You can also do this in C#, although to make it cross platform compatible you'll have to write a PCL to implement the memory management on each platform as the P/Invoke code won't be portable.
The MBR is trivially easy to recreate, you can even do it from a windows install disk without installing windows.
This sounds like some high school student prank.
This is based on FreeBSD, so are they using it's installer?
It's been a while since I've installed freebsd from scratch (freebsd-update from release to release is pretty seamless*) but isn't it still a horrible curses nightmare?
* except for that time that for whatever reason my network driver didn't work after the kernel update until I'd updated the userland libs, forcing me to go find the physical box and dig up a keyboard/monitor for it.
But devs follow the users, and users won't use it without software. So you have to spend money to get the users to want your product first, often that means in-house or subsidised developers to kickstart things (think console exclusives)
The problem is that once you HAVE the users you have to fight not to lose them by pissing them off and making your competitors look good or the developers will jump ship.
Pretty sure he was an undercover agent.
He also gets horribly addicted to the drug in question.
Most of the time arbitrary precision is not necessary and it's easier (and faster) to just use a float. There are times when it matters, but for the most part people aren't doing things where it matters.
The submitter should know better about using integer operations for things that require precision though.
You should have told them to give it a go for a week or so, it takes a little while for your brain to reset it's expectations.
Maybe you should run some post process effects on your cruddy video files then.
Relying on the panel to blur your video file is stupid, what happens when you WANT a sharp line?
1.5mbit adsl is the exact same equipment that runs 8mbit, the only thing is that 1.5mbit can be provisioned reliably at 100% speed whereas the 8mbit sync speed will require a "we will provision your line somewhere between 1.5 and 8, good luck!"
Multiple news reports indicate that, even when turned off, a current cell phone still provides information to track the cell phone. Since many current cell phones have internal batteries, removing the battery is no longer an option to tracking.
Multiple news reports published bullshit!
You are bragging about quick release on something you do at *most* once a year?
Your post is awesome
Way better than the drooling morons that think computers can't possibly drive a car.
I would assume the AI would apply maximum brakes and that's it. A human (especially an experienced driver) could take more extreme action, like going off the side of the road to avoid a head-on collision.
Seriously? "You assume"
Your whole rant smacks of Dunning-Kruger effect.
What makes you think that you are a better driver than a computer? Do you think you are an above average driver? Did you realise that the majority of drivers think they are above average?
I actually just realised that I do have a non-chip card; my American Express. Apparently my particular bank has chosen not to migrate those to chip cards yet, although Amex have done so on their directly issued ones.
Of course since it's "American" Express i'm going to stand by my "it's America's fault" title.
It's about time that US banks caught up with the rest of the world and put chips on all their cards, then we can finally get rid of the magstripes.
While chip&pin has it's security flaws it's way better than the 20 year old magnetic stripe system, in Australia and most of Europe the only reason they still put the stripes on cards is because the cards have to work when people travel to the US.
It's been at least a year since I've seen a reader without chip support in Australia and the only time the magstrip is used is when the chip or contactless read fails.