Suggest you contact EFF for expert guidance.
I was thinking the same thing. Of course that *was* more than 40 years ago...
What does that order actually say? I suspect it's like tax legislation -- full of loopholes and special favors.
(the person who wrote this script works for Red Hat...)
... this approach doesn't work at all with RHEL5.5 Server. Even the root user is not allowed to mkdir in
# mkdir cgroup
mkdir: cannot create directory `cgroup': Operation not permitted
Frankly I was a bit surprised by this response. Perhaps it's an old kernel thing. After all, RHEL5 is just Fedora 6 dressed in a tuxedo.
Does that much paper pulp exist in Australia?
Wouldn't that be like racing whales?
A year ago there were no IT jobs anywhere but the Washington DC metro. Yesterday a recruiter in Boston told me both coasts have recovered, but they're having real trouble finding qualified secure system engineers to fill jobs in the midwest.
"Robot Controlled By A Rat Brain"
The Italian-language web site listed in the original source seems to have no free content. Click on either of the two paintings on that page and you'll be hit up for an 89 Euro subscription (?) fee.
If Blago didn't bribe a juror, then someone else did. Not the first time that's happened in Chicago, and it won't be the last. A lot of politicians from Chicago seem to think the only thing that can hurt them is Kryptonite.
I am not a lawyer, but I'd sure like to read what Lawrence Lessig and EFF might have to say about this.
As an American I don't pretend to understand the fine points of the Australian political system. From my viewpoint many time zones away, however, those politicians do seem hell-bent on returning Australian citizens to their historic status as Crown convicts banished to Botany Bay on trumped up charges in a guilty-until-proven-innocent legal system. I'm damned glad I'm not living there.
If drinking this stuff turns you into a Fearless Leader look-alike, make mine hemlock.
There have been many many improvements and plenty of new features added. Listing just a few (doing no justice to the complete change set)
— Many new toolbar icons.
— Support for alpha blending in image lists.
— Much more complete shader assembler.
— Support for Arabic font shaping and joining.
— A number of fixes for video rendering.
— Font anti-aliasing configuration through fontconfig.
— Improved handling of desktop link files.
Win64 support is the milestone that marks this release.
Please test your favorite applications for problems and regressions and let the Wine team know so fixes can be made before the final release. Find the release candidate here."
Link to Original Source