If you want to run a bash shell under Windows 10, they now offer one
Unfortunately, that is not exactly true. That was my hope when I first heard about it, because cmd.exe is such an abomination. But in fact, the Bash shell seems to be in some sort of Linux virtual machine. It doesn't run Windows executables and knows nothing or very little of Windows. So it cannot be used to do useful Windows stuff.
If you hoped to be able to use Bash for Windows scripting, well, forget it. It's still either cmd.exe or the convoluted and Windows-only Power Shell.
He couldn't decide between getting an
Anyway, trumpcom.org is still available if someone has an idea of something to do with it...
$ whois trumpcom.org
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2016-10-19T23:47:43Z
You forgot to turn off "safe search".
"About 586.000 results (0,47 seconds)".
Since the new "left" became the old center
No mod points today. Hopefully someone else will mod this up.
Indeed, viewed from Europe, Clinton's policy proposals sound like normal center right stuff. And she is the only real candidate anyway. Most representatives of the other party would be labelled extreme right in Europe, but I guess even the neo-fascists in Europe wouldn't have selected Trump as their candidate. So what is a normal news organisation to do? Try to pretend that a "narcissistic sociopath" is just a normal candidate and that the insane things he is saying are just a different opinion?
That Solitaire is not the Real Thing, which is the old Windows 3 to XP solitaire, the only one worth playing, with the Susan Kare design.
It runs fine under Wine, btw. All you need is sol.exe and cards.dll.
Well, I think English doesn't need to worry about competition from French in "which has the greatest disconnect between spelling and pronunciation".
I guess everyone knows "ghoti", but I'm sure there are many other funny demonstrations.
I don't understand this rage to encrypt everything. I publish some web pages (a couple of blogs, my résumé, a few very specific instructions pages, etc) and cannot see any reason to have these pages delivered over encrypted links.
I use the web to _publish_ stuff, and to read what others _publish_. When I buy a newspaper at my local newsstand, I don't want it encrypted, and I don't care that the owner knows what papers I read.
While there are many good reasons to have some web traffic encrypted (passwords, transactions,
Or are there reasons which I don't see, why some people or entities would have some interest in everything being encrypted?
Maybe it will be an opportunity to have a well maintained Thunderbird, but if not, it's worrying for email. I don't want to replace email with Facebook/Whatsapp/orWhatnot.
For now, there is Apple Mail which only runs on Macs,
Outlook which only runs on Windows (and is a terrible IMAP client, probably to force you to get an Exchange server)
And Gmail which only runs on... Google. And only if you have an Internet connection.
I feel Thunderbird is essential, and hope it finds someone to take care of it.
A Taliban smartphone app?? What is that? What does it do? I want it on my phone! Where can I get it now if it has been removed?
Sounds like a joke? No I'm serious.
I don't need yet another database in Linux. PostgreSQL is fine, thank you. Even MySQL/MariaDB are OK.
What I miss is a GUI interface to these databases, which would allow me to quickly build GUI applications for users. MS Access can show PostgreSQL data to users in quickly designed forms and reports. And these can have some (horrible) VBA code to make a few things faster and easier for the users. Without Access, I have to make HTML interfaces, which works fine for simple reports, but gets really clumsy and slow for complex interactive forms.
(Yes, I know about PGadmin. It's great for me, and I use it regularly. But it's not for designing custom user interfaces to databases)
Thanks. Yes, 69 was obvious, but not 420.
FTA: "For five digit passwords, [...] All the usual suspects occur, but a new addition is the puerile addition in position #20 of the concatenation of 420 and 69."
Am I competely sutpid, or is there some cultural reference here, which I don't get? Why "42069"? Why is it puerile?
"We shall reach greater and greater platitudes of achievement." -- Richard J. Daley