The main article is statistically inaccurate. The scan is in reality only 5% reliable if I remember rightly. It is only 90% effective when it comes to real positives, but the prevalence of false positives is so high as to remove any efficacy.
I have been programming for one year, sysadminning for the better part of ten years. Not a single programming day goes by where I am not working with mathematics. Sometimes it is low level stuff A + B
Yes, math is important for the really interesting stuff.
Get yourself a good business-level machine. We've got the above, using 3rd party ink wax blocks. We just replaced an 8200n with an 8560 after 5 years and 120,000 pages. Our older 8560 is sitting at 80,000 pages and just had a stripped nylon gear replaced. Good machine, it does color, and is fast if you choose the right mode. Just don't laminate anything that comes out of it, unless you can do cold lamination.
Why do you say that? Directional antenna would mean that the drone would only "listen" for communications coming from the positions of other nodes in the mesh network. Unless the enemy can put jammers all around, including in the air and above the drone aircraft, at least some comm would get through.
Right. Maintaining proper antenna orientation during a dogfight is going to be fun... Besides even directional antennas are susceptible to off-axis jamming as long as you jack up the power.
One time pad encryption means the enemy can't hijack the drone.
The size of the one-time pads determines the maximum amount of data you can send. That seriously limits their usefulness, especially in this type of application (network communication). Anyway, encryption is not the weak point of drones (except in movies).
Good luck with that.
Sharing the shower doesn't help since we tend to run it longer when we do.
You just couldn't resist slipping that in there, could you?
Depending on how uniform your servers are, keep one version of CentOS and one version of Ubuntu running in a VM, and have these notify you when updates are available. When updates are available, test against these VMs, and do the local repository thing suggested by another person here. Do one system at a time to make sure something doesn't kill everything at once.
Web based apps with admin privs are fine as long as they're only accessable via the intranet, strongly passworded, and no one else knows they're there. If you need to do remotely, VPN in to the site, and SSH into each box. You're an Administrtor, start administratorizing. Some things just shouldn't be automated.
Now my downloading of Linux ISO's and pre-release movies is going to be mingled with horse porn. Just what I always wanted.
and this got modded informative?
What more could I want? Ability to import Access
We've got a few business critical apps built solely in Access. I am working on moving the backend out of Access and into MySQL, but the frontend has to stay in Access (Not my decision). That in itself is quite a task, as I'm re-writing all our code anyways, but my wishlist includes Access integration into OO.org.
As an aside, I use OO.org at home, on a Debian box, and find it more than sufficient for my needs.
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