I can't see any problem with that.
Just read a few reviews before buying to make sure you get a device that is properly designed.
I can't see any problem with that.
And yes, it is awesome I use it on my home computers and the development workstation at work.
On the web page they claim to support open source etc, but their product is apparently closed source as much as possible.
They have opened the kernel and two apps, the rest is closed down.
So you got to trust them to not be a NSA honey-pot or something else.
I think not.
The Greeks have done nothing but cook the books and lie to get into EU, get loans to spend on handouts and now they blame everyone but themselves.
The public in Greece voted for every single one of these crooks and are to blame.
I think the best course of action is to toss them out, they were never fit to be in. They even hid public debt in their train company to pass EU requirements all to be able to borrow cheap with no intention of paying back.
Sorry, I don't want to pay for the Greeks early retirements.
These posts are not for users of G+ that know how it actually works, but they are so that the ones that didn't sign up for G+ can feel snug about not missing out.
When in fact they miss out on the (for me) best place to get in contact with like-minded and not friends from high-school that I don't want.
I post to G+ a few times a day but I can't even remember last time I posted publicly.
You have 20 seconds to comply...
10 seconds to comply..
5 seconds to comply...
This game is not vaporware, the money is to bring it to alpha.
The devs were streaming ingame last weekend with a few other players showing stuff.
The developerrs also match all the money from the kickstarter themself up to $50000.
From the former lead engineer and lead designer of Ultima Online comes Shards Online. "Citadel Studios has the right team to give the sandbox genre what it’s been missing" — Rob Denton, co-creator of Dark Age of Camelot Experience limitless content. It's a game that lets you experience hundreds of different worlds with just one client! You can play on official Citadel Studios servers or join any of the hundreds of community run servers. Each server has different rules and content, allowing you to find a game universe that fits your exact play style.
Previously Citadel Studios have attempted a kickstarter failed, however this time they seem much better prepared and I really hope the kickstarter project will succeed this 2nd time!
A proper sandbox where you can create your own worlds. And who better to make it?
Whatever you do, don't go mssql as you will end up processing most of your data in the analytics tool.
I've seen it lock tables even on only reads causing other processes to be terminated.
The closest it has got to materialized views are clustered indexed views which suck and can barely do any processing.
That's more than some small countries national budgets..
How is that even even possible?
You could buy 80 million $1000 computers for that amount!
Sorry for not being completely OT, but that's insane..
I bet there are lots of other applications that utilize d3d and want to port to linux that can use this directly.
I've met people that actually prefer d3d over opengl (don't ask me why), so I think it's going to have much wider use than wine.
Unfortunately, neither my Steinberg UR-22 nor Asus Xonar d2x is supported in FreeBSD.
Both work out of the box on arch.
Funny thing is, these devices work even better in linux than windows (i.e. absolutely no installation in linux compared to massive driver downloads in windows that clutter the system)
It is possible to run a few games, but not with the performance you get in linux, and that's not the only problem.
I play EVE via wine in Linux and I suspect it will run okish in FreeBSD too.
Crashing a self compiled kernel is bad.
Crashing with the GENERIC kernel means I uninstall and wait another year to see.
As I said, Linux just works.
I run arch on all my workstations/laptops both at home and work. The servers at work run debian.
I've tried so many times to get freebsd on my computers, some it will work on, but far too often it will kernel panic on ACPI, smp, driver bug etc. Especially on recent computers.
Graphics/games is another thing.
Now the most recent have started to implement the proper kernel features for nvidia blob, but it's still not as good as the linux driver, and I can't run steam except via wine.
Linux just works, that's why I use it.
I'm basically in the exact same situation. Never had any problems with leaving cash/wallet/phone on the desk overnight.
Never heard of anything being stolen.
Guess it depends on the cleaners. Ours seem to be from Morocco, and I live in Norway.