You can disable it. On freebsd, add to
You can disable it. On freebsd, add to
You're wrong. There are still stations with midgrade tanks and fuel terminals still blend midgrade for loading.
It likely has a difficult to use clutch. Higher torque requires more force from the pressure plate and/or less clutch surface area (to increase pressure per area).
There are some solutions tho: in low gears, retard the timing, open wastegates to limit boost, scale or limit the throttle map.
I first saw Linux on a public access show. John Maddog Hall was on, demo'ing linux/alpha, on I believe an 21164 @ 600mhz, (64bit, but little-endian - seemed weird and exciting to me). There was also an Mklinux demo, Irix on an O2, and a Sun box (my memory of back then is hazy tho).
Having finally gotten a handed-down 7100/80, I installed mklinux. I quickly discovered a bad simm causing fs corruption (explained the random mac os 8 lockups too). Pretty white-on-blue console, just like QNX. Once it was working, it was onto dial-up. The amic serial driver was making a function call for every byte copied into the ring buf. I in-lined it and got about 2x less cpu load. That also helped when irc kiddies smurf attacked. For syn floods, I modded a firewall patch to rate limit syn's and icmp.
Later on, I was finally was able afford my dream machine: a dual 21264 @ 833mhz, on a UP2000 mobo. (Before that, I had a 600au miata tower.)
I made a minor fix to the palcode call in the reboot/shutdown switch statement, in linux (accepted by Alan Cox). Tho he rejected my patch to check for MD partitions for raid auto-detech (wanted proof that 0xfd or whatever it was, wasn't used by osf/1 already). That issue still pops up on the linux-alpha list.
I still have my old 7100/80, with a working 5v source jumped to the adb line that went bad. Maybe someday I'll reinstall DR2.1 just for fun. I still have the CD.
We can just issue more negative-returning debt to pay for this. We're already trillions in the hole, so let's see just how much debt it takes to destroy an economy.
How did he calculate his speed? What were the reference points? What a useless article.
If those tariffs were in place those workers' current jobs would never have existed! They would be even worse off. They choose to work those jobs because they are better than any alternatives they had. Labor laws are a luxury. Rich countries can afford them and shift work to less developed countries. Those countries in turn develop over time (unless prevented by bad government, war, or other stupidity). The only hope these people have of achieving what we have (including stricter labor laws) is to use their current situation to their advantage to build wealth and industry.
Your idea of tariffs would condemn them. That is immoral to them and immoral to us (artificially increasing costs). Not to mention the fact that your tariffs do not go to the works at all. They would bear the entire cost but receive no benefit. A do-gooder policies like that is shallow, stupid, and actually counter-productive.
If you don't know anything, don't post. File sizes in every mainstream OS have byte granularity. Block size is irrelevant.
Maybe 85min was covered other things.
If your idea of efficiency is mpg (which is stupid when comparing different fuels), then yes it's much less efficient. If you want power from high compression, it's better than gasoline (much higher knock and detonation temperature thresholds). The real measure is mile per dollar, which is much lower with ethanol from corn vs gasoline, even before you take into account the rent-seeking scum bags who use corrupt politicians to steal tax money (subsidies).
As if the economy isn't in bad enough shape, let's redirect billions towards another thing that's completely unnecessary. Who cares, we won't have to pay for it, our grandkids will. Since reckless spending and investment was the problem, let's do even more of it see how well that works out.
When will people learn there is not an endless supply of money for the government to spend? There are limits to how much you can steal from the future.
So you think massive spending on unnecessary things is good? Please explain how taking peoples' hard earned money and giving it to people who don't deserve it (ie, reckless spending) improves the economy.
Government spending (and laws) create misallocation of natural resources (including labor time). Of course, "misallocation" is a matter of opinion but most of the pork is obvious.
Loan-department manager: "There isn't any fine print. At these interest rates, we don't need it."