What is the limiting factor? Buildup of CO2?
People need a certain amount of oxygen for their metabolism, you need to carry that much. CO2 effects the blood pH: too little and the body is too alkaline, too much and it's too acidic. So, you need to maintain a precise amount of CO2 and remove the rest. The scrubbers in the space shuttle were able to regenerate the CO2-absorbent material after use, so there was use of power but material wasn't consumed.
Beyond this, you need to control temperature and humidity. The other requirements than atmosphere for crew survival are that you water, feed and shelter the crew, maintain orientation, and maintain a G-force envelope that doesn't injure the crew.
You probably have a friend with a similar question. The solution is that you buy a backup disk the size you need, they buy a backup disk the size they need, you both install it at the others place and then you run Crashplan between yourselves. That gives you off site version controlled backups.
And it was open like that because it was directly competing with CP/M systems which generally were same/same - source of the BIOS readily available and easily dumpable from the system's ROM.
Precisely. It's like the idiot light on your car for gas/overheating/whatever. If you failed to note the problem, it might warn you. Find a lightweight program and suck it up. I ran without AV from the late 80s to about 2011, and then I gave in based on the more subtle threats that were becoming common. Just not running scripts and untrusted attachments wasn't feeling entirely safe in an age of hidden filesystems that could get past air gaps.
For the record, i'd never gotten anything I knew about and no AV was ever able to find malware on my personal systems. No guarantees, but it was a pretty good record.
You're technically correct but I got a full bird colonel Army doctor to say I could deploy. It got up that high. The G6 of the unit in question wanted me to deploy _really_ bad and pushed it to that extent.
A free market cannot exist,because freedom only protects the criminal. Coercion is what protects the virtuous.
People herded into Gulags and concetration camps would beg to differ.
I've been injecting insulin and other drugs for 16 years now. No fuckups. No reactions. Nothing, and i'm no one special in this regard. It sounds like epinephrine is less stable than insulin in storage, but I could work with that - I used to carry my drugs in a sealed metal thermos on travel. Deployed to Iraq and back that way in 07-08.
Two wrights don't make a rong, they make an airplane. Or bicycles.