No environment. Compiz does just fine for a window manager.
Did you read the code? The exploit does not allow the attacker to choose an arbitrary offset. Only an arbitrary size up to 64k (i.e. not unbounded, either). The memory obtained is always adjacent to where the heartbeat request packet was stored.
They already have your MAC address anyway if you are sending packets to them. The address is only valid on the link.
And then? Others?
English is not one of your fields of expertise.
Not everyone can justify spending that much money on a dual Xeon server.
And everybody must have the same usage patterns as you right? Unless you're "stress testing the latest and greatest PC games"? LOL
Just because you don't have demanding applications doesn't mean other people don't. Games aren't the only scenario.
LOL. Let me know how long your laptop can sustain my desktop clock frequencies before throttling. It may have the same chip, but it sure doesn't have the same POWER.
Where is the scientific literature that says our body does not have an enzyme to break artificial trans links? All I see is articles that say natural trans fats do not have the same effects in our diet as artificial trans fats, but no explanation about some supposed missing enzyme.
I also strongly support the right of individuals to decide what they do and do not want to support with their money.
Including when it comes to taxes?
Made my day.
... phone that provide
Thanks for playing. Better luck next time.
I can't parse this sentence. The authors badly needed an editor.
"Finally, with the sample once again of children with clinically elevated attention decit symptoms and with regards to bullying behavior only trait aggression (b =
My brain seg-faults after "along with".
Buy coffee now AND later. When you have no retirement savings, someone ELSE will pay for it, guaranteed!
The part about encrypted radio firmware is lame. If you can't make calls from Ubuntu, it's not an "Ubuntu" phone, it's a phone that can also be turned into a less useful tablet-style device.
I don't care so much if the FSF doesn't like the Ubuntu Edge. I'm OK with closed-source software being on the phone.
I never cared much for smart phones, and I didn't even own one until last year when a friend gave me a bricked LG model. It really bothered me that a modern computer could be "bricked" and I couldn't even fix it without importing a Medusa jtag box with illegal software (under the DMCA).
This is why I was interested in the Ubuntu Edge. An open source boot loader would be awesome.
Were the following questions by the FSF ever answered?
"Will the Ubuntu Edge versions of both Android and Ubuntu contain or rely on any proprietary software or proprietary firmware?"
"Will the Ubuntu Edge include any Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) software?"
"Will the device's bootloader be free software?"
"Will the device have Restricted Boot, or will users be able to replace the operating system with a free one of their choice?"
"Will Ubuntu Edge include F-Droid, the free software Android application repository, as part of a commitment to promote and recommend only free software?"