Can you find me an example of a hole in SELinux? Even one? I don't mean a flaw in policy affecting some distros, but an actual flaw in the subsystem?
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Yeah but just wait... The decade isn't quite over yet. One more year to go.
We have a picture of it right? Seriously what if every time somebody did something new that spot was forbidden to be stepped on again? asinine. What if nobody as allowed to visit the beach of Columbus's first landing sites? BFD, send a plaque or something and stop wasting your time worrying about whether a footprint is going to disappear someday. It will.
That video.....that reporter. I cannot believe her idiocy. The fascism guy was a little inarticulate and I wish he could have explained himself better.
I also wish I had remembered the tea party. I filed back in Jan so it completely slipped my mind.
Another cheap solution (same actually just another way to find it) is to go to the hardware store and pick up the backing used for shower stalls. It's the same material as the "official"(tm) white boards but for about 1/10th the cost.
Go back to you BBS, and Gopher protocols. We've no more use for you here.
Anything in the politically incorrect series is pretty good.
That's the name of it's software repo.
I'm on ubuntu using virtualbox and win 7 won't get on the network at all. hmmmm
Surprisingly, I know a bunch* of people like that. I used to work at a newspaper where the sysamdins of certain systems were required to be able to know how to mke ads and whatnot. Thankfully I wasn't one that needed to know that because I'm terrible with graphics.
So the pipes are clean then?
btw can't they 'rollback' the changes to the DB?
meh it's easy to circumvent though isn't it? Couldn't Apple just say that os x is nextstep rebranded and next owned the copyright on openstep. Since pple owns all next trademarks os x has therfore been trademarked since 1989 (or whateer). Sorry if this is ignorant IANAL.
Hey man welcome back. I too have been wondering how things have been going lately.
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