when did rm -fr
when did rm -fr
That is a great sig "SELECT * FROM people WHERE id=666"
So in the Garden of Eden 100% of vegans eat forbidden fruit. If they had a decent burger outlet things might all be different now
Didn't Israel assassinate Palestinian leader just before a ceasefire was about to be brokered...
Also Linux security is traditionally viewed from the ability to infect system files on a mult-user machine, and it had long had a superior security model in this respect.
But todays users, really only cares about their own files , which are far more accessible to malware whilst surfing the net.
Time to clean up your facefook "friends"...
Oddly enough just received an email this morning from a friend whose work colleague was surprised to see himself on Street View emerging from his doorway, with a lady a few feet in front.
>larger animal often 'toy' with smaller until they die.
Yup and male lions kill rival cubs. Foxes can rip heads off all chickens in a coop and leave bodies exposed. I'm sure certain monkeys do "bad stuff" too.
Whenever I see "X11 Window System" I think of the UNIX Haters handbook. A bit dated but well worth a read - even if you like UNIX/linux - http://m.simson.net/ugh.pdf
If you'll bare with me for one second
I'll keep my trousers on for now, if you don't mind.
"Force has no place as a valid method of social interaction, and the only thing that removes force from the menu is the personal firearm,"
A very US centric view of social interaction and society.
When it comes to PCs/laptops , Most non-tech people budget too high for their actual usage. Probably because they've just looked at the high-ticket items in the bricks'n'mortar shops. Although h264 decoding does require a bit of grunt or good gpu.
€2.8m licensing+€1.2hardware =€4m. So no retraining costs migrating to Linux then?
I run Linux Mint at home & cygwin is a permanent fixture in my windows work machines, just in case anyone wondered about my motives.
In 1914, the first crossword puzzle was printed in a newspaper. The creator received $4000 down ... and $3000 across.