Firefox on Android 8 is ok here.
320 posts • joined 7 Oct 2014
Firefox on Android 8 is ok here.
Eventually fixed, two months later.
A month later and still waiting...
Namecheap customer service: "To our regret, we cannot provide an ETA."
This is still an issue 2 weeks later!
It's affecting domain registrations too. I've had a domain stuck in limbo since registering it in the first half of June. No word on when it will be sorted yet...
Not sure yet whether to blame Namecheap, Enom, or Nominet.
I'm still waiting for a 3-D printer to print me a stylus strong enough to let me chisel stone tablets like I used to. It's the original Word processing device.
I, however, am getting very annoyed with all this click bait and am about to open a can of woopbass.
I see where you're coming from, but that's what people thought about TalkTalk. And then a job lot of their personal data got shared with the world, cheaply.
I think what he meant to say was, "If Donald Trump was doing backflips he'd have an 81 per cent approval rating."
When I were a lad TalkTalk wouldn't speak to any hosting providers, for weeks on end, and their customer service wouldn't speak to me either. High speed fibre could only be found behind t'tractor when it span it's wheels running over soggy cow pats.
So run a secure backup. Duplicity works well.
It's understandable. I will never touch another product named ME after being burned by a certain Microsoft product released in the year 2000. Now that was a real y2k bug.
If Linus ever considers releasing a Linux ME version I, for one, would shoo^H^H^Hend him lots of emails asking him very politely (in Linus Standard Politeness mode) to reconsider.
But not from your snark.
I was about to click through to post some snark about how journalism doesn't "work", but I think you have it covered in that set of bullet points at the end there. No further questions, your honour.
If you're on a mission like Musk is then the empty vanity of modern media is inevitably frustrating. If you're just interested in what's new for some giggles then who cares whether it's right.
There's much more to this than the spectacular confrontation. "The meeja" have a case to answer, as well as Musk.
El Reg has been known to do some brilliant articles exploring the historical development of old technologies. How about doing something similar into graphs like the one at https://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/statistics.html?
For example it would be good to know why there is a drop off in uptake at the start of each year. How far back does the trend extend? Is it just budgets, or is it new year hangovers, or is it universities prepping kit for the next academic year, or what? You could offer some real insight and interest to your readers into a major process the industry is going through right now. Instead of throwing mud. Or maybe as well as throwing mud.
Incidentally, if you had published this article a month or two ago it would have seemed more accurate, but as it is now the IPv6 graph is ticking up again which undermines much of the speculation.
That's a really manure way to deal with things.
No, it was completely sterile.
The Trans-Atlantic Yatch Live Online Reports by Satelite, With Interaction From Trawlers (and other nearby ocean going vessels), or TAYLOR SWIFT, for short (ish).
Surely someone can do better than this?
Something something something I think that's quite atrocious.
I was basing my initial assessment on my frequent experience of dealing with boxes of 2,500 sheets of paper. The pile in his arms looks bigger than such a box but it should only be 2,232 sheets max.
However, on a second look this afternoon, I think I could be persuaded that the way the paper droops down at the front of the stack (paper in a box does not do that), and the way the perspective functions in the photo (he's holding it out in front of him while the camera is quite close by) make the stack look larger, while not actually massaging the number of pages in the stack.
Nice point about duplex. That might slow down the already slow printing process a bit more though.
Methinks there might be a few "This page intentionally left blank" insertions into that stack of paper held by the honourable politician. Perhaps he printed out onto rolled polystyrene?
It might not be de rigueur, but it is punny. BAE Systems (a successor to British Aerospace, aka BAe) has had its own association with Airbus. The reference in the headline implies that this software migration might be similarly messy.
He should be Arrested and sent for professional Development training.
That'll be an island with more population than any other island you've ever been to. "Tourist island" is not an accurate label.
If you publish your address like that you'll get a flood of emails.
If at first you don't succeed, dial, dial again?
Can they send their experts over? My Apache server logs are infested with geckos.
Funny how something so basic can save so much bacon. Sometimes the old hacks are the best hacks.
If he goes will he be cleared of all chargers?
Hey, don't shoot the messenger. I'm not saying I think that El Reg is small fry, just pointing out that WSJ wasn't above belittling it, which wasn't big of them.
Yes, but El Reg is only noted with faint praise. Did you see how WSJ only said that the news became widespread the day AFTER El Reg broke it? The point being that our beloved IT Red Top is small fry.
I hear they have a very effective panic button.
I'm board now.
Simon? Est ce c'est vous?
An encounter with a python, no matter how brief, or even in your briefs, is no choking matter.
Loved the detail about descaling products. Next time the kettle needs a clean I think I'll ask for some reptilian exfoliant. Think I'd have been scared out of my skin.
Datsun -> Nissan. Basically. Branding for different international markets makes the story a bit more complicated.
"contracts for organic undersea weaponisation"
I see what you did there. Needs a natty acronym though. What about Seagoing High Art and Research by Kids?
Just one DNS server IP address? Single point of failure.
And the instructions tell you to simply add 22.214.171.124 to the list of DNS servers already configured on your device, albeit as the first entry. This configuration offers no warning in the case that 126.96.36.199 has been blocked and malicious sites are now being accessed.
IPv6 is good to have, but again, only one, and sadly not as memorable. What about 2001:c001::a1d?
Shirley we should have had WPA3 released by now? WPA2 was signed off in 2004 back when the earth was young. Did we really learn nothing from the sorry saga of playing catch-up with SSL and TLS vulnerabilities?
Didn't he release that "Sorry" track already?
you shouldn't play with Playmobil.
Lego is the superior toy - the sharp edges on most blocks would cause far more trauma to a young child's lungs and require removal far more swiftly.
Won't someone think of the children?
Right, they're looking to noble that part of the market.
It's use of English is quite stilton.
The problem here is that after a while if you want a fully patched phone on most Android handsets you have to root the phone and install the latest version of LineageOS or equivalent.
But rooting your phone generally means that you can't use it for electronic payments because it's no longer considered trustworthy.
So you have a choice: use your credit card and, separately, an up-to-date software stack on your phone, or let an unpatched Android loose with your remaining credit balance.
Mines the one with the miniature EMP device in the pocket.
The fix, as described: a simple change to a list, could be delivered OTA, but for the undoubtedly stupefying amount of paperwork involved. Replacing the suspect components on the other hand... that's a hardware issue!
Happy to report my recent flight on board an SIA A350 went without observable hitch, let alone thermal runaway failure modes. I was keeping an eye on the carbon fibre reinforced wings - my kids were more impressed with the touchscreen media systems. Lovely plane.
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