There is *still* no alternative to keyscript in crypttab. Upgrading to systemd trashes a system that relies on smartcards or other hardware to obtain key material for mounting encrypted disks. I wouldn't be this upset, normally - you can imagine that this is just a normal teething problem - except I read through this thread where Lennart seems to doubt the very validity of the entire use-case... I had briefly contemplated seeing if I could contribute to this bug, but the insistence that we should all write C programs (unless you want your initrd to carry python or perl interpreters and all that baggage), for every possible permutation of every key delivery system devisable by admin-kind, made me give up and revert to sysvinit instead.
in 2009, a group of Chinese scientists created a viral strain of flu virus
a viral strain of flu virus
Well, at least it wasn't a... eukaryotic strain of flu virus?
Someone had already planned every path the fireworks were to take, so the spent shells would not land at the wrong place.
However, having hit a quadcopter, a live firework, its payload yet to be spent, could have its trajectory revectored to a viewing area, with likely tragic consequences.
Someone designed that thing to go off a hundred feet up, not spuzzing around under the seats of the audience because it hit something on the way up.
I am sure the safety of the quadcopter was the least of their worries... it is that deflected live firework that I would be worried about.