- Boy are YOU an optimist...
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- Boy are YOU an optimist...
Okay children, I'm going to teach you this command explicitly so that you know what you never, ever, EVER - wake up little Johnny - what was I saying? Oh yeah, ever, ever use it.
Seriously. Don't use it.
No he doesn't. He addresses a specific negative attribution about systemd in that it is anti-UNIX because it keeps everything in one repository. He doesn't claim that this is the only reason anyone states it is anti-UNIX.
He's certainly being selective in what he is addressing, but surely he can't be expected to discuss everything anyone ever complained about involving systemd in this interview...?
Your 'logic' implies that any distribution that uses systemd has rewritten the entire operating system.
Do you still think that's true? LOL.
Your apparent definition of
the UNIX philosophy
would seem to suggest that the Linux kernel violates it as well because it's monolithic... Yes, that's absurd, but so - it appears - is your claim.
Why do you think it TOTALLY violates the UNIX philosophy?
Their out-sourcing industry would go under...
Gods no, I like *nix the way it is. Windows IS the honeypot.
I don't know... Spaghetti is pretty good.
A zealot in any shape or form is narrow minded.
"A zealot is someone who won't change their mind, or change the subject..."
Sorry, the radar was in operational service, and was also fitted to the F-15 which was flying, but not deployed to combat units yet.
I think you mean at least *2 years AFTER NATO fighters*, lol.
In 1973 F-15s had it in operational use.
The Air Superiority mission will retain a pilot for a long time. Recon/Air-to-Ground/Resupply - these will all be primarily remote operated (they're often automated now.)
Why aren't weapon systems modular allowing for easy upgrade? No money in that?
They are modular, and explicitly intended for upgrades. Easy? That depends upon your definition of 'easy' - if you don't mind spending money, it's easy.
And why use human pilots for combat craft, a drone could accelerate and turn under massive G forces and still function where a human would black out.
Response time, situational awareness, the difficulty is maintaining a connection during electronic warfare, et cetera, ad nauseum. I think that there are quite a few mission profiles that would suite remote operation, but air superiority isn't one of them (not yet.)
1st: make a fast, sturdy air frame with a reliable engine, 2nd make all electronics and weapons modular easy to replace and upgrade, 3rd get rid of the human.
Like the WOPR?
"Now this is a totally brain damaged algorithm. Gag me with a smurfette." -- P. Buhr, Computer Science 354