If it has been so well thought out, then why isn't there a parameter available for each service that says "don't automatically restart this if it fails"?
There are times that services WILL fail, and should not be restarted until the underlying problem is fixed.
And that binary log file? absolutely ridiculous, why? so i have to learn a new tool to find out why a service stopped? When before all i had to do was check the last 20 or so lines of a text file.
PC-World reports the first virtual robbery of Bitcoins.
Apparently all a thief requires is to gain access to a single file wallet.dat on your local computer. After that? all you can do is sit back and watch as your virtual currency is transferred to some other anonymous person, in some other currency. Who here hasn't been hit by a virus, or knows someone that has? Are you willing to risk your investments to a single file?
Is there an ETF fund for Bitcoins that I can short?
Are Bitcoins nothing more than a commonly agreed upon hallucination of their intrinsic value?"
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My laptop came with M$-Win, whacked it, installed Linus (funny how he can fit into such a small box eh?), then SIMH available here: http://simh.trailing-edge.com/ and 'lo and behold? I've ALSO got a VAX 11/780 running at nearly 30 VUPS....Linux and VMS running on the same box? what could be better???.....(yep, the VMS install disks work just fine)....Now if I could just get my IMSAI 8080 running again.........