gives you unlimited access to the facilities.
This ticket is good for unlimited travel on all trains.
This plan allows you to make an unlimited number of phone calls to anywhere in the U.S.
Her funds seem to be unlimited.
Why are Anonymous attacking only some of the farmers?