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Comment: Re:Not UNIX like anymore (Score 1) 810

by segedunum (#47765695) Attached to: Choose Your Side On the Linux Divide

Forget what nonsense other people spout about systemd (like that is is a binary, proprietary xml blob made by the NSA/The Greys/Cthulu) and start learning about it in a proper way.

I'm afraid you're just trying to cloud the systemd nonsense with nonsense of your own, which is a classic tactic of the passive aggressive way in which the systemd crew deal with things.

Comment: Re:My opinion on the matter. (Score 1) 810

by segedunum (#47765321) Attached to: Choose Your Side On the Linux Divide

You don't have to use journald - that is the point. Or at least you can set it to non-persistant storage so it doesn't exist outside of /run, and the only logs you look at after a reboot are the ones stored by your syslog.

I don't understand what this is supposed to mean. They are an integrated whole. You can't just swap out for syslog otherwise you'll face a heck of a lot of corner cases.

Comment: Smells (Score 1) 579

by segedunum (#47703059) Attached to: Munich Reverses Course, May Ditch Linux For Microsoft

The newspaper reports that about 80% of all Munich city workers use LiMux at the office, and that, according to Schmid, many of those workers are “suffering.”

So after well over ten years they've now just discovered that users are suffering? Microsoft are moving their headquarters to Munich? Pull the other one.

Comment: Re:Hamas are Terrorists (Score 1) 402

by segedunum (#47599403) Attached to: The High-Tech Warfare Behind the Israel - Hamas Conflict

No, that's not it at all. The Zionist enterprise was about creating a Jewish state, but that term does not mean what you think it means. It is not about creating a state only for Jewish (religion) people, but about creating a national home for the Jewish people. That phrasing is actually the subtitle of the Zionist charter.

Which means Israel is not, and was never meant to be, a Jews only state. If you want to claim otherwise, please provide references.

That's possibly one of the most creative descriptions of the Israeli state I have ever read, but then Israel and Jewish people

The reason I would not agree to an indiscriminate return is not because I don't like to see Arabs around (I wouldn't buy a home where I did were that the case). It's because that would turn Israel into an Arab state (i.e. - it would replace one nation's state with another).

The fact that you're talking in those terms of an 'Arab' and an 'Israeli' state betrays what you and the rest of us know to be true.

Comment: Re: Hamas are Terrorists (Score 1) 402

by segedunum (#47598585) Attached to: The High-Tech Warfare Behind the Israel - Hamas Conflict

Genocide? Really?

Yes really. Bombing the shit out of schools, repeatedly, to the point where it looks less like collateral damage and more like systematic targetting of civilians and children and ethnic cleansing is not acceptable.

What's ironic is Jewish people should be acutely more aware of this than most.

Comment: Re:Poor Israel (Score 1) 402

by segedunum (#47598561) Attached to: The High-Tech Warfare Behind the Israel - Hamas Conflict
Ahhhh, yes, the pesky subject of 'who fired what' first. I'm pretty sure that dealing with rocket attacks, which miraculously start to increase whenever Israel conducts a 'military' operation, does not justify the genocide of innocent civilians and children.

Israel needs to be careful and Jews everywhere need to reject this otherwise we'll end up with the kind of anti-Semitism we really don't want.

Comment: Re:Advantages? (Score 1) 146

by segedunum (#47574237) Attached to: Comcast Carrying 1Tbit/s of IPv6 Internet Traffic

The so-called "privacy extensions" address this, though seemingly not by design, but simply because the dumb fucks behind "privacy extensions" provided something useful. Basically, in Linux for example, the kernel will choose a new random IPv6 address every day, and keep old ones for seven days. It always uses the newest one for outgoing connections, but will accept incoming connections on any.

Sounds like a real recipe for reliable operation there, as well as reducing the complexity of something like NAT, especially amongst different operating systems.

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