15 posts • joined Friday 17th February 2012 12:10 GMT
Seriously?! It sounds like something you'd get with a My Little Pony or Care Bear not an "enterprise" level OS...
I see no ad's
Thanks to a Reg article many years ago singing the praises of Ad Block Pro.
Put mine into "dumb" mode
I just made my superhub less super by putting it into bridge mode with wireless off. All traffic goes through my RHEL server onto a LAN with a Cisco WAP attached. No download problems, no wireless drops, no problem.
I've always been impressed with the VM cable connection. Their customer service however......had an enjoyable hour trying to explain to their customer service people that "yes I do have cable installed" in our new house, standing next to the connection point with a VM cable modem connected and working, whereas they were adamant the house was not in a cable area...
"The Cloud" - where all your data is vapour...
Catch it if you can!
Re: Not hard to get around...
Cryptography Plausible Deniability (ripped from Wikipedia...)
"In cryptography, deniable encryption may be used to describe steganographic techniques, where the very existence of an encrypted file or message is deniable in the sense that an adversary cannot prove that an encrypted message exists. In this case the system is said to be Fully Undetectable, FUD.
Some systems take this further, such as MaruTukku, FreeOTFE and (to a much lesser extent) TrueCrypt which nest encrypted data. The owner of the encrypted data may reveal one or more keys to decrypt certain information from it, and then deny that more keys exist, a statement which cannot be disproven without knowledge of all encryption keys involved. The existence of "hidden" data within the overtly encrypted data is then deniable in the sense that it cannot be proven to exist."
Look into my Apple Logo, look into my Apple Logo, the Apple Logo, the Apple Logo, not around the Apple Logo, don't look around my Apple Logo, look into my Apple Logo...and you're under.
This is actually a fantastic laptop and is rated at 95%
Three, two, one... You're back in the room.
You mean just like Swift Key 3 does on Android already?
Reminds me of the Mongrels episode with Scott Mills:
sed 's/lauch/launch/' - first coffee not kicked in yet!
Read on the BBC that "Sean Parker's Airtime video chat service suffers glitchy launch" so thought I'd pop over here to get El Reg's hilarious take on the less than slick lauch and....nothing!
You lot got shares in this venture or did the BBC over egg the pudding?
Oh for the old days...
...where you could put a Floppy/CD/DVD into the drive and play the game.
No decrypting, no "internet connection required", no login details, no "server too busy" etc etc.
I appreciate some of the reasons for the changes: reduce piracy, stats gathering, trying to squeeze every last penny out of the gamer by offering in-game purchases etc but I really can't be arsed now with all the faff. It also feels like, for £50, you're renting the game for a period of time determined by the publisher (i.e. until such time they decide to turn off the servers). I still like playing the oldies occasionally but I doubt very much that I’d still be able to play Dungeon Keeper 2 had it required a “phone home” to Bullfrog to work…
Not to worry...
...the "NHS IT fiasco workers" from CSC can go and do another sterling job over at the MoD with the Service Personnel and Veterans Agency (SPVA). (http://www.channelregister.co.uk/2012/04/17/hp_loses_mod_payroll_and_pensions_deal_to_csc/)
Clearly past performance is no block to future work...have they been poaching Salespeople from HP (née EDS) as they were the past masters at that?
Re: Re: Re: RHEL6 & Oracle Products
Not forgetting that the oracle_validated package now has the Oracle UEK kernel branch as a prerequiste...which also has a habit of breaking Oracle's own software!
There are some good indy games on the Nintendo eShop
...for example "Go! Go! Kokopolo" & "Mighty Milky Way". It's just no one I know, who has a 3DS / DSi, downloads games for it. Nintendo need to get their finger out and make the eShop more accessible and they might find they have their new "mascot" right under their nose already hidden in the depths of the eShop waiting to be found.
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