The fact that Debian doesn't meet Stallman's standards
There is no reason, even with the price of electricity in Europe to shut your computer down
I'd say security-patching the kernel is a pretty goddam good reason.
In the spirit of "Do one thing and do it well", systemd's goal
[OpenRC] supports parallel startup processes
Except for one little problem. Gentoo Bug 391945: "boot can hang when rc_parallel=yes".
Reported 2009. Current status 5 years later: "CONFIRMED".
Immature know-it-all detected.
Dear UK jackboots: eojhbfgyuhiojopdopfwdfdiodhidoidfuoisdfpoiifdfoddnvdj
Maybe that means "fuck you, come and get me fuckers".
But it is very very difficult to win permanent residence in Switzerland - let alone citizenship. And the cost of living is exceedingly high.
No, you miss the point utterly. Steganography HIDES the data so the bastards won't know it is there. You still encrypt the data, though.
You cannot haul loads of people or freight on batteries
Logic and reality means nothing to these officious, ignorant twits. They just pass laws requiring vehicles to get a billion mpg and one part per trillion trillion trillion of "pollution". We'll see what happens when everybody in these hovels starts to die because their food can't even begin to be delivered.
Those who built the industrial revolution would toss their cookies to see their offspring committing mass suicide by throttling themselves to death as their standard of living plummets.
Not when cruising at 65 mph. Not even close.
All right, I'll bite. Where can I get FreeBSD for $5/mo? I used to use BSDVM, but they went under. The others I found were pretty much all grossly overpriced or unacceptably broken in some way.
Doubt isn't the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith. - Paul Tillich, German theologian and historian