Sorta off-topic, but in your case you'd probably still be better off switching to a newer system just to cut your electricity and/or AC bill...
I work at a company whose IVR system is still dependent on a pair of Solaris 8 systems.
That whoosh sound is a jet flying 49,000 to 56,000 feet below its normal cruising altitude.
You'll be getting crap for $100-150. Sorry, but you will. Now that being said, I have found a Syma x5C from Banggood for $63.51 CAD and has a 2MB camera. http://www.banggood.com/Syma-X... [banggood.com] and it's not bad for a beginner but it's going to get broken and then you'll be pissed off.
Not as fucking pissed off as he will be when his $400 drone crashes, eats a prop, gets caught in a gust of wind and wanders out to sea, etc. etc. It's much better to start with a $60 Hubsan or Syma and get some inexpensive practice flying in before moving up to something Phantom-level.
I call shenanigans, nobody in their right mind would claim to be interested in selling HP-UX.
Does it fit into the case of an answering machine?
"Still press here, do I?"
CentOS 6 was delayed quite a bit from the corresponding RHEL release, for a variety of reasons. If being an unofficial-official Red Hat project means that CentOS 7 tracks the upcoming RHEL 7 release better, then everybody wins. (Conversely, if they turn into Sunacle, then we're likely moving to Debian.)
Ah, the David Ortiz method.
> the 70 man junket to GarbageCon'13
Can you imagine the cosplay outfits? Yuck.
Given that mobile products seem somewhat more likely to succeed than printed newspapers, this seems a strange decision at best.
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I got it, even if (apparently) nobody else did.
We joke at work that once Oracle, Microsoft, and EMC merge we will have achieved the IT singularity. (At which point, it's already too late.)
"Of course it runs NetBSD."