I think you've got bigger issues....Very few things still support Mac OS. I don't think Firefox or Chrome ever ran on even on OS 9.
Are the people running unsupported versions of OS X. I guess it's back to firefox on my MBP 1,1 (running OS X 10.6).
You must like setting the system time every time it boots.
How did you manage to post to Slashdot on your 8088 anyway (hope you have the full 640K RAM!)?
Also, I was under the impression that PDF was an open format, just Adobe's reader is closed. PDF will make most people happy.
I'm surprised nobody sad TeX should have been used....
I am extremely aware of the post-transplant requirements and complications, as my father was post-transplant (kidney and pancreas) and towards the end of his life I was one of his main caregivers.
Clearly you don't understand how the disorder works.
You can't 'cure' type I diabetes. Pancreatic transplants are the closest thing we currently have, and they are subject to the same trouble that the native pancreas suffers - destruction of the beta islet cells due to an autoimmune response.
Actually, if you're a type 1, continued eating without insulin will cause massive weight loss. Diabetic Ketoacidosis sucks.
What do you mean we won't see vocal before people before then? Plenty of us are screaming now, because we will matter even less later. You know, because cross platform compatibility was never for any sort of unix based project....(systemd might work fine on Linux, but it doesn't work on anything else. And some software (GNOME) is becoming dependent on it. Not like GNOME has ever been used on other unix operating systems or anything....).
That might be the greatest thing I will read today.
Also, AC's proposal would likely solve any ratings issues that they might have....
Think of it this way - your command is using "rpm -hiv
Microsoft is adding "yum install package" to the options list.
I would imagine build on it.
Except, I don't know, SMF actually works? And doesn't have any false appearances about what it does, or what the developers intentions are?
Considering that we have plenty of choices other then Linux (and a few years to decide), I fail to see the problem. The staff has an inclination towards FreeBSD (because the guys above me love it). UNIX isn't out of the question, AIX, Solaris, or HP-UX could fit the bill just as well.
Or we have learned that you can't argue with Red Hat. As a company we have decided against upgrading to RHEL 7 because of systemd, and likely will be migrating to FreeBSD when it is no longer supported.
I'm waiting for our research team to get bored and start finding holes in systemd