No matter what Stallman said, he is an icon in the industry and shouldn't have sacked for a blog article of an over inflated ego
37 posts • joined 1 Jul 2015
>Now go away and try to think, you spiteful small-genitaled imbecile. You have the brains of a turnip and the visage of a decomposed partridge.
Quite an inflated response isn't it ? Calling other small genitaled is surely a reflection of low self esteem. Not to mention a typical feminine reply alluding to sexual value
You are wrong about this, shared libraries work much in the same way on Windows and Linux. You can not load a dll without an executable like rundll.exe ( a big culprit in spreading malware ) and privilege escalation is not possible without exploiting some kind of vulnerability , which traditionally are quite a few in Windows. The issue with Windows is all the outdated code and backward compatibilities, no new language is going to change that.
>I'll give you a simple example: on Linux/UNIX systems, it is not possible to load a shared library (*.so) into memory and execute it with or without escalated/root privileges. On Linux/UNIX systems, shared libraries are not executable, and can only be loaded from within a separate and independent execution context -- i.e. a running program. Privilege separation applies to the running program.
Really ? Do you think that malware is on Windows because it is the buggiest OS ? What would happen if everyone suddenly started using Linux as their main desktop ? ( besides a huge shit storm )
That being said , I agree that AVs were a burden on computer resources ( not really now when you have 10+ cores ) , but there's no amount of "secure" code that will prevent user idiocy. Also, most people would not like a dictatorial OS that restricts you in every way possible "just for your own good"
A lot of genetic variation can arise within hybrids of two different species.
It seems it happened in Sub Saharan Affie as well as in Europe, only with an older more primitive humanoid :
Looks like Europe and Asia were subjected to high selectivity, because only a bit of the variation derived from Neanderthal / Denisovan mixing has survived
>So you've never worked a day in your life? Figures.
I never worked as temp. How the f did you understand I have never worked ? I have been working on a full time position for more than 10 years now, the handle is just that, a catchy name.
>Why shouldn't I hire them if they're the best candidate for the job? What they do on their own time is none of my business.
>you I would never hire on the basis you would not fit in with the rest of the employees and would make their lives a misery.
Chances are , if they're alchoholic in their private life, they will bring that behavior to work. I am not speaking as a programmer , but as a manager. Which I am not nor I wish to be. But my sincere thought is , I would not want to hire people with shady habits
Its not a matter of her looks, rather her character showing through looks.
I also don't understand why attacks on looks would be typical misogyny , because they are mostly used by females.
Also, why are misogynists morons, please give me one example of one misogynist thing that is moronic
when will they admit that Hillary lost not because of the Russians, but because she's an evil ugly witch presenting absolutely no trustworthiness to the public, except for the most brain dead .
As for Facebook, the level of lies and misinformation is comparable to your average chat within any group of people, it's human nature and nothing will change it very soon
Nothing is wrong, except the fact that no bureaucracy/ state in the world accepts this, also you are supposed to provide the logs and traces of what you did during your term, so you can be accountable if anything goes wrong. Not doing so is very much akin to hiding and / or deleting murder evidence.
This is not an ordinary job, but speaking of that, how many companies accept using outside mail accounts to do company business ?
"How often can we say that an IT blunder might have changed the course of world history? Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server whilst serving as outgoing US President Barack Obama’s Secretary of State became a key element in the US presidential election this year."
For the love of Barrack, this was not a blunder. A blunder is when you forget to log out your email on a public computer. Being a high gov official and using outside technology to hide your activity , with good knowledge of what you're doing , is criminal and treason for all purposes
"Dear mr CIA guy,
I leave this here to tell you that in no way, absolutely no way I did any hacking on this machine.
Whatever anyone tells you, I am not guilty.
Yeah, unless they find something like this, I doubt any hacking evidence will point to Russians with any degree of certainty
Cortana is available only in some regions.
I believe this is due to commercial agreement reasons, rather than a technical limit.
Set your Region to US, not language, not location. It will work, I use it in Romania.
Well, assuming you CAN speak English, which isn't clearly true for French people thinking "software" should be called "logiciel" . :((
You are somewhat right.. MAX_PATH is enforced by functions but only if you want them to.
The reason for all this is compatibility with FAT fs I think. Once they give that up it should be easy to just make that the default behaviour
"The limit is not Explorer's. It is Win32's."
No it's not . The limit is 32767 characters IF you use the Unicode version of the API and IF you prefix the path with "\\?\" , part of the UNC scheme. Unicode is Microsoft's version of UTF16 and present since Windows 2000 in Win32 . That was 16 years ago.
The MAX_PATH limit is only for apps stil using ASCII and for Windows Explorer. I guess Microsoft hoped that retards , uhm, programmers , will switch to Unicode in their apps and then the will upgrade Explorer as well, but it still hasn't happened.
The limit in Explorer is kept for COMPATIBILITY.
NTFS as a file system doesn't have such a limit. It's also case discriminant if requested.
Also, anyone programmed on Linux ? Never encountered the PATH_MAX limit ?
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