So you can compile your own code but you can't share it with your friends without paying up?
Well, no. You'd run that inside a screen session, and with an ampersand not a semicolon.
The market not IETF process decides which protocols will continue to be used going forward.
The market loves when we have formal documents laid down by the Formal Documents People confirming what we've been telling our bosses for years. I would bet large sums of money that some tech, somewhere, just walked out of a meeting happy because he finally has permission to deprecate a long-broken system.
Well I'd wrap it in a loop of some kind:
for host in `cat
Since there was no CowboyNeal option, I just localised it.
I voted Enthusiastic, since I will drive to see fireworks on Guy Fawkes night.
You're joking, right?
I understand that Linux is a trademark registered to you, with day to day management performed through the Linux Mark Institute . What future do you see for the Linux trademark once you are done with it, so to speak? Do you have an appointed successor, for example?
Yes but you're missing an important point:
It has never been done before in 2015.
My Dad was a Russian all night.
Then again he was a firefighter in a quite large metropolitan area.
They can put whatever restrictions they like on the Play store. It's theirs, after all.
If you want to distribute some app that Google doesn't like for some reason, put it up on another repository like F-Droid.
QFC and Safeway?
Are these American variants of KFC and Subway?
They do exist but yes, they are few.
Mostly thanks I suspect to Microsoft's aggressive licensing programme.
I see this a lot, recommendations to avoid processed food, but what constitutes processing in this context? Is a boiled egg processed? What about chopped lettuce? A peeled orange?
Or are we talking more about adding items to food such as the much maligned "chemicals"?
Cool. Show me another browser that does hierarchical side tabs and we'll talk.
Heh, yes PDF.js is possibly the worse PDF renderer to see the light of day, with the possible exception of Apple's Preview.
Thankfully just about every Firefox user redirects PDFs to open with okular or SumatraPDF.