* Posts by rtfazeberdee

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The D in SystemD stands for Danger, Will Robinson! Defanged exploit code for security holes now out in the wild

rtfazeberdee

Re: The upside of open source

is that you can put your money where your mouth is and write your own drop in replacement.

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Re: Again

Bollox. Its software. ALL software has bugs. get over it.

Post-Brexit plan for .EU tweaked: No dot-EU web domains for Europeans in UK, no appeals, etc

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Re: STUPID STUPID STUPID

"The EU, on the other hand, makes up new rules nobody knew of beforehand." bollox, all rules have to be vetted. Personal ignorance of a rule is just that, your problem.

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Re: Didn't the UK create these rules?

"unelected civil servants" - why do people always prefix "civil servants" with unelected to sound clever? All civil servants in all countries are unelected.

The Great British Curry: Put down the takeaway, you're cooking tonight

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Why make it so difficult to do a curry

I found Misterpaste.co.uk a while back, makes curries very easy, they've done all the messy and fiddly bits

Facebook spooked after MPs seize documents for privacy breach probe

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Its about time

the government got proactive on this front instead of making polite requests that Zuckerberg attend and answer questions and him refuse as the UK is not worth bothering about compared to the EU as a whole

European Commission: We've called off the lawyers over Ireland's late collection of Apple back taxes

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Re: Helping out a mate?

"How anyone can believe an organisation willing to threaten to turn us into a third-world nation " - get real. thats a UK self-imposed shot in both feet. change your reading matter, Daily Mail/Express don't deal in facts.

Shortages, price rises, recession: Tech industry preps for hard Brexit

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ROFLMAO ... <sarcasm>yeah right.. we really did badly from that </sarcasm>... stop reading the daily fail/express, you don't get facts from them

Euro bureaucrats tie up .eu in red tape to stop Brexit Brits snatching back their web domains

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What a load of cr*p, thats just you and others jumping up and down and whining like a spoilt brat. Why do you want something that you want to be out of? If we are not in the EU then no-one in the UK is entitled to have .EU - end of story.

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Re: Eh?

Please stop posting as its showing your lack of ability to comprehend.

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Re: Couldn't have said it better myself

That says more about your ignorance of the EU than anything else.

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Re: Thank you, Boris …

Yep, you can tell he's an ignorant f**wit about how the EU works when he posts "Exit sparks worst tendencies in anonymous rule-makers" as a tag line. I guess he's just appealing to the other ones in the comments who also do not understand how the EU works.

Trump shouldn't criticise the news media, says Amazon's Jeff Bezos

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Thats doesn't change that Trump is still all those things just because a load of idiots voted for him (he still lost the vote of the people by 3 million, it was the out of date electoral college that got him in)

BlackBerry KEY2: Remember buttons? Boy, does this phone sure have them

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EU braking google monopoly

I hope that the EU break google's hold on enforcing their apps onto the phone, i;d rather have blackberrys eco-system on android without any of googles nonsense

Nadella tells worried GitHub devs: Judge us by our actions

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Open source skype

if you are struggling with it. let other apps connect and use the skype protocols . That would show good intentions

Your F-35s need spare bits? Computer says we'll have you sorted in... a couple of years

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Bollox, socialism is not your problem - Nationalism is the problem because they hate everyone else who is not like them

Chief EU negotiator tells UK to let souped-up data adequacy dream die

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Re: Well, duh

No, we are currently in, if things go badly then we are out due to small minded xenophobia and not listening/understanding the facts

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Re: The more I listen to the EU...

Now there's an admission of not knowing the facts

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Re: The more I listen to the EU...

"For the record, I was a remain voter until I heard Junker start talking " - i have yet to believe this statement

Brexit has shafted the UK's space sector, lord warns science minister

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Re: @Rob. D.Whats the issue?

@fruitoftheloon

ROFLMAO... brexiter cluelessness to the core

Brit MPs chide UK.gov: You're acting like EU data adequacy prep is easy

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Correct. Brexit MPs are saying 2 years because they are unrealistic and stupid. Remember the "cake and eat it" and a trade deal with the EU will be the easiest claims... they live on an island with unicorns and magic money trees

Full shift to electric vans would melt Royal Mail's London hub, MPs told

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Re: Hmmm

give it time, electricity will be taxed as petrol revenues go down, they will need to make up the shortfall somehow.

As solar appears on more and more roofs with their own battery storage there will be less and less call on the major grid power generators (and also more turbines). the problem with nuclear is the time it takes to safely build one and the time and horrendous cost to decommission it at end of its life (and would you live on the land of a decommissioned nuclear power station?)

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Re: Hmmm

Musk has only just started selling the tiles and you might need to do some more research on their "capability". You charge at night when its cheap and low demand, you don't need a supercharger at home except in very rare circumstances. All chargers can be inter-connected via microgrids and managed by software so the power is given out evenly and/or stopped if necessary. And those EV batteries can also be part of the grid supplying power back to it in emergencies. Powerwalls etc are a one off cost which will pay for itself whereas buying and burning coal, diesel, petrol is a continual cost. Plus its still early days in the move the renewables so any challenges will be mitigated.

UK PC prices have risen 30% in a year since the EU referendum

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Re: Hmmm

yes, the companies like Apple can price their goods as they like because of the vanity of the buyer and they will milk every opportunity to do so. The UK buying public is so gullible

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"I said that the weak pound was more due to low interest rates than brexit and only the other day the pound gained back some lost ground when the bank of England talked of interest rates being raised." considering the rates have not gone up in 10 years, why did it take so long to devalue? No, its was the brexit vote that crashed it. And yes, interest rates going up will raise the value, personally i prefer lower interest rates but a sterling value based on the strength of the economy and investment.

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Re: Markets are mostly psychology

Check out the population of the UK compared to the EU THEN check the deficit figures and see who needs who more based on the percentages. Anyway its the UK buying public who can change the UK trading deficit by spending their money on UK produced goods only (have fun with that).

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Re: Markets are mostly psychology

Let me fix that for you "Yes, but the UK rarely decides on what's best for the people."

Reality strikes Dixons Carphone's profits after laughing off Brexit threat

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Don't shoot the messenger

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Re: Ever so slowly...

"I also can't remember any one in the remain (project fear as you put it) camp telling me phones would go up in price." - oh jeez, did you want a specific list ? The pound crashing in value effects everything bought from abroad or is that too hard to comprehend?

Systemd wins top gong for 'lamest vendor' in Pwnie security awards

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Re: Don't worry

"(why does the init system need to do DNS lookups?, shakes head in bewilderment) " - well, if you knew anything about it instead of replying on the ignorant posts of trolls, you'd know that the "init" part does not do DNS look ups. Any binary with a "systemd-" prefix is part of the project and completely optional.

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Re: Systemd...

Yep. just shows that the anti-systemd trolls don't understand that systemd was not awarded this "lame" award for being hacked, it was awarded for a difference on opinion with which the presenters of the award disagreed. It would have been different if they had been able to create a hack. Hell, who'd expect the antis' to work that out anyway.

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Re: Devuan smugness

Why? There were no awards to systemd project for security hacks of systemd. Just a lame award for not liking what someone says.

systemd'oh! DNS lib underscore bug bites everyone's favorite init tool, blanks Netflix

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Re: Crowdsource hit

we've already had one MP killed because of a right wing nutter over brexit/immigration issues, there are plenty of nutters out there that will take on the challenge to earn £5K ro run over a non-white woman who is vastly more intelligent than them. Thats why you cannot make posts like that.

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Re: "wait for libidn2 to be fixed to cope with underscores"

You should check who develops the library that is at fault before make such an ignorant claim.

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systemd-resolved is optional, any name prefixed with "systemd-" is an optional executable within the systemd PROJECT, not the systemd binary. Common mistake made by soooo many trolls that people who do no research before reposting then perpetuate. There is only 1 binary at PID1 and that is systemd, its easy to check if people could be bothered.

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@eldakka - spend some time learning about systemd because your post demonstrates your total ignorance of it to the world.

Don't panic, but Linux's Systemd can be pwned via an evil DNS query

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Re: what's fascinating is how the SystemD fanboys react

They can still run their scripts on a systemd box if they really want to, they just have to learn to configure it. systemd was written primarily for the VM and container users where they need to shutdown and reboot rapidly. Having a totally standard way of running a system no matter what distro you use was also a target. What computers are for if not to make repetitive jobs and life easier and consistent.

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Re: "pid 1 does DNS"

Why can't they write their own for their own project? Why would init use a DNS resolver? Explain why, as you say, there are a multitude of DNS resolvers in Linux. Why is there not only one, why are there many? To cure your ignorance, you really need to do some research as to what does and what does not use PID 1 in systemd and also find out the difference between systemd binary and systemd the project, you might find some answers there .

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Re: Just like to point out..

when people divert from the subject, they have generally run out of ideas and facts.

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Re: Hang on, all y'all ...

perhaps you need to read up some of the background to the systemd project. No-one but no-one was forced to use it by anyone, it proved itself technically and functionally otherwise it would have been consigned to the annuls of history.

rtfazeberdee

Re: Hang on, all y'all ...

he'll wipe you across the floor technically, you shouldn't get all bent out of shape with jealousy of his skills

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Re: "pid 1 does DNS"

Oh dear, your ignorance is astounding. Systemd has its own resolver (systemd-resolved) which does not run in PID 1. It's a completely separate process and its totally optional.

Do some research of your own instead of reading other people ignorant posts and comments

rtfazeberdee

Nope, time for you to do some much needed research into systemd because anti-systemd trolls display a complete lack of knowledge about it because they just reprint other trolls ignorant misinformation

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Re: Just like to point out..

confirmation of your lack of knowledge of systemd, you have to pick up mistaken use of a word.

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Re: Afterthoughts

its an optional piece of code like most of the systemd project which you can use if you want to.

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Re: Hang on, all y'all ...

nice one, you just proved you no nothing about systemd

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Re: Hang on, all y'all ...

Unfortunately most anti-systemd trolls are childish and couldn't code their way out of a paper bag

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Re: If THIS isn't a reason to hate systemd...

ALL software has bugs, get over it. Looks like you've never written any software in your life

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Re: If THIS isn't a reason to hate systemd...

Yet another rant fuelled by ignorance. list all the software that has never had a bug.

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