Finally, lets hope Kasperski will open source the new ELI5 systemd documentation for the rest of us to finally get it.
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Just call it broken already
Windows desktop has been broken beyond belief.
My system boots Linux, Windows XP, Windows 7, even OS/2 with ease in less than 30 seconds, I tried Windows 8 and 8.1 for a 15 minute boot attempt after a half day installation, would not recommend that installation again.
Windows 8.1 has done nothing to improve the startup horrors created by 8.0.
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After Ohio, they need to look at the American law enforcement Mafia in general, every town in America gas similar cases.
In Milton Florida, the Police looked the other way when a 12 year old child was raped in a parade, on a float, with a goat; no arrests of any of the kidnappers, no charges to the ones who ran that float.
The simple solution
Hand out Tazers to everyone flying, especially the kids.
There will be so many misaken Tazerings on each flight, we will be imune to airplane violence.
God help someone who actually tries something on the resulting plane full of tazer armed, terrorozed, pissed off "victims"...
Zombie SCO FUD
Microsoft just release a phone and now we have Android FUD; there is no connection here at all.
Unless Android App developers decided to steal code, they have no issue with having to "show the code", apps compiled against the kernel header is compulsory for the Linux OS and is not a copyright violation at all.
Interesting regurgitation of The SCO Group speak" about header files and the magic number of the elves...
I give this FUD a fail.
Ah, The SCO Group, such wonderful plumage...
But seriously, the endless retries keeps The SCO group's execs out of criminal charges for the conversion of Novell's $16 million.
/Remember, this is not the old "SCO", but "The SCO Group"; formerly known as Caldera.
//The name change was intended to confuse a judge/jury/world into thinking they had rights to reinterpret a contract signed by "Old SCO".
Why not an airplane shaped zeppelin with a pressure vent that releases one way as the external pressure goes down in relation to the internal pressure.
The balloon/plane goes up and reaches a balance between the lift of the gas/weight of the plane and the pressure difference releasing gas.
Once the vent reaches a balance the vent no longer releases gas and the plane/balloon (now heavier than the air) glides back down.... eventually.
You can carry more weight this way, (a signal?) and reuse the device later. (when you find it)
/Do not use Hydrogen....
Grandma, what big eyes have.
"Meanwhile, Microsoft stressed that third parties are free to implement technologies under the Community Promise without signing a license."
Did they say anything about actually developing and using it in Linux, or just that it can be implemented in Windows?
You need to watch the wording of the MicroSphinx.
But what do the techs look like?
"Its 28-litre tank of golden AdBlue is enough to go 28000km, seemingly, so Mercedes don't expect that customers will need to top it up themselves. This will be done by technicians during routine servicing."
Don't try this at home?
Brings new meaning to "routine servicing".
I think I have seen the video of the German "technicians" in action.
I had migraines for many years, since I was very young.
My migraines resulted in sweating a quart or more of water in about a half hour. (I squeezed out the sheets one day to check)
I still have trouble when a doctor asks me "to scale my pain on a 1-10 scale".
I have had broken bones, cuts to the bone, hammer blows to the thumb, but have never found any pain close to one of my "bad" migraines.