The malware began to infiltrate the system as early as January 20, but the majority of the attacks began after March 26. UPS says the threat was eliminated as of August 11 and that customers can shop safely at all locations.
What? So the malware had half a year to rumble around?
I like it too, but it's kind of brutal.
Level 0: Rookie
Level 1: Competent for many programming jobs
Level 2: Experienced guy competent for most programming jobs
Level 3: A true genius competent for the most advanced tasks
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I'd love to run Linux as a primary OS, but I've tried all kinds of distros, and there has not been a single desktop environment that felt robust and professional, where things were in places I'd expect and everything just worked without a lot of unnecessary fiddling and looking up of vague error messages.
Same experience here.
If you are like most people nowadays and only need a web browser then Linux is probably sufficient as a desktop OS.
Windows is also sufficient for that...and it also does much, much more.
There's yar problem.
I can already see in my mind how that kind of development system would break after some development package gets upgraded:
In bubblegum-wrapper.py, line 1208:
deb-pkg: Invalid argument: --no-externals
When Windows programs use robust binary interfaces, Linux programs always use this kind of fragile backend scripts.