Your sig is apt for the context.
Your sig is apt for the context.
Most software on embedded devices is just Linux open-source software repurposed with a shitty UI on top.
Is that shitty UI POSIX compliant?
Do you really think that the Internet-Of-things hipsters will be writing POSIX compatible software?
It doesn't really matter what the operating system is if the security bug is inside the software you need to run.
I think that was the point. Other than BIND, what runs on OpenBSD?
Take a look at the speedometer:
It is graduated from 1 to 11. At the bottom is the subscript "MPH x 100". I'm used more to "RPM x 100"! Oh, and instead of an outstanding graduation at 55 MPH, it has an outstanding graduation at Mach 1!
Even worse than laundering: the US government is ensuring that only the rich have access to these bitcoins sold at a reduced price.
The coins should be sold on the open market and the proceeds put in the same coffers as tax money to reduce that burden. Instead of doing that, they are ensuring that the wealthy can acquire more items of value that can then be directly liquefied.
I use Android 2.1 on a rooted Barnes & Noble Nook Simpletouch and I'm trying to get the same version working on a B&N Nook Glowlight. I love it, it is perfect for running simple applications such as Anki, which I use to study.
I'm considering rooting my Note 3. Could you expand upon this, or at least link to places that do?
Doesn't work. Though Classic Theme Restorer let us move the address bar to the bottom of the screen in Firefox 29, in Firefox 30 the address bar is now _hidden_ if it is moved with Classic Theme Restorer! Luckily I also use Vimperator and can get by without the address bar, but for other users this could be a pain.
Note also that opening Firefox 30 the first time, Firefox lost all my tabs (80+). I was able to restore them, though, from the ~/.mozilla/firefox/****.default/sessionstore.bak file. Just use a bit of Python to parse that JSON file to get the URLs out.
Still a pain, everything took over an hour of my employer's time, and I _still_ don't have a solution to the address bar issue. Some people use Firefox to work, not play with Twitter and Faceschmuck all day (social media integration features are the major new features in Firefox). Looks like Mozilla doesn't consider that. If only Opera supported Tree Style Tabs I would move back.
Kim Dotcom steals from the rich? Kim Dotcom facilitates acquisition of 'protected' material to the poor? Sounds like my kind of scum.
The fact that he's taking on government corruption is a nice bonus.
Is it me or is this a really stupid idea? Just making the doors gull wing prevents you from putting: luggage on top, ski racks, bike racks on roof, etc. You know, the kind of things people would do with an SUV or crossover...
All those things would reduce the mileage on the vehicle. Maybe the gullwing doors are a clever plot to prevent people from ruining the aerodynamics, and thus the mileage, of the vehicle. Being electric this is a very important factor.
Note that Aristotle outranks Plato, who then outranks Socrates by a huge margin. Considering that the influence of one upon the other is _exactly backwards,_ I do agree that this list may be an _unordered_ list of very influential people, but it certainly is not an _ordered_ list. Thus there is no #1.
It depends on how you define influential. The winner is responsible for the name used in every culture in the world for every single living thing on Earth. Most people have never heard of him but he has certainly influence quite a bit.
Even influencing Bash commands!
Now, someone please fill in number 2.
2. Edward S.. s.. something. Scissorhands, maybe.
If I was in my early 20's, I'd probabbly think I was 'leet'
Now in my mid 40's, I'd probabbly fire whomever wrote it.
The truth is, that Excel cell reminds me of a Bash monstrosity that I banged out a few weeks ago to test once per hour the state of a MySQL database to see if a long-running DDL query had finished, and then to run another (complex and long-running) DDL query. This one-liner included a for loop, a while loop, two SQL queries, sleep, grep, sort, awk, and some other bits and pieces. At the time I thought it 1337 as well, but looking back at it I recognize it for the hack that it was.
However, Bash commands are inherently ephemeral whereas the Excel function would likely have been continued to be used for years down the road. This is where the difference between "don't need to be maintained" and "cannot be maintained" manifest!
Don't tell me how hard you work. Tell me how much you get done. -- James J. Ling