Heresy! Alpha 64 is the bestest ever.
> I'm not sure why Slashdot is bothering to cover a distro whose claim to fame is ripping off somebody elses design
Because covering only xerox workstations would be painfully boring.
Another thing not mentioned is that ammonia and a lot of other useful fertilizing substances are quite prevalent in
Man, what a pathetic troll style. Go to usenet and learn.
> That's why Bitcoin needs regulation
Regulation doesn't stop scams, it merely makes them more creative. Let's regulate 'till only lawyers can own a business? Scams could be not prevented but undone, by total transparency and traceability, which is easier to implement than you think ("the books have no trace of transactions involving you and this thing? then you don't own it").
But, unfortunately, transparency would expose powerful people and their tricks, so the powerful people allow STASI-like spying and your children groped at the airport, so you rebel and seek comfort in privacy. Checkmate, you lose.
I am against BTC regulation because every time you earn something real or money, from bitcoin or whatever, you should put it in the tax form else you're being dishonest. BTC, like virtual game goodies, fall in this category IMHO.
You look at trees and miss the forest. Bash deals with unix commands and tools, that means that if I need OOP i can do it in the scripting language of choice, which comes in a no strings attached license. It also means that a one liner can produce a mastered standard video dvd with a transcoded and trimmed video clip.
When a civil airliner went down near Ustica, the amount of disinformation and cover up was so extensive that western governments cannot claim they have always had higher standards. The moral responsibility of Italian, US, and possibly other EU countries towards the victims with regards to the truth is there no matter which theory you agree more with.
I see what you redid here.
Indeed debian has extended support for debian 6, we are on debian 7, but systemd-logind is the only thing installed.
On the other hand it is entrenched like the monster in Alien.
# aptitude purge libsystemd-login0
Uh oh sorry I have another one.
For you slashdotters, the two return codes of the experiment:
0: "There is no life here".
1: "There used to be life here, too bad I crashed into it".
> It's hard to program a machine based on logic to produce complete bullshit.
Why reinvent the wheel? use Windows.
Well alpinelinux is already a bit on that route.
Ok so original poster trolled tongue in cheek, grandparent replied seriously, you predict he'd be modded down and he is. Congrats, but you should have wooshed him too.
I also recall having heard about intel procs having a peculiar remote access measure, if that's true of course. Not that you could trust a processor named INTEL anyway