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I used LLVM but I've used my primary drive for system and the secondary on
At that point, I have deduced that the logical conclusion was popping my Win7 DVD back in.
Interestingly enough, server-grade Linux OSes we use (SLES, SUSE) don't seem to exhibit this behaviour. Still, that matters little for when I can't use them.
I've also seen a test server lose the binary logs COMPLETELY when the power was cut. We had to read the good 'ol
As for text files, they are obviously just backwards-compatibility junks left in so the old crowd doesn't get too noisy. I mean, binary format is the future and should be embraced any any non-reactionary admin, amirite?
Oh, and I loathe facebook. DK lost any appeal to me when they sold out.
the stink over Australis became a fervor almost a year ago in most circles
That. And people also moaned about the chrome-ness and especially the lack of add-on bar since I can recall. What did that feedback accomplish? Exactly nothing. Australis got pushed through anyway, because UI uniformity with the 5" smartphones is the highest priority for a desktop browser everyone uses on 24" displays.
So what should have the users done? Everyone forks Firefox and makes their own variant without the stupid changes?
And seriously, if pointing out flaws in a new design is "ruining the effort" then simply plug your ears and go back to your la-la land where everything is always peachy and your moz-dev gods are infallible.
But whatever floats your boat! Me, I'd prefer a browser that doesn't need patching just because some manager decided to (intentionally) gimp it. So for now, Pale Moon it is... will see what the future brings.