Sometime in Jan or Feb 2014, MS should send a patch to XP with a nag popup. The popup will state "XP End of Life April 8, 2014. Please upgrade or you will loose internet connectivity". The number of times this popup appears increases the closer you get to Apr 8. Come April 8, all ports on XP are closed permanently. This illustrates why Open Source OSs are preferable to closed OSs. With Linux/*BSD... one can, if desired and have the knowledge, patch it themselves if they need to run a very old release of a system.
I think the hardest part of the install is disk partitioning, if you opt for a full install you will have a fully functional working system. All you need to do is run useradd after the install and your are ready. Anyway I understand what you mean by 'useto', for me I am very much use to Slack and haven't tried a different distro in a very long time
Dies that mean the Syrian Electronic Army is at the Crazy Eddie Point ?
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blacksmith ? You had a blacksmith. Back in my day we would have to take over a village, group people in sets of 8. Hands at the side was 0, hands raised was 1. Bit complement was always fun to watch
From what I have read, RedHat 7 is suppose to use Gnome 3, one or many articles: http://www.serverwatch.com/server-trends/the-future-of-red-hat-enterprise-linux-7.html
SHUT UP -- SHUT UP
lovely slack wonderful slack........
SHUT UP -- SHUT UP
Still using Slackware as my main OS
Please see this for FreeBSD: http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?t=25723
Well I entered in "Go to my office and look at the post-it on my terminal" and it said that will take "4.97 hundred billion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion centuries"
Many of the arguments here points to the fact having a lot of choice is good. Seems proprietary OSs these days are fast are accelerating towards 'walled gardens'. For instance, I am still using a GUI interface I have been using for well over 15 years, but now on a 64 bit Linux. There are some worry some trends in Linux regarding to GUI interfaces, but for now and for quite a number of years, I will still be able to use that ancient interface on modern Linux systems. So, no matter what the distro you use, it is not too difficult to change to a different Window Manager or Desktop if you really want to.
same here, I would have chosen funny, thought it was hilarious
years ago I ran across this, I thought it was quite good and I am sure it is somewhat forgotten http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Nitrogen_Fix
Do you know anyone who worked prior to 1910 ? When I was young I did, maybe you would enjoy your 16 hour days, 6 days a week, no paid time off, work to you die, no paid sick time, loose your job, you starve environment. Seems with your "fire / hire" statement that is were you want to go to. Me I would prefer other solutions then 'fire and hire at a lower rate'. That would end up becoming a never ending cycle until we are back to 1900.
That is my concern, I do not come close to 250g a month, but seems people will start paying to see ads in the near future. Also, once limits are imposed, they seem to slowly shrink over the years. Easy enough to block some ads but may end up in a arms race similar to email and spam
I would want a refund for any ads eating bandwidth and I will call the ISP if I ever start approaching the limit
I agree, I have been thinking the same thought for quite a while. Did not know about the migration, but I believe most of the population in Siberia are closer culturally to China/Mongolia that Russia. I almost think that area has a greater potential of nuclear war than any other place in the world. Esp as resources get hard to come by and with its Arctic Sea border, oil comes into play.