And not knowing the difference between insulting invective and an ad hominem fallacy just proves that you are stupid.
I don't know. Why don't you go look it up and tell us?
Oh, actually studying the science is hard you say? You'd prefer to parrot Heartland Institute talking points? Tough shit. Fuck off, denialist.
My GF introduced me to the show, she had gotten it via a friend of hers (who, unfortunately, did fit the horrible stereotype people have of bronies).
What struck me from the beginning was the obvious knowledge and love the creators have for the classic American cartoons of the 40s and 50s. Most episodes are a straight homage to the works of such luminaries as Tex Avery and Charles Schultz. Given the executive producer, that is no surprise.
I don't generally go for fandom, so I don't self-identify as a brony, and I even had my GF design me a t-shirt with a pony in a Ghostbusters-like traffic sign proclaiming me as 'not a brony'. Which of course does identify me as a fan.
It's a neat show. I'd definitely class it as a modern classic of comedic animation.
No it's not. Note that I qualified my 'should have' with Earth's orbital position. We know how much energy hits that orbital track, and we observe that Earth is warmer, therefore Earth is warmer than it 'should be'.
You deniers don't even try at any pretense to scientific literacy anymore, do you?
In my opinion the habit of bringing up guns and 'teh gubernment is taking away muh rights!!11!' should be classified as a form of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
In fact, I advocate heavily medicating it, preferably with HCN.
So how do you explain that the Earth has a higher average temperature than it should have given its position relative to the sun? Where does that heat come from?
Keyword here is 'if'.
Most attackers will just run every exploit against a service in the hope that one will stick.
Too bad I'm out of mod points.
Linux: I roll out my updates into my Puppet repository. They get rolled out automatically on all subscribed systems, with failures mailed to me.
Really, if you are going to spread FUD, please update your knowledge, you are at least 30 years out of date.
Stop digging yourself deeper by showing you don't understand at all.
ldconfig tells your system where to look for libraries. Libraries on *nix systems are versioned, and can be installed side-by-side. ldconfig doesn't need to differentiate by version, the applications do that.
Granted, if an application requests a library without a version, it will get the latest one, which might break things. But no OS can protect against programmers making decisions like that, and that is something that is easily patched.
But dismissing the entire system of library versioning based on that is showing ignorance. Allow yourself to be educated, instead of trolling with 20-year old FUD.
Shhh. Don't confuse the 'government-conspiracies-everywhere!' libertard with facts.
It's actually begging the question. The prior assumption is that change is something you should not be afraid of, that every change is progress.
Well, that is a perspective that died in the trenches of WWI and the camps of WWII.
Cyber-Ark is not any better at dealing with large groups.
The best way to do it in KeePassX is to set up a separate database per user group; but I agree that currently there is nothing that easily integrates with existing Identity Management systems; I would love to have a decent solution that talks LDAP, for example.
This is taking it off-topic, but in short: it depends on how you define 'similar functionality'. For the practical purposes of sharing privileged passwords, any decent password storage application like KeePassX will do.
Cyber-Ark is specifically created to take away privileged system powers away from admins and put their administration in management's hands. This is why it is almost always pitched at management, not admins themselves.
And the auditing argument is silly, because there already exist methods of tracking the use of privileged accounts without hassling admins.