My work Windows 7
Refuses to install IE 10, meh.
109 posts • joined 11 Mar 2011
Refuses to install IE 10, meh.
agree, but did you notice the Oracle VP plays lip service to Open Source in that article?
That in itself is news.
Trying to find planets in the goldilocks zone is not working out. Soo take an ice planet and push it in to the goldilocks zone. Bingo Earth 2
Eric Wolf has clearly never read Feersum Endjinn.
He's presuming the planets currently around TRAPPIST have been there for a very long time. I see no reason to discount the 7 planet sized alien space vehicles theory.
It started to put popups in my notification area slowed down browsing and tried to get me to buy pointless stuff from rusia.
it was called Kapersky something.
I uninstalled it.
clearly you dont write all new code. Apple used KDE code, Google used webkit.
a browser is a network stack, a renderer and chrome.
you can build as much or as little as you like.
a browser minus stupid features like pocket would take a couple of days to knock up.
start with firefox and then hit delete a lot.
come on reg, this is surely just that captcha popup that I have seen loads before.
Not even slightly "blocking".
only new if you never noticed mysql and its ndb backend. Facebook running on that I believe.
Forgiven. I just had a "ow fuck what did I post on Twitter" moment with Evernote too.
Everything Linux works on Arm. Its really no hassle to swap to arm linux for almost everything.
all Java, python, perl, ruby, C/C++ just needs recompiling usually.
The platform is definitely there. And tested and running for years thanks to Android and rpi and domestic routers and switches.
The platform is not x86 for most code the platform is linux.
I'm lost wtf is this about, stupid cartoon thing does not work in Opera mini, my reg reader of choice. Wasnt really worth the effort to swap to firefox.
Can you put a not news/skippable nonsense logo on these in the future?
I think google should respond to searches with a fallback ip address with each link. Then ddosing the dns would have less impact. add multiple day fallback caches and dns returns to normal.
Why did no one in the smart watch market think to put a watch battery* and a watch in their smart watches? Then the bloody thing would never be worse than your current watch, which all current smart watches are.
not rocket science.
Can I patent the idea of putting a watch in a watch?
* or solar cell, or kinetic charger, or spring, or any thing else that keeps the clock ticking.
however intel graphics drivers have never given me hassle. just built a laptop with skylake ubuntu 16.04, only intel graphics. No problems at all. caveat: I dont play games.
I think molly valley is already apt.
I have not upgraded the CPU on a motherboard on a desktop ever. I expect 2-4 years from a PC. by that time there are a whole host of reasons a new pc is sensible. i suspect arm desktops are not common is because 64bit arm is relatively new, 2gb is not enough ram for a modern desktop. If/when the server platform and the phone are 64bit ARM ,and virtualization works reliably, an arm desktop for development starts to make more sense.
That is such blatant racism.
IMHO what happened on the telly in a soap is not news.
So darling, would you like another pet poodle for Xmas.
No mum, I'd like another t-shirt.
NPM are highly ethical...
Rule #1 respect the rights of the many (large companies) over the few (individual os contributors).
Rule #2 be open (send email telling you to take a short walk) and clear (written by lawyers)
Rule #3 steal underpants
Rule #4 profit.
Spend a billion on arriving late, eyeing up someone else's billions, unrelated industry.
Seen that before.
Peak Apple indeed.
Or reporting of crime going up because victims feel safe/able to report it since they have it on video?
Police statistics are damn lies, I remember when the clean up rate in my area rather embarrassingly went from 90% to 102%.
Real crime rate is unknown. Only stats are crime as viewed by the police.
There is no reason "pods" can't be as large as planes. Or trains. Or chained together.
Proof, if anyone needed it, that it is impossible to make an icon look too garish or out of place on an iPhone.
What does Peak mean in that graph?
We have 300MB/s on offer in Barcelona Spain (buggers don't stop phoning to tell me about it).
I'll need to upgrade a few routers and wait for a whole new generation of Raspberry PIs before I bother to upgrade from my current 100MB/s; which is strangely not on that graph.
If its some kind of average its still a useless number. You want to know how fast, latency, how much it costs, and how reliable it is to determine "Best Internet".
One of the best things about IRC is you don't have to sign up at all.
Low barrier to entry.
That and the fact that creating bots is as easy as
echo hi > ~/irc/host/in
All this hype about slack is trying to cover up what OS devs have known for years.
Chat should be text.
Group video == boring meetings
Another OS licence specifically designed to let Oracle sell other peoples open source work.
How about this for an idea, every DNS entry has a whois email registered. Spam the email with security warnings if DNS registered https sites are found insecure.
Is this not correct? SSLv2 must be enabled or possible via a downgrade attack right?
BQ are famous for stock android with a pleasant lack of junk software. Ubuntu are famous for their occasional digressions, but in the big scheme of things put a lot less restrictions on the software you run than any other big software provider.
Seems apt-get works on touch if you want it to.
They've obviously never rebooted on that firmware or they would have noticed right? Best advice for failover testing I heard was from Amazon, three of everything in prod, pull the plug regularly, like daily, or for all new software drops. This way you have confidence your production env behaves like test. Never do graceful shutdown. Not even in test. It just masks what happens in a real failure scenario. Trouble with all that is what you can't test is how well it behaves when you spike the electricity. You just can't do that on a daily basis. Respect for rebuilding a redis cluster in two hours. And for having hardware available to do that on.
429,343 X 12 min is ten European standard wank-years
That OZ? we get 300mbs as standard domestic adsl in Barcelona
Nonsense. If you coil a kettle lead and boil the kettle it's a fire risk. An electric motor is just a copper coil passing electric current. All you need to add to a coil with passing current to get it to ignite is a bit of magnetic/ferrous metal that can't move so
it will heat up.
Friend of mine set his kitchen on fire plugging a kettle into a coiled up extension lead.
As someone still working on a 5 to 6 upgrade project that is now measured in man years, literally. This is great news.
Given that jboss no longer supports remote java calls across different versions of the server any talk of microservices should be taken with a pinch of salt. It's not really a microservice arch if you are obliged to upgrade all the parts all at the same point in time, it's just one big component based macroservice running in multiple vms.
No explosives, but as regular reg readers know really high mussle velocity is achieved with rail guns.
Balance the strength of the cord with the mussle velocity from the rail gun so it doesn't fire over 2.5m. Requires getting in close should be fun to watch. Perhaps a retractable javelin.
Not sure how happy the FAA will be to find out el reg is developing rail guns and space rocket tech at the same time.
Who where they advertising?
Java libs exists if you are willing to accept the overhead of a Virtual Machine.
You gotta check www.musl.com
Classic Web design.
<body background="images/bg_bluelines.jpg" leftmargin="15" topmargin="15" marginwidth="15" marginheight="15">
<table width="740" height="560" border="0" cellpadding="2"...
Loads pretty fast.
So does this mean that systems can be built where, instead of only moving data from on chip registers into the processor, data from anywhere within "a few kilometres" can be moved in to the processor at the same speed? I. E. No need for map reduce or sharding?
Windows™, because good managers know that the only cure for FUD is a bonefide certified support contract.
If a luxury goods market only works with huge cash spend by nation states policing the world. Let it die.
Protecting consumers from being ripped off with poor quality fakes is a more noble cause.
I don't think the help my poor Lamborghini's Street cred line is a vote winner.
How do you launder .3 billion you need more than just crypto tech skills. If it were really a lone Wolf he'd have a life's work trying to spend that amount.
Every time I hear that I presume state intervention. It makes it easier when the shit hits the fan to rustle up just one 'culprit'. Who exactly was it recommending we just pay up?
cache of a response with a set-cookie header seems likely
We know that you won't stop gchq from hacking the planet, but could you please stop doing it just to give government cronies a competitive advantage in business deals.
Not much features in it, but plenty problems. Spent all weekend recovering from 15.10. Four failed installs, xen borked, lxc borked, graphics driver problems in both laptops.
I usually click upgrade as soon as it's offered. With remarkably few issues in years. 15.10 is going to make me more cautious.
I think Canonical are guerrilla advertising snappy core.
Two billion reasons to think they might be here next year.
Word. If you can put that fat gpu to use compiling code.
gcc -j 2048...
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