Difference being that the system is immediately halted if an uncorrectable error is discovered.
I have to say that my experiences with their screening personell have been far less than what would be expected from professionals. They make the TSA look civilized.
What are they supposed to do? Publish a list of files stolen from $_DoD_Contractor's network?
A thousand miles on a tank of gas... Maybe a Sherman full of gas, most certainly not an 80 liter tank (very high estimate).
The best you'll get from an Audi will be around 6 liters/100km (again, very high estimate). That means you'd get roughly 1300km from said tank. So you're some 300km short of those imaginary 1000 miles.
Show me a car that gets 6l/100km *and* has an 80l gas tank and I'll sell you a bridge.
Difference is you can charge it pretty much anywhere where people will give you/sell you electricity. There's no point in swapping a battery if recharge time isn't critical or if it's a significant detour.
You can always go back to his place, bouncy-bouncy!
You could at least *try* to make the joke intelligent, instead of repeating a tired one...
Any modern OS is too complex for a single person to understand.
Windows is especially bad, given that the de facto goal is to maintain as much compatibility as humanly possible - including the antiquated Win32 API.
Starting with Windows 8.1, the tendency is more towards the Unix method of providing several versions of the same thing (much like what was done with the Visual Studio runtimes), presenting applications only the one they claim to target (or the default, which is Windows 7, IIRC). This should allow the API to be "broken" in newer releases, which should allow for better manageability.
Good, because these don't have Helium.
If you absolutely must, use a WiFi bridge. You're certainly within a tiny minority if that is the case.
I'd rather have real problems fixed than WiFi support added.
Ubuntu Server seems to be the standard non-ZFS open source solution. Other, more focused options exist.
Well of course. Only the new versions boot from ZFS and can thus roll back easily.
Actually, FreeNAS 18.104.22.168 and newer abstract it all away. Set up shares, set up their owner(s). Owner configures permissions from a client machine. I believe AD integration works similarly.
If you're using ZFS, prepare for major pain... If you aren't, why on earth would you use FreeNAS?
Way out of date? Compared to what, the FreeBSD nightlies?