If you set up your swipe pattern first, and then encrypt from the command line, you can have a strong password for boot with a swipe to bring it out of sleep.
Good! The reason I'm using Linux is precisely because I've seen every one-size-fits-all solution fail. If that's what you're looking for, stick with Windows, Apple or the borg.
Most companies aren't interested in you recreating the wheel, they want you to get a working, maintainable product out the door in as little time as possible. Design patterns are more important to focus on than memory management these days.
C and C++ have their uses, but at the end of the day, C is little more than a macro-assembler and is completely inappropriate for most tasks in the business world. I've never worked anywhere where the C/C++ side of the project (there's always one group of holdouts) isn't consistently the long pole in the tent. After seeing several projects fail over this, I'd rather they "keep it real" on their own time.
Seems like they knocked it because of the Java and it wasn't Fedora/RPM friendly. But I've been through all of these and the plugin capabilities put jEdit on top IMO. With a little customization, it easier becomes the most powerful of the lot. The other editors are just Notepad clones by comparison.
Why don't they just use Brawndo? It's the thirst mutilator.
I've just made it back from RTFA and Phoronix is calling it "Optional systemd Support".
We need to send in Jodie Foster, NOW!
When Germany rolled over the first time, it was an invitation for more. Same is true here with the American people.
I understand because we're in the same situation in the US. People have had plenty of time to wake up, they just don't care. It's depressing.
I would love for gmail to give people the option of a random noise uuencoded
I believe cron job technology might be able to pull this off.
Yeah, I always wanted to do a UK trip, but their crazy laws have always kept me away. Not even because I'm worried that I'll get caught up in them, so much as I look down on them as a people for institutiting them in the first place.
And no, the irony isn't lost on me that many do not want to visit America for the same reasons. I probably wouldn't either, if I weren't a native.
That would be my first assumption. Or what if you were using a key file, that you no longer have? I never really used PGP much, but I must have set it up a dozen times, with a different random password each time. And I certainly couldn't tell you what those passwords are now. It's barbaric to convict someone on this basis.
If anyone has broken the internet lately, it would be the NSA. Net neutrality is about given more power to the people behind that. And more power to the studio executives who have compromised that agency.
I suspect one day, the term Net Neutrality will be considered as "neutral" as the term Patriot Act is considered "patriotic." Once you empower the FCC on this front, they won't hold back.
Believe me, I understand its importance. It's very much a necessity to me. But hyperbole aside, I haven't seen any problems to date. The internet has been a wonder and still is. How will this legislation actually make things better than they are now?
Netflix was always smooth before, and now after the comcast deal, I finally have enough bandwidth to access the 3D content. That's the only change I've seen so far. If they start actually blocking my access to stuff, then I'll walk and they'll have to respond. But why would they risk that in the first place?