No, they were an init script holdout and systemd put a hit on them.
Remember when cash registers used to be glorified calculators? Now they are cheap PCs running poorly configured operating systems. You have tons of attack vectors open from USB ports to unneeded services. That and credit card companies are too fucking cheap to switch to chip and pin. The only reason the rest of world switched was because the companies were forced to. Not in the good old USA.
Google used to let you block certain domains from searches but not anymore. I found an add on that hides results. I haven't seen Alibaba in a long time but that stupid ehow.com always turned up and was never once useful.
How often do people run their vacuums? Once or twice a week for 10 minutes? I'd hardly call that serious pollution.
Outside of the show shes pretty average. She only looks good in relation to the rest of the crew.
Some people already tried it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
Well there is quite a bit more equipment between the battery and electric motor. Not quite like the old days of controlling the speed with a rheostat. That said for $15K you could buy a brand new car or a pretty nice used one.
Nobody ever does work with analog circuits...
The brakes are controllable on cars with collision avoidance.
I bought a 99 Volvo S80 and it has the fancy auto dimming rear view mirror. The car was used so of course expensive mirror no longer dims. You can't even swap out a junked mirror because of the address bullshit. You have to keep the circuitry from your mirror and swap only the mirror itself. Otherwise you need the dealer software to reprogram the main computer.
Probably backlash from the 80% disapproval rate for that shitty new interface they dreamed up. I'm using Palemoon now.
OpenVMS will outlive us all. I really can't believe there are that many OpenVMS boxes in the wild. Can anyone list some applications still being run by OpenVMS?
With the numbers that ASICs are doing these days can you even get one coin using CPUs alone?
ESPN is the most expensive cable channel. It accounts for the largest chunk of your bill. I have never watched ESPN and don't plan to. Why can't they go with a subscription model like HBO?
Do you need to be on another IPv6 connection to access them?