If you were to build linux again, what would be the one most important thing you would do differently
Have you tried using google image search? That might proof to be the easiest solution.
My phone has the same resolution as my TV (both full HD). How would his idea work then? I think he actually does mean screen size. Still no idea how he could implement that...
Smartphones and tables are getting this powerfull that it makes much more sense to have a charging station + screen mirroring for your phone.
Those solutions already exist: http://www.customgadz.com/store/
Wouldnt that make life a lot easier?
They should just remove CTRL + C and CTRL + V as well while they are at it. Not only is it not very discoverable, but it also requires you to use the keyboard. Drag and Drop is so much better and obviously the correct way to do copy paste.
You show a good example. Would you still think that this model is better if:
1) The post man can read your mail without you noticing (e.g. the envelope is never damaged)
2) You have to provide your postman with a key to open your locker? The key might additionally fit into your other lockers (e.g. A lot of people reuse their passwords)
3) The postman can easily store copies of all the letters you receive without you knowing
4) The postman travels from your local post office, to a completely different country, where the correspondence may be inspected by the other government at will without you even knowing and then gives you the letter.
Once you consider these points, you might not like that approach unless you completely trust your postman.
The difference is that these are shared libraries. They live in shared memory and are only loaded once for each application which is using them.
In the web, each library is loaded every time.
Dynamically Typed with Optional Typing
Thanks, but no thanks, I prefer to stay with statically types languages. I know that the "kewl" kids love dynamically types languages, but it becomes a horror for maintenance. Ill be sticking with UDK in the meantime
I set gitlab up at home. It is very good, but a maintenance nightmare. No automated installation or updates, so i keep running on an old version.
It would be a 3A solution if they offered a ppa with automatic updates
How many undiscovered glitches are there that cause the player to lose unfairly?
These are called features
Now I can be prepared both mentally and physically once the zombie apocalypse strikes!
If you find my key under a rock in my backyard, it is still theft if you break into my house with it and steal things.
The analogy is not really applicable. This is more like writing all your secrets into a notebook and putting it into a library (in a section accessible to everyone). Then you sue the person who found the notebook.
Leaving the data open to any web request is the true crime here. I do not know about the US, but in Europe that would have been a violation against the Data Protection Act.
Maybe the "Secure" in "UEFI Secure Boot" referes to securing Microsofts Monopoly and existence in the OS market?
Our choice for exploiting this bug is to create a
the user account which will execute our commands injected through +echo at the
next login of the user on the system. There is also an interesting scenario against
dedicated servers by specifying the motd.txt of the game as logfile and launching
the cvarlist command that will dump all the game variables in such file that is
visible to any player who joins the server. Team Fortress 28 is one of the most
played games based on this engine and it’s free-to-play.
They system is already compromised at this point. Why do we need the steam protocol?
Also, for the love of god, please stop calling these people security researchers.