Brian Krebs is awesome.
Brian Krebs is awesome.
Everytime someone drops a phone into water, the first thing I say "Take the battery out and dry the phone for a couple days." Unless they have an "iPhone", in which case I laugh and say, "You're screwed."
We're riding on the edge of the uncanny valley here.
I have been trying to get off pine/alpine for years. But everytime I try to go with mutt, I give up for all the work and custom configuration required.
I would like to have a text-based mail reader that will do IMAPS, SMTPS, GPG, address book, mbox, maildir, message searching, etc, while making configuration manageable.
I can dream right?
3) The LHC does not run as continuously as a telescope. Optical telescopes run 12x7x365.
Centos was a distant second at 29%, and RHEL came in third at 11%
Apparently the poster does not realize that these are really the same thing?
In 1995 I bought a new PC and installed "Windows 95" on it. I was so excited to have a brand new system.
OMG, what a giant steaming pile of shit it was! Windows 95 was completely unusable.
A nerdy grad student friend of mine suggested trying Linux, and having used a number of commercial unixes, I was very skeptical. How could something free be worthwhile? But I tried it. It was just as good as my DEC Unix workstation! It was rock solid!
At that time I swore that I would never use Microsoft software on my systems again. Thank you, Microsoft.
but they set exposure limits for a reason.
These are based on "exposure limits" set by the state of California. California requires warnings about metal concentrations on virutally ALL FOOD, making these warnings stupid and useless. Read the related links and you will learn something.
How good is this Ubuntu phone?
What windowing system does it run?
Does it come with a terminal program like my N900?
I can get root if I want it?
Most reviews don't answer these important questions, and when I search on google, I just get ubuntu stuff.
Why has encrypted email not become an easy to use standard in all our mail programs and webmail services?
Because you web/email/network administrators have dropped the ball, that's why.
Too bad they dropped Cyanogenmod. With Cyanogenmod you know that you can get easily installable updates, particularly when something nasty like Stagefright vulnerabilities appear.
I doubt the customized OxygenOS will be updated regularly, like most vendor specific Android devices.
As a "linux geek" my drives and files are encrypted using dm-crypt, gpg, etc. However, this script looks like it would be useful for making transferable encrypted archives. How handy.
I do not know what "TrueCrypt" or "VeraCrypt" are. I have never seen them in any repository.
Any experience with power over CAT5?
I don't know if it does POE. It comes with a wall wart.
motion reads it from rtsp://192.168.0.80:8554//live0.264
The majority of Linux users don't use or need the remote features of X.
Unix/X/Linux/etc. got to where it is today by offering powerful tools that other systems did not. Seamless remote display technology is one of those tools. Just because there are a large number of ignorant people in the world who have started using computers is a poor reason for jettisoning powerful tools.
We don't have framebuffers and fixed frequency monitors anymore either.
Really? There are no display buffers in your computer any more?
Actually modern monitors are more fixed than ever before. LCD displays have fixed pixels, and if you run them at any resolution other than the intended resolution, they look terrible. Only software rendering can make image scaling bearable.
"Now this is a totally brain damaged algorithm. Gag me with a smurfette." -- P. Buhr, Computer Science 354