Maybe they should focus on reducing logging and fragmentation. I won't pay for such poorly written software again:
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The C# GoTo statement is pretty uncommon to see in use:
Getting old is learning not to care what people think of your opinion or whether they heard you the first time.
The chances are... they don't (and shouldn't) care.
When Red Hat 6 or 7 are mentioned in close proximity I automatically think of the CDs I was installing on my PIII 450 MHz many years ago. Before I visited Fedora, *buntu and Debian.
I still have that PIII... maybe I should boot it up and frustrate myself trying to get LILO to install and then unfrustrate myself looking at pixelated pr0n at 28.8 kbps
TrueCrypt will not help you. Passwords and decryption keys must be provided if ordered by a magistrate, or you face six months in jail.
The Australian Cybercrime Act 2001 No. 161, Items 12 and 28 grant police with a magistrate's order the wide-ranging power to require "a specified person to provide any information or assistance that is reasonable and necessary to allow the officer to" access computer data that is "evidential material"; this is understood to include mandatory decryption. Failing to comply carries a penalty of 6 months imprisonment.
This has been in place since October 2001.
Uh, no 16021 projects. And this was with one click from the homepage - "Project Directory" - funny about how obvious links make sense.
>more interested on marketing and policies than in code
Really? From your 1 second glance at the homepage? Unless you have 99% vision loss, you are a troll - or illiterate.
The only thing Apple can take is several loads of man-juice. Purchasers of superior quality hardware (unfortunately not upgradeable) and inferior software (according to wilipedia and R.Stallman) are known as MacFags (TM, patent pending).
I'm not a troll whilst holding the sword of truth. #legend #of #the #seeker
MacFag quote: This is UNIX - I know this!
If only they listened to the world about whaling too.