somehow i think he is just trying to hide behind a VPN to do some "torrenting"
that's about 25% of a standard (250MB) data plan in Venezuela.
Still, i can call family in the US with wifi. I previously had to use either skype or hangouts for ios.
i get 7 days on mine without notifications (i am using it as a watch with some offline apps). What watch face do you use?
I have 1.5 Mbps, and we call it broadband here in Venezuela. Basic 360p Youtube, and netflix (SD) even works.
I would KILL for 10 Mbps, let alone 4 Mbps. You guys are lucky!
The only reason i can think to justify a binary log is to save disk space.
I agree with some of the criticism regarding systemd, but reading logs is not one of them. Just learn the systemctl and journalctl syntax before you ask silly questions regarding reading logs.
Also, read http://0pointer.de/blog/projec...
here's (no pun intended) hoping that we can sideload the here app somehow on the rest of android phones
Modprobe uses libkmod, so upstart and sysvinit indirectly use ipv6
thank you, i knew about the legacy bootloader but i didn't know it enabled F8
I only reboot windows once a month after patch tuesday.
Crappy experiences are mostly gone since 7 (and in my case, since Vista as well. I experienced only one major bug in vista, slow file copying which was fixed in SP1)
Huh? F8 doesn't exist anymore on Windows 8.x
i would like some text editors reviews as well, like nano, joe and others
in northwestern Venezuela we are having the biggest drought in 60 years. We only have 57 days left of water, and that's including with limited use (1 and a half days of water per week!)
Our water comes by the way of reservoirs, and we depend heavily on rain. Can't remember the last time it rained and we are getting extremely worried
decided posting instead of modding you down, since you may not know that Apple does not use OpenSSL, therefore you are just wrong.
we have specialized hardware as our firewall
we have an antivirus on all machines
we are policies to restrict software to only allow sanctioned bits.
we have sensible subnetting in place
I admin 600 client machines and the only issue in over 9 years was an IIS security issue.
I am not saying we are 100% secure, but really, if you think about it, SSL isn't going to do anything for us.