Those discussions are dumb and they seem to ignore the will of the people who live there. They do not want to be argentinians and they also are not that much fans of british interventions. That place is paradise for people who wants to live a simple life.
It sounds even more dumb if you consider the fact that Argentina can't even hold their shit together. They should fix their stuff before bragging about rights to that place.
I could be wrong but booting with network without X11 on Ubuntu requires Grub command line arguments. What the hell man.
And thats a damn phone OS. I'm quite scared of how Mavericks will turn out. Or the OS X team is still competent as they used to be?
I think its fair to mention that the Vita has an unused port on its top right side. AFAIK it is "reserved" for future features. I would not be surprised if thats HDMI capable.
SuSE Linux Enterprise because it pays the bills.
For personal usage I prefer FreeBSD.
How? People are already replacing the devil with Apple in the "The
My first contact was while working for an online gaming community that served some korean MMOs who ran on top of FreeBSD. Their firewall was handled by OpenBSD. I might say that pf is incredible from the point of view of someone who has to deal with iptables and iproute2 from time to time.
Today I use it as my home server providing ZFS storage management AFP through netatalk and CIFS, Kerberos, DNS and LDAP through SAMBA4. I'm very proud of my FreeBSD box.
YaST works for most of the stuff you would want to do in a desktop operating system. The SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED for short) distribution is the best example I have of a decent no-nonsense Linux desktop.
It works well even for basic server configurations of Postfix, Apache and Bind and it detects (and respects) when you have manually modified config files.
The only instance I had to edit config files on SLED was when I had to configure SSSD to authenticate on kerberos and lookup for user and group information on LDAP.
What about subdirectories? You need executable permission to acess the contents of a subfolder on his home directory.
Yeah but putty is not a replacement for a unix shell. At least for those like me who work only with Linux and sometimes other comercial Unix operating systems. Besides being a real PITA to setup tunnels and other features you can't pipe things through Putty.
While its possible to implement those on Windows through MSSFU/SUA (afaik not available for Windows 8 uh?) or Cygwin, its just too weird and alien to the underlying operating system.
Whoa! They've ported beadm to FreeBSD too? I feel stupid for not knowing it.
That tool is awesome. You can actually chose what version of the operating system you want to boot (from ZFS clones and snapshots) from the boot loader.
By the way its one of the few Unices that I operate nowadays that have crappy NFSv4 and Kerberos support.
And I'm not even talking about what they've did to their server operating system.
OSX is good, but it's in decline if you ask me.
The saddest part is that there wasn't anything cool implemented on OS X since Snow Leopard. I'm talking about things like Grand Central Dispatch, Time Machine, ZFS (although it didn't worked out), OpenCL and whatnot. They just keep adding more and more Facebook and Twitter fagotry nowadays and it keeps getting worse like removing RSS from Safari.
Its all about using Facebook from Starbucks.
Weirdest thing is that SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop has the best Gnome configuration I've ever use.