Re: one would think
They sure went through a lot of work making SQL Server run on Linux for nothing, then...
6 posts • joined 5 Dec 2019
Same cumbersome cables to connect the Pi, same...everything. Probably a lower quality screen.
It was a satisfying repurposing of a newly surplused item when they showed up on eBay en mass, but turned out to be little more than a fun weekend project. There simply wasn't a practical use case until the R-Pi nano W came along. Even then, it was just a laptop. I ended up using mine for lugging out to headless servers in broom closets, IIR, but even that required an additional video adapter dongle.
There was that one issue with one of the power-good signal lines that required the most minor of hacks, but yeah - pretty much the same exact thing.
(also, welcome to the American legal system where nothing is truly law until the Supreme Court rules on it a few decades later)
"After Mats Järlström lost an initial legal challenge in 2014, a federal judge in January this year ruled Oregon's rules prohibiting people from representing themselves as engineers without a professional license from the state are unconstitutional."
California's 16 border inspection station are manned by the State Dept of Food and Agriculture, not by Federal DHS. They were put in place to protect crops - and thus, the state's economy - from threats such as (originally, IIR) the Mediterranean Fruit Fly and have remained fairly true to that purpose by inspecting vehicles coming into the state. Especially commercial vehicles.
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