Pi Mesae a would refer to the star itself so b is the first planet & c the second.
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You can still get charged for that:
Every person . . . who is drunk while in charge on any highway or other public place of any carriage, horse, cattle, or steam engine, or who is drunk
so you can lose your license when drunk whilst being taken home by your cow
Those who've spent any time over here in the UK know's what Bollocks means but most don't.
Hence why you have Wilma Flintstone say it in an episode & get away with it (Channel 4 broadcasted that episode specifically for that 1 line), or at the end of the film version of Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy you have one of the mice say "Oh bollocks!" - again got away with it as the American's involved didn't know ;-)
Not sure why the subheadline says from Network Rail when he's from Go Ahead Group - i.e. they who runs Thameslink Southern & Southeastern.
As someone quoted me on Twitter earlier this morning: "From one **show to another, Seems appropriate", more so when dealing with Crapita
I use alpine for most of my Docker containers due to it's small footprint - ~5MB for the base. Compare that to the basic Debian or Ubuntu images that ends up a big saving if all you want to run is some small app & none of the cruft.
I've not used Alpine on a standalone machine, but will be trying this one out, could be a good alternative for my cluster
I'm in the same boat, same watch but the Note 3 - heavily used and approaching 5 years old. I've not had a phone (smart or otherwise) that's lasted this long. Yes it get's slow at times where some apps are now bloated to what they were back then but it's still chugging along.
The watch isn't as reliable, it's the 2nd I've had, first one's power terminals corroded to nothing, the 2nd was £25 second hand.
At some point I'll have to bite the bullet & replace both but whilst the phone carries on running then unless something major happens I'm wondering how long this one's going to last
The equivalent BBC article said that it was a rare event.
London Fire Brigade: April 2016 - Feb 2017 had 9 callouts.
9! and that's just for London. They also stated that it's the same number as the previous two financial years combined.
Fire icon as this involves the fire brigade
Exactly, so unless you were trying to push to the central/public repo it shouldn't stop you at all.
All this did for me was just that - push it to the public repo. It wasn't until about 3am UK time (insomnia before any one asks) before I was able to do that.
I remember a story I was told years ago where, during the oil crisis in the 70s when there were regular power cuts.
Anyhow a certain UK news company who had protected stasis never lost power. Next door was the pub with an inconspicuous cable crossing the street.
Oddly that pub never went dark. ..
The ISP I use (A&A) actually have an EU sim - UK number but you can switch it from O2 network to an EU one but with the same UK number. Costs slightly increase for calls but it aparently works well.
The only reason I'm not using it is that I use data more than calls.
NAT? That's evil.
Try running certain voip products over it - yes skype works but it does so by detecting you're behind a NAT and creates a HTTP tunnel making the connection flaky (you're router will only hold the connection open for a while).
CNAT/CGNAT is even worse.
Setting up IPv6 is actually easy - took me a morning & it took that long as it was my first attempt at building an IPv6 firewall from scratch.
Most microcontroller's don't yet support IPv6 (I've yet to find one).
For example, the Arduino has several Ethernet shields available - all only IPv4. The problem here is that the stack is implemented in silicon so without building a new chip then it'll never support IPv6.
What I do here on my home network (fully IPv6 by the way) is to run NAT64 on my router. That then provides an IPv6 address to all IPv4 only machines (Arduino, rooted Freesat box etc). This only allows IPv6 to access the IPV4 but it's enough right now for my purposes.
As for IPv4->6, the only way I've got to get it to work is via a proxy - but none of my machines talk to the cloud directly so not yet an issue.
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