Yeah, those guys with low UIDs are freaks.
I still have one of those E5500's running in production.
I have this problem. I'm thinking username length might not be it.
Or better yet, something involving a horse and carriage?
A toll booth for the PSTN.
Good to see you too, old timer.
Why? Is there something special about those?
I think you'd be surprised what business goes on in Arizona.
Let's just say if you've got the latest intel processor, or an iPod, or if your company just bought a shiny new Sun box (I know, not as likely as last year), there's a good chance it or parts for it were built, programmed, or integrated in a Phoenix suburb.
Oh yes, and a former San Francisco icon had decided to move it's headquarters to that same suburb a few years ago. Don't know how far along that ever got. I'll give you a hint, stagecoach.
Why let facts get in the way of a sensationalist headline?
Almost forgot, roll back you macafee dat files after disabling virus scanning, or it will just eat the svchost.exe file again.
Disable macafee, restore svchost.exe, reboot
Well, hello there, Ms. O'Gara. So nice to see you again.
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So far I've found that flash doesn't seem to work anymore, despite being the latest version. Also, I still have the old "Roll 'em up" pinball game, played fine under Ubuntu 9.04, gets choppy at times under 9.10.
I was almost convinced that there was a DNS problem, but it just so happens that my ISP decided to start sucking again right after the upgrade.
Now if you're using zfs on Mac OS, you can't complain if it loses your data. You already knew it was forked.