Fahrenheit 451 (the movie and SF book) is the temperature needed to ignite paper.
Oh no. 68C is a poorly heated sauna.
Well I haven't lost my wallet for a decade, but I have no idea how many times people have had the possibility of looking into it without stealing anything.
Copying isn't stealing....
Not possible from here.
While still in Europe If I take off NNE I won't get halfway though my country in 8 hours (and my car isn't a wreck). In that direction I need some 17 1/2 hours to get out of the country.
Going north I'll leave my country in 2 hours 19 minutes.
Going west will drown me in an hour, Going east will drown me within 4 1/2 hours
Going south I can visit two other countries within 8 hours of car drive
Everything according to Google maps. Where am I ?
Just possessing a non-tourist visa in the US made me an Alien. Maybe I'm going Alien again when I return, or maybe I'm still an Alien.
and without NASA there wouldn't be any Google Maps at all.
However -- The moment you enable sshd on it, it becomes a server,
and if it isn't a dumb dataless box, it needs to be able to be referred to.
That referral should preferably work not just through the network or a database,
but also through normal speech, phone and should be able to memorize.
Therefore, don't use the name as a database, use a database.
Previously we used whiskey labels even if some of those esoteric Irish labels were a bit awkward over the phone.
Nowadays, management has decided we must use the name as a database, thus enclding the location in the name, and we have to rename machines all the time. Fortunately they are all dumb dataless thingies, so when something needs to be moved we just change the mac address in the DHCP database and reinstall.
Yeah, and to speed up the process, you could also exercise the graphics processor using some internet commercials from the web.
If windows controls the fans, you could possibly make the system work really quiet
"Don't worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good, you'll have to ram them down people's throats." -- Howard Aiken