But can these self-driving Big Rigs pass through solid matter, travel at unlimited speeds while moving backwards, and climb steep hills as if they're nothing?
There is App Ops, built into the OS in a hidden menu, but that has one of the worst user interfaces I've ever seen. It's pretty much unusable.
Root phone, install hosts file, problem solved. Well, solved if you can root.
SystemD seems to be really nice, when I tested out Debian Jessie, it booted so much faster than what was there before. These kind of things leave a good first impression.
Okay, but if you're going to do that, you might want to throw out all the incredibly dire warnings about self-signed certificates. Nobody should be forced to pay a cartel for SSL certificates.
Instead, throw out the dire warnings when the self-signed certificates aren't correct, such as when it changes.
Slashdot isn't relevant either, it's just some tech rag owned by Dice anyway.
Tried FreeBSD + ZFS in an emulator, one poweroff later, it won't boot anymore.
I find that drinks sweetened with Sucralose just taste better than drinks sweetened with Aspartame, so I think this is a good move.
It failed because anyone interested in joining couldn't join because it was Invite Only, then they stopped caring.
Will Btrfs work well on this version? It says that the kernel is 3.16.7, and the newest kernel is 4 versions ahead, and the Btrfs wiki claims that it's best to use the newest kernel possible.
Getting robots to help with desertification is a lot easier if you have a flying time machine, and can go to the future to get said robot, then send the robot back 400 years ago to replant all the trees.
Sounds doubleplusgood to me.