... that's not how any of this works!
They actually attach weapons to drones, and kill people with that.
Still nobody thought it would be a nice idea to have any law around this concept, stating that army is ok, police not, and private not at all.
From TFA: "downgrading Java to one of the older versions is not a good idea because they are vulnerable to other attacks"
well, which attacks, and are they not patched?
I just tried in google. so I get complete.tool ans similar stuff
So I quoted the query like this:
> Could not find function foo in "com.lete.ool"
And I get exactly one match: this slashdot article!
It gets you *almost* back to the pre-Google+ days, when they took away the "+" sign as a search modifier.
Ah, seems google has only one +
They took it away from search to be able to use it for Google+
As Google+ is not really that success, mybe bring the + back to the search. That would be neat.
Or buy a second +, please!
30 years ago, the Atari just got in my nerves by crashing programs through divide by zero. So I finally replaced the exception handler with a simple RTE.
The problematic program did not crash anymore. And also had no misbehavior, so that was fine for me.
The next program might behave differently
Yea, standard rule.
Maybe the plane was in test? So not production. So no need to follow that rule?
Well ok, a test plane is still running in production as far as avionics goes, even if it's still in testing!
And if you have 4 systems in your test environment, there's a reason. You *don't* update all of them, or 3/4 of them. But half!
And I guess, with 2 engines, the plane could have been saved.
I'm a sysadmin, and I blame the sysadmin as the cause of the catastrophe.
Replacing all windows7 installs by new windows7 installs will for sure remove the possibility of the same malware hitting again. DOH!
Maybe change platform.
There are 2 other OS to consider, MacOS and Linux.
An important organization should always have 2 completely different platforms.
Not only 2 different browsers on the same OS, but different OS. And by different I don't mean a Microsoft-different who state the XP is not NT and is not Win7. It's all windows!
Same goes for Linux, where redhat or debian is not different, it stays Linux. Sunos may be different.
strt hatari, freeze
vnc into the box, freeze
fullscreen vlc freeze, reboot
use lots of browsers the same time, freeze, crash, logout, reboot
Oh well, works perfectly.
This dreadfull bastard of slowness and bugs has been dumped by me after I encountered about 1 crash, freeze or reboot per week. (on frssh LMDE install beginning 2015)
It is completely utter sillyness to expect endusers to use a kiddy fiddely software piece of junk.
Switched to Mate (i.e. gnome2) and it was 10 times faster, and has not crashed since 2 months.
Today's search engine like to optimize results for you. So you get the results based on past searches and clicks.
This puts you into your own personal bubble. You only find stuff you already know because you only get links relevant to your personal knowledge field. But what you actually search is a different view on the world, not your own view.
To escape that, you would need to remove all cookies and even change to a completly different PC or ISP or country.
This should be a user user accessible feature. Sort of "amnesia search".
In Luxembourg, from the first years in school on, we learn french and german.
And additionally learn the local Luxembourgish.
Later, english is added.
So everybody is trilingual, but often from parents there are 1 or 2 other languages added.
And learning 5 languages as a kid is in fact no problem at all.
I would like to have the ASCII theme for the log deamon instead of the sandard BINARY theme
Yeah, bug 1 was resolved recently. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubu...
But as I see it, using systemd makes linux as useless and undebuggable than windows.
So there is no point to use linux, nothing different, sam black box as windows. Result: microsoft has won. Thanks Poettering.
Solving Bug 1 by making linux the same as Windows. Yeah! Sure, that's how you do it!