- The North was industrialized, while the South was primarily an agrarian society.
- The North was also receiving a great deal of infrastructure from taxes (e.g. railroads, roads, bridges) compared to the South. The North had 80% of the railroads, compared to the south's 20%. Those 80% were standardized, where in the South there were 3 competing track styles.
- The North put high tariffs cheap imports from overseas to protect its new textile industry, which put a financial burden on the South. It's estimated the cost of finished goods rose 50% practically overnight in the South, because they had to pay the North's prices (and shipping)
- The North was only letting new states in as 'free' states, to curtail the power of the South. See California, Kansas
- Northern and Southern politicians did not get along at all, not unlike Republicans and Democrats of today. At least they aren't coming to blows... yet
This is a free speech issue. If the Confederate Battle Flag is now a symbol of racism and must be banned, what about the gray soldier's uniform? Do we ban that, too? How about the General Lee, it's got a big flag on the roof? How about the Civil War computer games, ban those, too? Let's go a bit further with this: What about the Swastika? How about the NAZI flag? Stormtrooper uniforms? The German SS ones, not the Star Wars ones. Do I own or want to own any of these items? No. But if a museum wants to display these items, I think it should be allowed to, so long as we are not glorifying the murder of innocent lives. As for the Civil War, I'd argue that we need not to forget it, or we might end up repeating it.
Okay, I'll bite. I prefer FIND LAST table OF otherTable WHERE aDate = ? NO-LOCK NO-ERROR in a FOR EACH loop with lots of BUFFERs to the same table, myself. It means I have to wrap each table access in IF AVAILABLE statements (shortened to IF AVAIL table THEN DO:). Thanks for the tip, though.
I think that he parses the registry for the PuTTY settings, and loads them (15 or so connections for the free version, all for the paid version). If he uses any PuTTY code, it is just to marshall that hunk of registry data into clickable links that mintty can understand. Look for SimonTatham in your registry.
That said, security-wise, be careful with MobaXterm. Per Nessus it runs on its host with its X11 server wide open. Nessus will even happily grab a screen shot of what was going on on your screen the moment it scans it.
I think he has the remote Xserver screen grab turned on for the Windows 7+ peek feature, so you can have some idea of the window you want to open. Problem is, that feature doesn't fully work yet. If you have multiple overlapping windows, you get what's on top - that it. So if you have something fullscreen with covering something else behind it, you'll get a peek of the part of the fullscreen window, and not the window you really want.
That said, it's the best inexpensive shareware/nagware terminal/X11 server around, short of using 100% Linux. On the full commercial side, Hummingbird's Reflection product may technically be better, but when it costs $500 to $1000 per seat per version - no thanks. $70 to $100/year is more reasonable than that (price is based on Euro, so Dollar price varies)
What if it's an alien spacecraft? I bet insurance classifies that as an 'act of God' and won't cover it. Doesn't matter if you wander into a spacecraft piloted by Pee Wee Herman or the darn thing just falls on you for no reason at all
I wondering if there's a code for if a house falls on you. Oh, there is, but it's a bit generic.
The only other thing to watch out for is those shared libraries, like VC, VC++, MFC42, DirectX 9.0c (June / July / etc...) and so on that are added by the installer, and maybe compatibility settings, such as when the game requires admin. Might be a good idea to backup what the MS DirectX WebInstaller installs, just to be on the safe side.
Phone flashers generally know to:
- 1) backup phone before upgrade
- 2) flash phone - generally from recovery on SD card, also sometimes from USB when SD slots are unavailable
- 3) boot to recovery and wipe cache and system/dalvik
I don't fully understand the OTA upgrade, but you'd think the thing would do the last two bits above itself.
Can anyone confirm if the Nexus OTA upgrade blows some eFuses to prevent downgrade?
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Well, that stinks. Let me try the <tt> tags, then:
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Phooey. It ate all my extra spaces. I suppose you could use non-breaking spaces....
Nope. I guess trolls abused these features too much in the distant past, so I sort of understand that.
I'm still confused about the lack of Unicode, though. I though Perl could handle it?
A friend of mine tried to wipe out all the dot files and dot directories in his home directory as root by typing rm -rf
Personally, I prefer rm -R