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What do you recommend for running Linux?
The latest Ubuntu LTS is a good start.
For a C++ development environment?
I really like Code::Blocks, but I'm thinking that wi'll be up to her...
An nVidia GPU helps accelerate the only "gravitational wave" program I've ever run (https://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/). Likely not relevant, but hey you did ask Slashdot.
I'm in the US on AT&T. Out of those vendors (exluding Google) being sold with AT&T subsidy who has *promised* to give you later Android versions? How about on non-flagship devices?
Just in case you were wondering.. (Handled by the Gnome Foundation)
And they let you allocate the money to specific sub-projects..
And slashdot posted a crowdfunding campaign before it was over!
Systemd during a normal boot is doing some detailed logging of the boot process that let's you do a simper version of bootchart. This allows you to find out how long each service took to boot and also do a graph of them.
It's concerned complimentary to the actual bootchart...
is https://ind.ie/pulse/ (was SyncThing).
I'm pretty sure he meant 14.04.2..
I was just using https://www.ssllabs.com/ to check out some financial sites:
amhfcu.org : F, supports insecure SSL 2.0
tdbank.com - A-
republictt.com/ - not the local bank.. apparently uses java..
republicbank.com - powered/provided by intuit - A-
sjfcu.online-cu.com - B - due to not supporting TLS 1.2. (used by likely a few cu)
bankofamerica.com - inconsistent - B, A-
wellsfargo.com - B - due to not supporting TLS 1.2
paypal.com - A- uses mixed content on home page.. really?
secure.ally.com - B - TLS 1.2 capped
https://www.chase.com/ - A-
hsbc.com -asks for login name on insecure website.. otherwise a B
I'm not impressed. My ~$10 a month Dreamhost account can get me a B rating (with SSL kindly provided by https://www.startssl.com/ for free). And if they were running a newer version of Debian, I think it would be an A.
I believe you are thinking of Trademarks.
Just FYI, the DRM is only being added to desktop Firefox. Not Firefox OS at this time (they did somewhat leave this open, but have no plans).
1 year? 2 years? I really want manufacturer's to start having a public EOL date at launch. I'm tired of buying phones and having them go into no-update land...
Can anyone show me some doc on how long the Open C will get official updates for?