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Environment Variables are better off being set via CMD.exe
SETENV -m PATH "%PATH%;C:\Somewhere\Else"
Then you don't even need to reboot/logout to have the change take effect.
Or the old-school way, but you'll need to logout/or reboot.
Now I'm making do with a Corsair K40, which I like quite a bit more than my old Logitech G15, although the back-lighting on the G15 is much brighter.
For keyboards, I've found Corsair's K## line to be quite reasonably priced compared to pretty much everyone else. The only cheaper keyboards I've seen are just plain cheap crap ($30-$45 price range). I picked up a Corsair K40 Gaming Keyboard for $60, but the price has jumped recently to $68 --- still cheaper than comparable logitech's though.
1) Unplug Cat5 from router.
2) Plug Cat5 into computer.
4) Profit, er Internet.
I know, too complicated right?
The wife used to go there for *anything* that was being considered for going-to-the-movies/netflix/rental/etc. Then I asked her what a few shows we had seen that I had chosen (thus we didn't go to RT prior)... they were universally (both critic and fans) panned.
I'll stick with choosing movies by Actor and Director, it's at least right 66-75% of the time. There are also some Production companies/subsidiary studios that seem to output quality near every time too (Clint Eastwood's company for instance).
What I don't get is why the f'k they (systemD) are using binary formats in the first place. If its about efficiency/bandwidth/(and/or)/smaller file commits --- why not just use bzip2 on a clean text format?
Then you would have the benefits efficiency/smaller file commits/etc AND a clean text format that can be accessed as needed and with the right-tool-for-the-job.
or perhaps even, view each other as just other human beings. Rather than "that black dude", or "that asian chick", etc, you think of them as people like yourself.
But I am a white dude. So
It would go something like this:
1) File Service Ticket online & Describe Issue.
2) Repair Service comes to pick up or tow the car.
3) A temporary car is left for you to use in the interim.
4) When the car is fixed you get an invoice.
5) When paying the bill, you choose delivery time within 2-24 hours (when you will be home).
6) Car is returned. Temporary vehicle is picked up.
Of course we are on slashdot, almost none of the high-ansi characters will display.