Arch and its derivatives use SystemD too.
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My long-term data is kept on NAS4Free box running ZFS RAID1.
If any piece of hardware fails, I can replace it and be right back in business. Nobody is going to hack into it. If I lose internet connectivity in any way, I still have full access.
There's a pretty solid (if somewhat offensive) guide for noobs on 4chan's
Oh, you mean like Nickelback?
Its based out of the US and A.
As such, I have to assume it is pre-backdoored.
My mail server is set to reject anything without a FQDN (a fully qualified domain name). Do you have one of those?
You've set up SPF, but have you set up DKIM? If not, do so. DMARC too while you're at it.
Pale Moon has been available in x64 for a long time now, and doesn't have advertisements bundled into it.
I'll just stay put.
I just love the classic Atari 2600 box art! I would love to buy an artbook of it - possibly posters and/or shirts as well.
A government spying on another government = okay
A government spying on another country's people = not okay
A government spying on its own people = OMGWTFBBQ
Still no consumer-level octo-core? I'll continue to stick with my Q9450 then. I'm not willing to spend thousands on a Xeon.
Before you ask, I do video work as a hobby. I often utilize all four of my cores at 100% capacity for 6+ hours on end when performing filtering and encoding. No, I am not interested in the AMD FX and their half-cores.
Get it together, Intel. I will buy as soon as you sell.
NOPE. Not interested.
It is now official. Netcraft has confirmed: Apache is dying
One more crippling bombshell hit the already beleaguered Apache community when IDC confirmed that Apache market share has dropped yet again, now down to less than a fraction of 1 percent of all servers. Coming on the heels of a recent Netcraft survey which plainly states that Apache has lost more market share, this news serves to reinforce what we've known all along. Apache is collapsing in complete disarray, as fittingly exemplified by failing dead last in the recent Sys Admin comprehensive networking test.
You don't need to be the Amazing Kreskin to predict Apache's future. The hand writing is on the wall: Apache faces a bleak future. In fact there won't be any future at all for Apache because Apache is dying. Things are looking very bad for Apache. As many of us are already aware, Apache continues to lose market share. Red ink flows like a river of blood.
But a piece of paper appears to have three dimensions.
Even when you look at it edge-on.
So it is still totally incorrect to call a piece of paper two-dimensional.
Ben Lesnick has been contacted through his Twitter, and says he will look into the matter."
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Recently, users have discovered that it's been accessing location data extremely frequently, making almost 4000 requests per day, or 2.5 requests per minute. The developers claim that this is to facilitate implementation of "regional dialects", but cannot explain why such frequent polling is required, or why this still occurs if the regional function is disabled.
Some custom ROMs such as Cyanogenmod can block this tracking, but most users would be unaware that such tracking is even occurring."