Re: Ah Elite !
Do a search for oolite keyconfig -- it's a little tool listed in the wiki that can generate the different keymaps including the defaults from the BBC.
oolite is still my goto for the nostagia hit.
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At least nowadays on OpenSUSE we have 'reboot' as well as 'shutdown -r'
I tend to only use shutdown when I know I really mean it as 'shutdown -h now'
I'm sure 'reboot' is a common alternative on other distros too.
But yeah -- definitely as a whippersnapper I tripped myself up with it.
Installing from the catalog in to WSUS seems to have worked on two of my test rigs so far. The good news is that it does actually seem to have fixed the issue.
All we need to do now is get an update for the same broken issue in the Server 2012 R2 CU patch :(
I found the docking computers more of a hinderence - especially after I'd played for long enough to get the muscle memory on the roll keys down to match rotation without even thinking. I tended to make heavy use of the BBC not being able to process multiple pressed keys at once for some 'on a sixpence' manoeuvring. To my detriment I then could never get the hang of some of the emulated versions or re-emaginings on other platforms.
Oolite was about my favourite non-original - but I still found myself remapping keys to the 'old ways'
I agree, much of the time the gmail addresses themselves might be spoofed, but what I'm seeing a great deal in our samples is that Google are the unwitting hosts of the actual attack content / fake web pages through their firebase cloud storage.
Lots of links like https://firebasestorage.googleapis.com/reallylongurl...
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