- 1 workstation is $795.
- 2-5 workstations are $1495
- 86-90 computers are $10270.00
You just need to catch the crash. Though it would be helpful if we could pass along some additional information about the crash..
But how are you supposed to increase your "step" count?
There was some resistance to metrication in Canada.
The metrication of gasoline and diesel fuel sales in 1981 prompted 37 Progressive Conservative Members of Parliament to open a "freedom to measure" gas station in Carleton Place, Ontario, selling gas in both imperial gallons and litres. The small city of Peterborough, Ontario, was a noted hotbed of opposition to metrication, having been one of the government's three test centres for the metrication process. Bill Domm, a Member of Parliament representing the riding of Peterborough, was one of the country's most outspoken opponents of metrication. During this period, a few government employees lost their jobs for their opposition to metrication. One official with Revenue Canada who publicly opposed mandatory metric conversion was dismissed for "conduct unacceptable for a public servant."
CBC has a video about it:
According to the xbmc4xbox wiki, it's a fork of xbmc as mainline support for the xbox was removed.
XBMC4Xbox is a third-party developer spin-off project of XBMC for Xbox, with still active development and support of the Xbox. This project was created as a fork of XBMC for Xbox as a separate project to continue having a version of XBMC for the Xbox hardware platform, and was initially started by a few members from the original XBMC project in order to fully breakout the removed Xbox branch support from the official XBMC project and let it continue as a totally separate project, which was announced on the 27 of May 2010.
Ada 83 sucked. Ada 95 fixed most of the problems, and I believe that they're up to Ada 2012.
Wow. From 95 to 2012 - they must be using Chrome/Firefox style version numbering
Or another known versioning scheme: Ada XP, then Ada 7.
However, section 1 does set limits on the rights granted in other sections.
Rights and freedoms in Canada
1. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.
This is why hate speech and obscenity laws are enforceable.
Today's T series have pathetic screen resolution, and plastic roll cages
I've got a T510, which had a Mg roll cage and a 1920x1080 screen (which was fine three years ago, and unfortunately still about the best you can hope for).
These are still black, rectangular ThinkPads that stand for traditional ThinkPad values like rock solid durability, long-term stability, and great keyboards. I consider this a good thing.
Hell, they changed they key layout in 2009, affecting three keys and wrote a blog post to defend it, actually citing some usage data. Nowadays they redesign the keyboard and indicate it was based on user feedback from people who were not thinkpad users.
I'm not sure why they've decided to turn the Thinkpads into expensive Ideapads, but.. Wait, that's probably why.
I suppose I'll just have to stretch my T510 as far as it will go.
You might also want to check out the "Lost Fleet" series by Jack Campbell. I enjoyed it more than Harrington, but I'll admit that I'm only on the third book of the Harrington series.
The space combat seemed more "realistic" (hah, I know). Ships having shields aside, weapons were entirely computer controlled, as the window for contact was fractions of a second as ships passed, then possibly hours as they repositioned for another run. Fleets carried mobile refineries for ore processing for both repairs and to replenish weapon stocks, etc.
I don't even run X as root.
I sent out my wedding invitations on Monday night via Canada post (which means they were actually collected Tuesday). Most seem to have arrived Friday (I was visiting family and asked). Granted, these were all within Ontario. I'd expect another day or two for my family in BC to receive theirs.
Not bad for $0.61.
Fedora 17 will be the first distro resolving the two separate UI issue. It was annoying, and now it has been fixed.
Mints fancy new UI is based on gnome-shell itself.
The news you're referring to (Mints growing popularity) is reportedly at the expense of Ubuntu. Ubuntu doesn't use gnome-shell.
Allami says he sent the text message in French and used the word ''exploser,'' a term he claims is commonly used in finance to mean grow or succeed.
I fail to see what mistake he made. Perhaps they just have DNS point at new servers? Perhaps they route their existing public IP space to the new datacenter (assuming those IPs were ubisoft and not isp-provided)? Perhaps they have a cache or load balancer layer that they simply redirect at the new servers, but which is not moved at the same time?
I think "DNS or whatever" is fine.
Maybe DRM prevents them from installing in two places?