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And the "grab your recovery media" part is starting to worry me. No we bring up the binary logs. The format of the binary logs are not specified and may change with different versions. It was even sold as a 'security' feature.
So this means that if you want to read the logs on from your unbootable system from the recovery media, what ever you use as a recovery media better have the exact same build of systemd log tools or you aren't guarantied to be able to read them.
If nothing else, it's rather sad that Seth Rogen and James Franco are able to have a bigger impact on North Korea than sanctions and every diplomat and US president since the end of the Korean War.
This sounds like Nobel Peace Prize buzz to me.
It's been given for less.
Devices now own us. I miss the days when I had control over my devices.
I don't have all the neat devices everyone else buys, but I own the ones I buy. I blame people like you for making it more difficult.
Can I have my Grammar Nazi sticker now?
Oh. You almost had it.
It's "May I
Options -> Customize Emacs -> Browse Customizations Groups
Emacs -> Editing -> Indent -> Indent Tabs Mode
In the new buffer...
press Set for current session
press Save for future sessions
Surely that's no worse than what I've had to do to make various IDEs usable.