You can light steel wool with a common cigarette lighter. We should definitely stop making firetrucks out of steel.
It has an automatic versioning filesystem (Files-11)...
Far as I can tell there isn't really a 'modern' filesystem that does this. Because what you need is for no one to have to think about doing it. Save the file, done. w/ Files-11 it gets a version number appended and if it's important enough to recover I'm sure someone would manage to figure out how to dig up the older revision that they want.
Because the photography market is strong as ever from my viewpoint, both for professional photographers that don't feel the need to upgrade kit that's good enough to do what they're doing and the same for hobbyists. It's those pesky home users that just want to feel like they're saving memories by snapping with their cell phones you're not going to entice to buy a separate camera. It's just one more thing left in the closet after you get sick of lugging it around.
Every company I worked for had a specific retention policy. What they didn't have is any automated means of enforcement.
While a central server hack will get the stuff that's most easily handled automatically, lawsuits get to dig into the ugly bits that are still hanging out on the laptops of the employees waiting to be discovered.
So we're already engineering the climate, and doing it without a clue as to what the changes we've been making (and are still making) will ultimately end in. Do we really know enough to try adding yet more crap to the original pile of crap in order to cancel out the whole pile?
She dislikes the look of the SMS app and I haven't found a 3rd party that's not following the new Material design...
She dislikes the stupidly separated calling and contact management. Can't edit a contact from the dialer list... WHY? Long press does nothing at all so there's no reason it couldn't just keep the original function. Then from the Contacts list it's more presses/steps to make a call or send a text than it used to be.
And so on and so on...
So what's the better answer: Pricing themselves out of some markets, or making less money by pricing for the lowest common denominator? I'm more than happy to take cheaper prices, but I don't invest in media stocks...
In fact, all my browser is saying right now in the status line is
3x 140mm rosewill pwm fans for the case
1x 120mm couger pwm fan for the hsf
gigabyte g1 gtx 970
this thing is silent even when gaming. only time i hear the fans is when the system posts and gooses to full speed for a couple seconds.
pardon the lack of a shift key synergy is messing with me today.
Why do we need this? I've been in unix for over 20 years and never even heard of kill -1.
Use fetchmail to pull from their account, drop it in their "inbox" managed by dovecot and create a whitelist via sieve (mail filter). You might even be able to get sieve to do that whole 'exec by email' thing if you want.
The real key here is that what they see in their 'inbox' is only what you allow them to see since you're dropping everything except your approved From addresses (or similar criteria).
Option 2: switch to snail mail and cancel their ISP account.
About the only time I get up when "normal" people do is when I fly west a couple timezones for a short trip.
How many of these land on ebay? Does Google have a way to prevent that? (not interested, so no I didn't read the bloody linked article)
You have to wait, but compared to this it's worth it.
Started with Slackware in 93/94 (I think, just remember a ton of floppies and I definitely used Slack back then, just don't know that I started with a distro, this was kernel
I know I played with Yggdrasil (that became SuSE, right?)
After that everything is pretty hazy, but I spent many years on Debian then switched to Gentoo a couple years ago.
On the other hand I professionally support RedHat and OL (and any other enterprise flavor should something broken come up).