Is there a difference
They're run by 'pirates,' not legit business people,
170 posts • joined 4 Apr 2007
They're run by 'pirates,' not legit business people,
Guess it does not apply to the army of Indian call center people that represent them selves as MS tech and try to get you to open your machine to them. I get a call at lest once a week and have fun with them then revel I run Linux and no Windows key R does not work here LOL
MMMMMM... COWS (Coalition Of the Willingly Stupid) I like that. Thumbs up sir.
Al2O3 also known as sapphire is transparent aluminum
As having been proven by the US election
It is simple they were just applying the same rules to the American store people that they do for the Chinese works who make their bling. See consistent employee rules
"What you need is a touch sensitive OLED display bar that can change the labels to suit any language. And Bluetooth. Gotta have Bluetooth."
What not Internet iOT is a must
Text based interface is a text based interface. What exactly is unique there?????
And who did Cisco rip off. Maybe Zelda????
Everyone knows it is spelled Raygun
I'm low income where is my free phone????
I call BS
Is this not what Capitalism is all about? How can the government stop the goodness of the capital ethic???
Selling random numbers just $25 each
Oh and by the way here is a link to a Windows download
Just about anyone can get for a few hundred dollars voter lists from their county clerks. Including name, address, may be phone number, when they voted etc. All the candidates do. I doubt there is any more in the files they got.
The problem is potentially getting into and possibly changing vote totals especially from electronic voting machines.
How about a 60 Hz resonant circuit and just be a parasite off the electric grid.
Oh the Electric companies may not be amused :(
You do realize they don't shoot money into space they do spend it here. And each unit of money adds 7X it's value to the over all economy. Money is funny stuff it is not a conserved material.
You mean the cat is not an observer? The cat know if it is dead or alive. Your ignorance is not a factor
If malware is in a position to modify the boot stack you are already owned.
Evil doers check list
Secure boot on? Yes
send email pay us $500 or we kill your machine
Not paid mod boot stack
Bang you are dead
There are 10 types of people. Those the understand binary and those who don't
You mean like run execute permission in Linux???
It is like when Bell/ATT forced user to use only their phones on the tel network. That could only be stopped and was by the government.
Reverse WINE LOL
Move the launch to an area that has land under the end point. Launch from Colorado and land in Nebraska
Ok probably not politically feasible
Clone the phone test 10 passwords on a clone then do it again on another clone until you get the password. If the government can't do that what are we paying them for.
Bunch of idiots
Users can't do it only the admin ie root can. The power of root is total. If a user has root power he should know better.
It shows up in the system in the file system like all other things in your computer. To Unix all things are files and have a presence in the file system.
Have to be able to write to the EFI variables to add a OS or for updates to grub. The problem is that the EFI BIOS has no recovery and stupidity of using the rm -r / as root. Any that do deserve to brick their machine.
Farewell Citrix sure to go as Nokia went before
Has AMD ever been in the black?? Have we not seen the same store year after year for 20-30 years?? Yet AMD seem to manage to still be in business and still innovates. .
Just turn off secure boot it it just security theatre. If a bad actor can access your boot stack you are totally owned any way. Secure boot only protects the boot stack it will not prevent you from becoming owned. EFI works fine without secure boot.
Title says it all
The Linux version still works ok, But you do have to install some 32 bit libraries since Skype is still 32 bit only. And they have not released a new version for a long time. Thank goodness
Freezing temperatures for foreseeable future.
Title says it
>Sorry, I thought this story was about corporations not paying tax. I didn't realise that they were actually stealing money from governments.
Isn't that against the law in most places?
Not if you are rich. THe rich do not have to follow the laws of mere mortals
That if you want to do serious math you use a GPU
And that's how big brother was born. The sheepel don't care
Where is the source code they must provide to be in compliance with the license. I want to fork it :)
Just what is needed in a Software company president who know nothing about software.
Lawyers simply don't know there limitations. Just look at congress
And spewing gig tones of carbon into the atmosphere has absolutely no effect?? LOL what idiots.
Think of all the jobs there would be converting to a more rational energy source. Oh wait the multi billionaire ruling oil producing class does not want that it might cut into their greed. They are dinosaurs since the can't or won't change.
You truly believe that an update would respect your policy settings LOL. I have this neat bridge for sale, you interested??
That title is silly AMD has been turning large sales into large loses for years.
So exactly how does one attain a Bitcoin exchange license????
Being charged with not having one indicates that they must exist. If they exist there must be a method to obtain them.
Or are prosecutors playing fast and lose again???
1)Only takes one connected person to stumble over it then it is emailed to all other connected shisters
2) automated systems scan all web for key words bingo found set auto trade into gear set off frenzy.
Hmmm maybe if the Bob or Fred knew how to read the man pages the problem would be solved. Also online help is sooooo much better for any Linux distro. So if you need help ask. Someone knowledgeable will help. Or look it up yourself the any question has been asked and answered on the Internet
That's why you should always have a separate home partition. BTW for uninitiated all personal stuff is always in home.
Personally I keep two root partition one for current OS and one for next. I install the new OS into the next one and test. Once I am happy that all works great on my hardware I switch the home partition to be mounted on the new OS and the old partition becomes the one waiting for next.
Two advantages a new clean install cleans out all the old crud that accumulates like programs installed but never used again. I don't have old system config files from 6 versions back laying around giving the new binaries fits. Second I can be sure all works before committing to the new version and can drop back if need be.
It generally takes less then an hour to remember and install my main programs. Forget some it takes a couple of minuets to install once noticed.
Much better then trying to muck around with potential bad configs and other things from old system. And it only costs 30 or so gig for the second partition. (note I still use ext4 not convinced about BTRFS yet)
It is the convention to signal before changing lanes. Or maybe the cars can't see or interpret signals.
"There's a story that the employee union fought against earlier attempts to implement security measures..."
Republican right wing propaganda
Seems to me the heart rate is more interesting at times of exercise say jogging then when sitting still.
Hmmm seems to me that such natural events would drive the evolution that seems to be of interest.
Yo cant evolve without some breakage. Which means some are not going to make it.
systemd-free Devuan Linux hits version 1.0.0
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