Imagine your VM being infected just because the hosting server is infected. In most cases, even if a server is infected, the VM remains in a relatively clean state. Now, just because you're hosted on an infected server, you can get rooted.
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They make it easy to browse and discover content. They also have suggestions (if you like this, you might like that). Certainly they have a top N list, but it's certainly not as important to have your book in the top N as it is on an app store.
1) Pick 1024 victims
2) Pick 1 volatile stock
3) To 512 victims, say the price will go up, to the others, say it will go down
4) Wait 5 days, then pick the half which were right
5) GOTO 2 (ok, you could use recursion instead, or a loop)
6) When you get to 8 victims, point out that you've been 100% accurate 6 times in a row and get them to invest a lot of money
I bet if the platinum cylinder were in orbit, the weight would be way off from 2.2 lbs. It would still be a Kg though (not accounting for missing mass discussed in the NIST article).
I agree, not really headline news.
WTF is a gym?
A Beowulf cluster of exercise bikes. Duh.
Nice way to promote the app (but shame on the
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 6562 YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM google-chrome
But you are right, I can't find any app called keystone.
% man getpagesize
... The function getpagesize() returns the number of bytes in a page, where a "page" is the thing used where it says in the description of mmap(2) that files are mapped in page-sized units.
I guess you can decipher this, but perhaps they should use a weaker cipher for writing docs.
gb = 1024**3
tb = 1024**4
mem = int(raw_input("Enter your machine's RAM in GB: ")) * gb
cat = 114*tb
print 'The cat has %d times more RAM than you' % (cat/mem)
I have run Jaunty, Hardy, Dapper, FC, and other distributions without any issues on the same VM, so my suspicions are that it might be something with KK. But I don't know for certain.
I have faith that the final release of KK will work swimmingly and I look forward to it.