Wasn´t he the guy who lied to the congress? About some surveilance program?
286 posts • joined 27 Jan 2010
Wasn´t he the guy who lied to the congress? About some surveilance program?
> I think XP was considered a very stable version of Windows - when compared to 95/98/ME.
...and running workloads it was (more or less) designed for. Any software running reasonably good on AMD64 W7 most probably does not work well with i386 WXP.
Yes, thought so Sun has a larger machine, And I completely agree with the scalability issues. This was (one of) the point(s) I was trying to make with the 17 node HANA clusters AWS now offers. Judging by the downvotes this did not go down well with the general audience :)
I know for sure IBM can do 32TB in a single system, Sun/Oracle goes at least to 24, HPE - ah, Itanium. Ok, thats sad. But if you really need more than 20T ram you could do better than with one or two dozen nodes. Beancounters might disagree, though as you´re here anyway, so your time is free, right?
A Blackberry can never be mistaken for an iToy: Way too many buttons :)
If you can´t convice them - confuse them!
Had the same issue here (gaming, hers and my mother, the three die hards I can not migrate) and it might be related to the silverlight update from december.
Disable automatic updates and stop the wuaserv service (the one running under svchost control and staying up at an entire core), then rescan for updates manually. Should show up with three to four important patches, ~300Mb.
Afterwards reboot and reenable automatic updates.
Now you need open source code to run Windows.
Actually quite funny...
Tremendously sorry. Your country, your government, your vote. The majority of those who bothered to actually vote wanted to leave - well, that is democracy for you.
Now cut up the bitching and whining about how bloody expensive and difficult this all is going to be. Schould have moaned before the vote.
I´m so sick of it, Brexit here, brexit there, prancing round like a fat lady. Whatever will be the result will be the result, now get bloody lost (or rich oder poor or whatever, just get over it.).
Is that Imperial Star Destroyer?
Or Interdiction Strike Deployment?
Which is essentially the same thing which happened to (not only) bavarian boars since chernobyl. Since they prefer eat mushroom (which are more contaminated than other plants) the boars became inedible, were hunted less and are now more numerous than before 1986. Unfortunately, they don´t glow in the dark and are therefore still difficult to hunt, causing a lot of damage to the countryside.
 which is taken over by radioactive wolves - who still are regular size. It is a disappointment all around.
Str_y_ker? With a "y" Since when are the Army fucking Hipsters? Pardon me, Hypsters, obviously...
> You can always *try* to pry that tape from my cold, dead fingers.
and even then someone will be able to restore. Tapes cost next to nothing, can sit in a vault for years, will be filled at impressive rates (as long as they can stream) and can stand a lot of physical damage.
No one buys disks to store them cold and offline, no matter how much they beat that VTL drum.
I see this coming to a farmhouse in Kentucky.
certain high capacity batches from another, well known vendor have been observed to fail within days. End of last year, right here in Germany.
8 hours to invoke goodwin´s law? Pretty quick for a thread about working from home...
It is not terrorism if the good guys do it. Ask your local CIA for details...
Uh... why not?
patch and boot the secondary, patch and boot the primary. Extra points if you are nice enough to disable the vscsi and vfcs of the corresponding vios first (rmdev -pl $adaptername). Ethernet fails over automatically, though you could add extra grace there as well.
Hardly a big deal. And in order to run into iv91339s bug, you´d have to have a failing lpm in first place.
If I remember correctly, Buenos Aires was the first city the bugs took out. At least in the movie...
Finally a device running Android with which I can reply to an email in utter comfort and precision - without even having to look at the keyboard due to tactile feedback of proper keys -, at the same time allowing me to use the very same device to split a users skull for commenting "Blackberry? Didn´t know they still exist!", without interrupting my typing.
The Q10 just isn´t up to this due to its plastic case.
I would be pretty disappointed if "our" services would not do the same. Given how the US siphoned off the German (not only) rocket engineers after WW2, this is hardly a new idea.
Actually, I´d recommend not to remember this.
As I read the article, having the Thunderbolt device connected at boot time suffices to enable DMA access, to boot from it does not seem neccessary. I wonder whether delaying startup continuation (and therefore, memory overwrite) by using a EFI password would actually worsen the situation.
But from the article or its links a really can not tell.
based on Electron
open source framework
using HTML and JS
Developed by GitHub
...and that is just the first three lines. Wow!
ironically, the Swordfish would be able to carry around a SLAM-ER, which is the air launched version of said, just abolished, Harpoon...
Can we have the Missle controleable by a tablet? So the rear gunner might make uso of it? How hard can it be? (and what could *possibly* go wrong?)
> Vote thumbs down if you have a pony tail!
Well, it is not a "tail" as such. And I also have long hair...
This is not a "find a linux box, press enter and access everything" kind of exploit.
Said root shell is the emergency shell launched after 93 failed attempts to decrypt the filesystems and continue booting.
It requires a linux system with encrypted boot filesystems you have terminal (not ssh) access to after a forced reboot of said system (powerfail, usually).
As we specifically talk about systems which will never restart on their own due to the password neccessary finding one of your systems crashed for whatever reasons now requires extra-extra caution as you may well find a keylogger or trojan present.
quick fix: adding panic=5 to your grub config.
good fix: as per CVE-2016-4484 (effectively stop offering the rescue shell and enter a boot loop).
At least, with most of these boxes you can license as many (or little) cores as you need. Doesn´t make each one cheaper, but you do not have to pay for twelve when all you want is five...
Apart from the statement printer nothing is a "proper" word used. And these are dying out as well (usually more quiet, though).
> Do I win?
Like the pilots say: Any landing you walk away from was a good one. Bonus if you can re-use the aircraft afterwards...
> No it will not. You will need a BIG blowtorch to free it from the melted tarmac after that.
> While the Harrier and the Yak-38 could land nearly anywhere, that is no longer the case
> for the F35 because of its exhaust temperature. If it is landing on tarmac it will melt it, if it
> is landing on grass it is pretty much guaranteed to be set on fire.
This "aircraft" is getting better and better. Wasn´t the engine an extra-cost option anyway? My truck idea gets more attractive by the second...
> I doubt there will be any such animal. RAF Sealand no longer has a runway, and is used to repair avionics
> that have been removed from aircraft.
In theory the F35B, as a stovl, wound not really need a runway - some straight bit of road should do the trick.
> Any aircraft shipped there will arrive by truck.
Ah, excellent idea: sell HMS Sitting Duck and HMS White Elephant to india and use a RO-RO freigther laden with trucks laden with F35 as a replacement.
...given this, one might save even more money and use the F35A instead :)
Signal would be much more cool if it would not require Google play (or its push services). Though I completely understand rolling out your own push infrastructure is no small feat. I´d gladly pay for it, though.
blunder my ass.
Europe might be a shadow of what they aspire to be be, but as long as corps do not get extrateritoriality they would do fine not to step onto the toes of people who could put a tank on their lawn. Literally.
Would be an interesting lesson. The product actually was pretty good. Pretty pretty good.
Got myself a Q10 this summer (when they were on sale for 99EUR) and it feels like bringing a combat shotgun to a pillowfight. This QNX thing just works, and the touch is more precise than on the company issued 5S. The built-in android emulation eats battery, though, I rarely get three days out of a charge.
THey mean like starting and stuff?
> What happened to the first three?
essentially correct (for displacement hulls).
(Warning, may contain traces of sarcasm)
"Microsoft even went as far as to open source PowerShell last week, [...]"
aaaaand already broken. See? SEE!!1!one! This is the scourge of open source...
Not only Samsung, all of them - including Goo^H^H^HAlphabet.
Your tone is inadequate. RIM did an excellent job here and deserves better than a sarcastic remark.
Yeah, nice, little Operating system you have there. Would be a shame if anything happened to it...
[...]Windows will release a single Monthly Rollup that addresses both security issues and reliability issues in a single update,[...]
iow: the next GWX will get us all.
only what you see, pal...
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