Re: Tor browser.
TOR is just a TCP VPN, of course the same IP discovery via side channel methods apply, even to the greater degree.
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kind of. It doesn't have systemd at the very least. Other than that there were better, lighter and thinner notebooks from Sony.
- "Apple has been shipping Powerbooks/MacBook[Pro]s for nearly two decades that have been thinner than any competing laptop, thinner for the first decade that was"
- "You know nothing, Jon Snow"
if the package is a constant source of CVEs, the problem should be fixed on distro level, like this one for example
"Resolution: Gentoo has discontinued support for Xpdf. We recommend that users unmerge Xpdf"
Multiple batteries are supported and most probably "charge BAT1 before BAT2" logic is implemented outside of OS, i.e. in firmware. Just boot a LiveCD image of any Linux distro you like from a USB thumbdrive and check what works and what doesn't.
BTW, guys, you didn't do a followup to this article:
This had been covered on wikipedia: "Noko claimed that the money was a gift after she and Baker became lovers. Baker replied, "I've a scar that only a woman who had a thing with me would know. It's there and she doesn't know it's there". Noko pled not guilty, but was convicted of fraud and in October 2010 was sentenced to three years of "correctional supervision," a type of community service. Baker responded to the sentence as "a travesty"."
Compare this: Cream - Sunshine of Your Love - Live Early Prototype - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elmtuLnmthQ
Cream - Sunshine of your love - Royal Albert Hall 2005 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyftaay-pFA
Looks like the Cream played it twice faster back in the days...
nationalist? Meh... Dangerous? Neither. ATM at least. But may become deadly dangerous soon enough, as they are scared shitless by NATO buildup and anti-ballistic missile deployments. Most probably they'll increase thermonuke warhead numbers to tens of thousands including medium range varieties specifically for Poland and other "friendly" neighbours.
"and threw away segments because of the performance issues"
This implementation is based on the segmentation feature of the CPU and has a very small performance impact, however applications will be limited to a 1.5 GB address space instead of the normal 3 GB.
When I run Xorg with VESA driver and Xorg with intel driver on the same PC, they use different display DPI settings (and therefore different default font sizes). So I had to edit xorg.conf and set screen size manually. Maybe it's possible to do the same in Microsoft Windows, if you don't like how Microsoft figures out display scaling on 13" 1080p screen...
http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20170704-the-day-a-mysterious-cyber-attack-crippled-ukraine -- please note the "government mandated software" phrase there. This "government mandated software" is MEDoc. So the title of this theregister article should be read as "Ukraine authorities raid government mandated s/w maker in NotPetya investigation".
Tax office in the Ukraine stopped accepting "paper" tax declarations around 2012 and only takes them in digital format with crypto signature. The law was instated by them, but software was none of their concern, so several underqualified companies appeared on the scene with their proprietary paid accounting/tax "suites" or subscriptions. There are some s/w with limited functionality which are free, but they are closed source too. No opensource tax software exist in the Ukraine that's able to send tax declarations in the format as required by law, and this is a root of the problem.
Tax office does have a web site, but they don't accept tax declarations via web. You have to install closed source s/w to be able to send your tax declaration. And each time you need to do it (every year or every quarter-year), you must update your tax s/w first because some forms have been changed or whatever.
Basically proprietary s/w with mandatory quarterly update cycles was forced onto users by the Ukrainian govt, and the govt found nothing better than to lay blame on proprietary s/w devs when shit hit the fan.
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