... Cashing out
... Cashing out
Couldn't say it better myself.
Systemd is simply re-re-re-implementing the wheel with barely any breakthroughs in something really innovative.
SELinux is not a distribution of Linux. This is a security tool (kernel level). Do a research.
Yep, with assembly is a breeze to keep the system secure.
I say this to all. Social media is for those who want to use it. Whatever the usage might be, it's a choice.
Bragging about not being in social media only makes you look passÃ, and you probably are anyway as tech and knowledge moves way to fast for us to keep up. You can try all you want but the fact is that you will be obsolete by the time you finish reading this message.
Enjoy your life at your private cabin, off-the-grid, and keep feeding the bears. Your time is only important to yourself.
Time to move off gmail. Good write up.
As someone who was taught C++ as a way to introduce one to programming in college, I have to agree.
Later, many years later in fact, when I discovered C, I was a much happier person. Everything is so much simpler in C starting with the syntax and ending with compiler optimization and debugging.
So wait... 15.04 was supposed to get systemd and now they activate it and you think it shouldn't be activated until
I don't see your argument as valid. However, this is slashdot and you can rant all you want.
You are misled. This is well tested. Now it's just making it official.
I started using Vivid months ago and manually switched to this atrocity. It worked well but I still want to be a contrarian and protest it.
It works and it's smooth but I hate that it works well and it works smoothly.
I do not care about windows but I have to agree that these icons aren't even modern, whatever that means.
... To their own opinion.
Get off my lawn
Extremely well said!
And your qualifications for telling me what not to do are...?
Gtk3 is a fine, general purpose, toolkit that helps you solve a plethora of problems quickly. In addition, Gtk3 is used extensively behind corporate environments' doors to deliver good quality software for its users.
Thanks for the advise but I reserve the right to make my own choices.
Were there fewer fools, knaves would starve. - Anonymous