Yes, there have been legal judgments... Doesn't make them right.
They're not random people on the internet, hence they may be wrong
BTW, you CAN buy a Dell without Windows, you just have to order it that way, their business division sells them.
They only sell a few modem without operating systems, i.e. no laptops in europe.
Seriously, with NAT, you have a possibility of 64512 unique devices behind the router, you can port-forward any of them, and even use UPNP should you use to (not that I would).
TBH, I like the fact that my router is the only device facing the public network (security wise).
I like the fact that you think it provides any security. Just ask yourself this question: when I contact a server outside the NAT, how does it get back to me? Is there any special reason that prevents someone else to do the same?
I've had to remote Firefox too,
You're doing it wrong! Just set up an ssh tunnel and tell firefox to use it as sock proxy. This works seamlessly
Quick - when was Hardy Herring? Did you have to go look?
I completely agree with this. I'm do not use Ubuntu regularly, but sometimes I have to help people who do. I do not know the names by hearth, I guess I can just do cat
To be fair, there is the same exact problem with Debian. It is true that Debian only has had like 6 releases since the beginning of time, but it adds the extra complexity layer of calling them stable, unstable and testing. So, let's check if debian 5.0 support this.. no information. Let's try if google for lenny returns something? Nope. Ok, let's see google for "debian stable" then manually check every result to see if it was published between 2009 and 2011.
Can the Linux Foundation set up a definition where things just have to be in certain locations, regardless of distro, and certain commands that just have to work, regardless of distro?
If you think that zero is Egyptian, than why not claim it is prehistorical? Indeed the first cave men already had the concept of nothing, zero wife, zero food but zero lions in sight. The Egyptian zero is "just" a reference on a distance scale; it marks the transition from zero meaning "nothing" to zero meaning "the reference"; great stuff but not yet there.
The digit zero, used in positional notation, is indeed Indian, as you correctly but partially quoted later. It is a fundamental advancement as it makes algebraic computation dramatically easier. Its actually what allows the transition from geometry-based mathematics, like in ancient Greece, to algebra-based mathematics, like in the Arabic world during the middle ages. And then all the way down to the Turing machine, which performs a minimal set of read/save and algebraic operation necessary to solve any decidable problem.
Sorry, the number zero was an created 3700 years ago, and not in India.
Sorry, but you're wrong, racist, and fat.
I'm trying to think a India's business, or cultural contrabutions (sic) to humanity in general;
Like, literally, the number zero. Half of the binary digits where invented in India. The other half in Africa.