Science by democracy isn't science.
IPTables is always 'up'. It is not a daemon. There is nothing to test. You just add/flush rulesets.
And I really don't want some other process deciding to wipe out the iptables configuration that I specify, thanks.
I still use Mason.
Try chomp sms for a SMS app.
To fix everything else, I ended up just installing CM11. I didn't really want to, but Lollipop was just too painful. I couldn't deal with it.
Install CM11. That's what I did after suffering through a few days of lollipop.
.. they are even more psychotic?
Also, torture is uncool, and this would be torture.
There was a scifi short story about this very thing dealing with teleportation. I forget the title and author...
They are going back to letting us leave our shoes on, our laptops in our bags, and using simple metal detectors?
Please stop with the 'cyber' shit. It's already difficult enough to take you seriously without your use of this nonsensical prefix for all things computer and network related.
I prefer PFSense on a netgate appliance.
For length, at least, our system is more natural. You can easily divide a foot, for example, into thirds, halves, quarters. Not so much with base 10.
Temperature, mass, etc came about in the same way.
Nature isn't base 10, other than the number of fingers and toes we have.
If you are using an Airport's WiFi without connecting to your trusted VPN, you'll get what you deserve. Airports are a wonderful place to play "Yes, I am that AP" and other fun games while bored hackers wait for their flights.
And of course Quake being released on Linux ahead of windows.
Now 'designers' will believe even more that they can be engineers.
Those same technologies were freely available to anybody to use. If you didn't take advantage of it and, worse, didn't analyze your business processes and make them better, how can you blame those who did? Also, I now see smaller companies leveraging tech a lot more efficiently, and using open source a whole lot more than the big guys, so they are ahead of them, mainly out of necessity.
...would be a nice start.
I'd be happy if they could get kenwood, alpine, and other aftermarket head unit manufacturers on board. But these guys hate open systems. Friggin' pioneer wants around $300+ just for a navigation add on, last I checked.