Still a better love-story than Twilight.
And I'll just keep on blocking ads (not that I'm an user of the website in TFS).
Shiny crowded amazing website will go under?
Well I've lived comfortably for decades without it, I think I can continue for a couple more.
(Kristian Wilson - Creator of Pac-Man - 1989)
[I know this quote is a comedina joke and not an original one, but whatever it expresses exactly my tougths on the subject.]
Yes and no.
While Italian judiciary system is generally considered as civil law, in reality it is mixed.
There are three levels of judice:
- court of cassation (a.k.a. supreme court).
After the second level of judice, sentences create precedent and make laws.
But the supreme court only evaluates if previous courts correctly followed the procedures/laws, it doesn't go deep on the facts of the trial.
For other EU countries, I don't know
Only touch-screen enabled notebooks here?
Sorry, no sale for you.
My money will go to the manufacturers who will provide "old school" displays.
A 5 minute line was THE WORST THING EVER TO HAPPEN TO ME!
[Homer's voice] No, it's the worst thing ever to happen to you *so far* .
I'm sorry, but that's 1024 Teraflops to me.
You're still off by ~20 hours.
In Soviet Russia, population supervise the government.
Basically set up a BIG container where to put the digital stuff, plus number of network shares and you're done.
In any case do not forget about redundancy and back-up.
Even in the tinyest case, that would mean a single HD, with its twin in RAID-1, plus another as offline backup. Total: 3HDs.
Going up with sizes will add complexity.
Let's say you target a 10TB container, made of 2TB drives. That translates into 5+5 drives for a RAID-0+1, or 7 drives for a RAID-6 (which one is more suited, is another discussion). Plus the back-up (another minimum 5 drives).
For any choice but the absolute minimal one (the three drives example), be absofuckinglutely sure about airflow.
Cramming a lot of drives in a box probably not engineered for this task and putting it into a closet is the perfect recipe for a disaster.
[Insert Grumpy Cat picture here]
My experience as well.
So far, in the last 8 years it gave me excellent results.
We all know 99%+ of the generic malware out there is crafted to break in Windows setups.
The amount is so vast it's only a matter of time, you *will* be hit.
But once you take the target out of the equation, the rest is much much more easy to manage.
Once I realized this, I stopped recommending Linux to random folks: the more people keeps using Windows, the more *I* am secure.
And, at the end of the day, this is the only thing that matters to me.
Bee's venom can kill by inducing shock in allergic subjects.
It looks like it has a very nasty property of being a potential allergenic (I hope I got the correct term. If not, sorry) meaning: once you get stinged, you may become allergic to venom even if before you weren't. This in sufficently predisposed subjects.
And now it is going to be the golden ingredient for some cosmetic? I hope it is going to be subjected to some form of medical control, to say the least.
But I'm no chemist nor biologist so I may be completely wrong.
In my case alien did its job. The resulting
OTOH, the following are the relevant snippets from trying to run the client:
Setting up Steam content in ~/.local/share/Steam
me@linux:~/.local/share/Steam/ubuntu12_32/steam> ldd steam
linux:~ # rpm -qa|grep -i glibc
Those led me reporting about the version of GlibC. I'm no expert coder so I hardly can go further than this.
Anyway, latest distro release is downloading now and upgrade is scheduled soon.
If you use an
2) The client requires GlibC 2.12 or later. So if by any chance your distribution was released prior to may 2010, you're out of luck (example: my OpenSuse 11.4, released on march 2010