https://github.com/astrada/goo... FUSE filesystem for gdrive
It's pretty easy su - vi
188.8.131.52 somehost :wq!
The reason public space is used on the inside of corporate networks is for mergers. Its a hell of a lot easier because you don't have to run any crazy dual nat type setups due to the fact that two companies both used the same private space and then were merged together.
Cisco Nexus and Arista switches can both do 10G/40G line rate ipv6 route/switching.
It depends on your genes. There are different caffeine metabolization genes depending on which you have caffeine may be significantly worse for you. https://www.23andme.com/health/Caffeine-Metabolism/
The defense numbers seem suspiciously low even after I factor for the fact that they don't include veterans benefits or the interest on defense spending in the defense category.
eldavojohn writes "The ACLU has recently identified Network Neutrality a key free speech issue and said in a lengthy PDF report: 'Freedom of expression isn't worth much if the forums where people actually make use of it are not themselves free. And the Internet is without doubt the primary place where Americans exercise their right to free expression. It's a newspaper, an entertainment medium, a reference work, a therapist's office, a soapbox, a debating stand. It is the closest thing ever invented to a true "free market" of ideas.' The report then goes on to argue that ISPs have incentive and capability of interfering with internet traffic. And not only that but the argument that it is only 'theoretical' are bogus given they list ten high profile cases of it actually happening. If the ACLU can successfully argue that Net Neutrality is a First Amendment Issue then it might not matter what businesses (who fall on either side of the issue) want the government to do."
ZuchinniOne writes "With Ubisoft's fantastically awful new DRM you must be online and logged in to their servers to play the games you buy. Not only was this DRM broken the very first day it was released, but now their authentication servers have failed so absolutely that no-one who legally bought their games can play them. 'At around 8am GMT, people began to complain in the Assassin's Creed 2 forum that they couldn't access the Ubisoft servers and were unable to play their games.' One can only hope that this utter failure will help to stem the tide of bad DRM."
I must have missed the part of the 1st amendment that allows an exception for "Secret" information. These people swore an oath to uphold the Constitution. By even bringing this up they are breaking their oath.
OK now you are switching the subject. I said it works in Linux not Ubuntu. Specifically it works on Gentoo(My guess is that it probably works on quite a few other distros as well). If you want to cherry pick a distribution that it doesn't work on you could probably be right about just about anything not working on Linux.
So what you are saying is an OS that hasn't even been released supports it. Linux has had support since June 10, 2009. In my book that means Linux beat them by 4 months. Also it does work on Linux all you need is 2.6.30 and Xorg 7.5(possibly compiz too I don't remember) Just because you aren't intelligent enough figure it out doesn't mean that it doesn't work.
Since when? Almost all new SATA controllers support AHCI. AHCI supports hot add and hot remove. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Host_Controller_Interface
You probably shouldn't tell others that they are full of shit when you are also spouting BS. I know for a fact that Linux has multi touch support in 2.6.30.
cciechad writes "All, It is with sadness that we as Trustee's bring forward this news that we have recently received. Ferris Ellsworth McCormick, better known as fmccor, has passed away unexpectedly on the 5th of August. His family does not wish to be contacted. We have expressed our gratitude for his contributions on behalf of the Community. Ferris studied mathematics in college at Indiana University, graduating in 1968 with a Bachelor of Arts. Later he entered into the Law school at the University of Michigan, earning his Juris Doctor degree in 1991. He passed the bar in Michigan that same year and has continued to be an actively certified Lawyer with the State of Michigan since then. He was also a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Ferris joined Gentoo on April 16th 2004 as part of the sparc team and improved sparc support for the entire open source community. Within a year he also joined the Developer Relations team to help with mediation of any issues that might come up between people. As time went on Ferris continued to expand and assist Gentoo in many ways including assisting with the User Relations team and growing to become the Strategic Manager of the sparc project. Finally, he became a trustee and the Vice President of the Foundation assisting in getting the foundation back into good standing. While it is too late to say in person, the Foundation would like to thank Ferris once again for all that he did for both Gentoo and the Open source community. He will be missed. Please join the community in eulogizing Ferris in our forums here"
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