Re: 160 GB is probably more than enough for 99% of people
I don't see them gettig it down that far any time soon...
688 posts • joined 25 Sep 2011
I don't see them gettig it down that far any time soon...
To the mouse that managed to get his sperm into orbit in the first place.
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But not SMB over the internet shirley?
"Alight" to get off.
But imagine if the crims hoping to receive funds from the NHS, got instead one of their "impossible to remove" infections instead?
I'm not saying I'm proud of the idea, in fact I felt a little ashamed once I'd stopped chuckling.
With packet retries graph.
would somebody on a dip be attached to a drone?
"Isolate him. Belittle him. Make the Americans feel stupid for electing him, since he is persona non grata now in Europe. I don't give a sh*t about trade deals if it means licking Trump in the process."
I think that says more about you, than it does about Trump.
Do diplomacy and adult politics stuff, this is not school.
If he doesn't come he won't hear our views or see any protests (for or against). The main stream media will have a field day running endless stories with zero factual content except "the line" pushed by Soros and crony corporations.
A million plus people can congratulate themselves on being part of "the great sulk" when all we did was turn our back on a democratically elected leader.
RC Linux bloat does not one’s ire provoke, says sometimes arsey Linux bloke.
This van is an automatic!
Millennials fear more than zombies*, flat batteries.
*If you were attacked by zombies you could live stream it, think how neat that last selfie would be, could go viral before you do.
"we're hoping to see a data liberalisation aspect"
One slurp to rule them all.
Of course they will be staying, they are probably the easiest route into business data for the agencies as no other software needs to be installed.
Think how long something like this would have taken just a few years back ;-)
Could that not be RAIN?
When registering for anything I try to use a specific alias like firstname.lastname@example.org so that the next IT guy does not have to use my name for anything, just inherits the alias. Not sure how that works with Gmail but it's good (IMHO) to disconnect administrative contacts from any single named employee, including myself.
I might go bad one day, rooarr.
Is the telegraph pole a recognised unit for use on here, is it's use restricted to rockets?
There seems to some abiguitry in dimensions, so they seem a fine candidate for inclusion.
"How big are telegraph poles ?
No hard and fast answer. But 30ft (9m) would be a good average pole.
They are classed for width as (L) Light, (M) Medium, (H) Heavy or the less commonly used Stout."
"Why do they always appoint CXOs with learning difficulties?"
Equal opportunities is not just for the low paid, obviously.
Staff member just hit problems and his was DNS related, (specifically MS server DNS) nslookup for the domain he was after timed out. Linux DNS seemed OK.
Could be that had some bad DNS out there and it takes a while to recover.
I can't say for sure either DNS is correct but the MS servers to me seem slower to drop bad data.
Probably the elites have some scam to have a bank "hacked", all our money goes missing but luckily they had moved their cash just before and coincidentally had some nice campaign donations just after.
Oh and I can see the BBC headlines now "Bank X failure believed to be Russian hackers"
can we please go to war now?
F* me that was close
Swarms of drones everywhere, no planes able to land, much blood letting.
In the UK the drone should never be more than 500m away and always in visual sight of the operator, not to mention being more than 150m from built up areas, 50m from building and people etc. Obviously once they go outside the rules and guidance, don't read the operators manual, make any risk assessments, nor allow the GPS to capture enough satellites for a good fix then the area to cover does indeed grow, but who would do that?
The "Phantom of the operator"?
I've wanted "Classes" of mains powered devices for ages.
1. Never to be on when the owner is away
2. Can be on for a selected period once the owner has left the building (E.G. oven that will work for half hour while you "pop out" but turns itself off after that)
3. timed use only - Irons, hair straigteners, vacuum cleaners.
4. can be on all the time but reports status in house monitor.
5. Dumb devices.
Insurance would then say they won't pay out on a house fire because you had too many Class 5 where Class 2/1 were required for cover.
I wonder if the reason he doesn't open source it is because he has invested many hours learning to write software and some of his code is quite useful (used) in the paying jobs?
I rarely see people who criticise software writers writing their own better software, could that be because "talk is easy" but writing software is time consuming and might impact their other income stream or life in general?
I've used Simon's software and beta tested some SDR (with many other people) the experience was good and if I assisted in any way with bugs and feature requests that's fine by me, it didn't interfere with my paying job and even if time-limited more people benefit from the software than pay out in their own effort.
If you don't feel his software has any value to you that's fine but it sounds petulant and somewhat naive to expect someone to devote so much of their life to providing you with free stuff because you have taken a city & guilds test.
Shouldn't try to contact me anyway.
No shit sherlock, too late.
A decent sized neodynium magnet shaken behind a partition was all it took for the screen display to wobble disturbingly, when you were requested to check out the screen it would be stable, but again as soon as your back was turned (hand in pocket) it would start again.
Growing up is not something to be proud of.
The radios are generally fully working without HRD, all HRD does is allow you to control the radio from a computer.
The only thing you lose by HRD not working is being able to control the radio from the computer with that specific software.
The radio still works and there are other ways of controlling from a PC but for "preppers" the simplest most reliable, supply friendly way to use is it is without a PC (I'd have thought).
Because then we would have fed the troll?
Listen guys it's great you are working with us to give, back, side, and front doors to all systems but what good is that if no one is installing the stuff?
Release another version for Linux as soon as you can eh, we might be missing some traffic.
"Anyone know where I can buy some second hand Buk missiles to knock these things out of the sky ?"
Not sure you need to go that far
Imagine a scenario where emails were uncovered and what was found was honest dealings, hard work, fair play, good intention and a mixed diet.
The issue was not the hack, the issue was the content.
There must be a few, their database refers to them*, a sort of parallel universe that is more fixed than our own, BT refer to those realities in all negotiations.
*There must be be more than one as no two parts of BT can agree the physical state of anything.
Exactly - If the MS update (rein)forces v6 as the priority protocol and deprecates v4 do you not see how that could be a problem where v6 is not supported or served?
That's what I obviously failed to get across, not having a v6 route or address may stop the thing working if that is what it expects to use. If I leave the default configuration on 7 or later I will often see delays as it tries to get/use v6 addresses for resources before falling back to v4.
I just disable v6 until there is a pressing reason to do otherwise, when I cannot disable v6 it better be fully supported on the route.
Work college needed to sort a service upgrade/move issue and just could not get past the first "Home or Business prompt" for hours.
Still think it is IPv6 related, but we are not meant to question that, it's the modern way don't you know, old school "leave my f'ing LAN addresses alone" attitude is so last decade!
OK reading the comment above I could be wrong but won't retract this as I hate those "deleted by author gaps"
Is the only BBC output I listen to now due to the constant drip feed of
"no proof but we think it was Russia",blah blah "the CIA are pointing to Russia after the American Election".
"The CIA have given no proof but surely it must be Russia or we would not mention Russia so often in news reports!"
I have shouted for the first time at the radio "OH Fuck off!"
Prove it or get on with life.
By default Win 8 and 10 give priority to IPv6, BT/PlusNet do not officially support v6 for all customers so this may relate to local ISP connection support for v6 and 6 tunnel weighting.
It doesn't mention if the problem is the same with IPv6 disabled or the geographical distribution of the issue.
I assume with BT's ongoing adoption of v6 users in the city may fare differently to those in the sticks.
The BT routers may pass the v6 packets without any firewalling or filtering, those with routers who "do a bit more" with the traffic or stop LAN devices getting addreses from the ISP don't see the issue (?). If it was a v4 issue it should not be affected while behind v4 NAT.
Typed from a Win8 box via one of the affected ISP's but third party router and DHCP setup.
Is to have the average user asking for web filtering.
Call it secure, get it out there, worry about holes later.
(Hope the band keeps playing as the whole thing sinks).
to say anything vaguely positive about the banksters, Barclays do seem to innovate more than some.
Obviously we all know this will be attacked sooner or later but sticking a card in the wall and entering a code was invented in the mid sixties, Beatles playing in the background and miniskirts the fore, it's about time something was done.
"Aha , now I see how you get a gold vulture badge."
That's actually a bronze, and I sort of miss mine and they stand out more.
And before you all jump on the down vote to help get mine back I think it only makes it worse, just ignore me.
Some of the early stragglers developed long distance travel patterns by attaching to diesel electric trains and then finding spots to perch on overhead high voltage cables to recharge at night.
We should have worked out the significance of car HT coils failing to be delivered and their reverse use, but this was in the days before a true grasp of iVolution.
"The Court will be aware that the conditions under which we are housed and the constant surveillance to which we are subjected night and day are somewhat distressing."
Today's prisoners are subject to less pervasive surveillance, than a free person with a smart phone.
That is for one eye.
“Toilet paper with all the absorbent qualities of an armoured car…”
— Ben Elton, ca. 1990 (IIRC)
Anyone else wonder if there is a standard armoured car somewhere for calibration purposes?
"Even now in the future with G.fast, BT invests less in its copper network £300m per year than in the depreciation."
That is in the expectation of a continued monopoly, customers will see copper increasingly failing and be offered a replacement optical service at an obvious premium.
Mine's the one with "Oxidisation for profit" in the pocket.
As it discovers Artificial Insemination (the other AI) and tries to identify the use of very long plastic gloves in conjunction with cows.
"Google owns it."
I didn't know that, my spider senses told me there is value in the content of the uploaded "clean" submissions so the service probably pays for itself.
I'm sure google would not be mining the data from non virus submissions any more than they would be mapping WiFi data with streetview!
does anyone else have trouble reading between the acronyms and management speak to extract usable knowledge from these sort of deals?
(Fortuitous Financial Steerage, the exclamation is to display "being excited, going forward")
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