Building storage with hard drives doesn't get you an article on Slashdot (or CNN); pretending you're going to build storage out of optical discs does.
If you don't want to maintain a system, then don't deploy it. Either pay someone to maintain it for you, or plan to maintain it yourself. You seem to want to be a hero and give unknowing non-technical users a complex system and then abandon it because it takes too much time.
With the amount of porn I consume, a discreet audio card is critical.
A third party has created an auto-update app.
- If a change is security related, and obviously needed, then why wasn't it made earlier? Didn't that make a mockery of all the "many eyes" arguments oft touted in favor of Open Source?
"Many eyes" rarely helps; you need to get the right eyes to look at a bug. If you follow vulnerabilities, you'll notice a handful of people find most of the bugs. The main advantage of open source is that the code is available for those eyes to view.
Does OpenVMS still require the byzantine workarounds that were in OpenSSL, or can it compile modern software without substantial changes?
I think part of the problem is that the OpenSSL developers are publishing code paths that they never test; this was tedu@'s original frustration when trying to disable the OpenSSL internal memory management; there was a knob to turn that nobody had tested, and the code was too hard to read to make the bug obvious.
If there's a demand for OpenVMS SSL libraries, they obviously can continue to use OpenSSL, or someone can re-port this new SSL library.
It's kind of funny: I don't think any of these interviews have any responses from their subjects. Ask away! Then forget.
But contrast to Germany or Japan, where trade policy promotes local industry. Their economies are doing great, with good wages and benefits
Except Japan had/has that whole "Lost Decade" thing going on. I guess it depends on how you define "economy doing great".
Yes, the SEC did a great job of preventing those frauds from occurring, instead of swooping in after it all fell apart.
I can't wait until Ford starts making hybrid fusion cars. We only have a couple of years to make Mr. Fusion happen.
So, can Dubya resist pushing the big red button? The jolly candylike button?
That is not correct. Win8 will install just fine, but all the Modern UI apps will refuse to start. Which no one runs anyway.
I stand corrected. I don't recall why I thought that, maybe I listened to the Upgrade Assistant. Is anything missing from the OS with Modern UI disabled? Perhaps low-resolution screens are a feature...
WSUS Offline may solve your problem.
Fits just fine on my EeePC, although I upgraded the memory and drive as soon as I bought it. It actually runs quite well. Win8 won't fit though, as they artificially block installation if you don't have at least 768 pixels high.
I recently hired a security analyst at my company. I had the opposite problem; almost everyone I interviewed worked at larger companies, and only had narrow experience with specific software products. I was looking for (and eventually found) someone who was more of a generalist "hacker" type. I don't really care if you've used X antivirus and Y SIEM for ten years because that's what your boss purchased, I care how you solve problems.