Any OS I built would include AIX's LVM. Rock solid, conceptually simple for the most part, totally embedded into the storage management, and just works.
Except AIX has allowed up to 256 character usernames since 5.3, released in 2004.
The linked website sells single holsters, if that floats your boat, so not sure how far down the person read in the first instance.
Because people stood up for the rights, so that it *can* be used by other people. Without free software, you don't get Android. You can't celebrate Android without celebrating the people that fight to keep software free.
Or, you could let the law determine the truth by following the due legal process.
Bradley Manning committed a crime. I thought the original post said that in this case, the theoretical person had not. I sympathise with Bradley, and I think his treatment at the hands of the US is despicable, but it's hard to argue he wasn't committing a crime and equally, didn't know it.
It's a formal and serious allegation which he is avoiding answering to by hiding. If he's innocent, why is he hiding? Read up on the extradition laws and you'll find it's *harder* to be extradited from Sweden than the UK, and that if he gets extradited to Sweden then *both* Sweden and the UK have to consent to extradition to the US on charges that haven't even been brought yet.
Two women have made serious allegations, he should face them using legal due process.
Try and divert the media away from the serious sexual crimes he is alleged to have committed. But as role models go, he's pretty fucking slimy.
I'd get a good lawyer, let the press know what I'd seen and then go to the police and give them a statement.
Terrorists can't afford 1st class, you insensitive clod!
Foster an environment in which people feel they can empower themselves.
You don't get it from reading, you get it by thinking about the people who you liked working for the most, the organisations you felt most valued by.
Someone needs to show these guys some useful fables.
"Open the pod bay doors, HAL." -- Dave Bowman, 2001