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I think you'll just have to give up and install Gentoo.
It's not the using a computer for 10 hours that kills you, it's the part where your body was engineered over millions of years to run after animals and literally kill them because they get too...
I'd be willing to bet that the majority of people going on about how horrible this is, have Facebook accounts.
Next up on Reddit: script kiddies calling me unhelpful because I don't help them exploit Heartbleed.
Fuck this planet.
The memory allocator is funky in OpenSSL.
I just tried it again, stopped running it because I got bored with it.
This is cool: https://github.com/robertdavidgraham/heartleech
-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----
If you want your email to be private, stop bitching about it and start using GPG.
You could take a GPG encrypted email, paint it to the side of every fucking skyscraper in New York City and only you...
I watched a presentation from one of the guys working on Subsurface (the divelog application Torvalds started).
They used to use Gtk, but migrated to Qt because Gtk is apparently literally Hitler....
I just compiled GCC 4.10. Never again.
The compile itself wasn't bad - the test suite that ran after it was, took fucking forever.
Maybe you have the services disabled by default somehow, or...
The 360 controller is seriously a beast for driving games.
First I thought of, slightly familiar with it, easy config.
They can use SFTP to copy files, I think they might be able to do some other stuff through the same way, so you need to disable...
New kernels out, rc1 is out and the current mainline and 3.14.1 is out and stable instead of mainline, like 3.14 was
The bug itself had fixes released in under 15 minutes of public disclosure, and fixed packages were released within a few hours for all distributions.
The real problem is the code quality in OpenSSL.
Truecrypt's been partly audited.
Spoiler alert: broken, and you're dumb if you're not...
You seriously can't go wrong with ffmpeg, there's a reason why pretty much every multimedia converter is built around ffmpeg - no point trying to reinvent the wheel.
32x256MB DDR2 coming right up.
I'd forgotten to allow discard commands in my disc config on my laptop.
Just set it up correctly and ran a manual TRIM - it trimmed 12GB. On a 120GB drive.
Pushed my Docker image to the repository, the image was smaller than I thought, only took like 7-9 minutes to upload.
docker pull nikomo/ircd-hybrid
Google services keep going up and down constantly for me, what the hell
And I just got confirmation from a dude in Colorado that he has the same problems so it's not regional, and it's not the guy's...
It's 2014, why isn't the laptop market full of qtπ 9"-10.1" netbooks with 8-core big.LITTLE ARM CPUs with 12 hours of battery life?
Speakers on top if it's better soundwise, screw the looks.
You have separate speakers because you want good audio, I presume, so don't compromise on location.
Also, I fell asleep last night...
Your entire country is upside down, not exactly a surprise that the wall sockets are wrong.
... The most common way of having wall sockets is stacking them vertically, and that orientation also works for power strips.
Trying to come up with something useful I could add to this setup:
Not coming up with anything. Well, code that doesn't suck...
Made my IRC bot generate a random 12-character string on start-up, that acts as a remote kill-switch.
Oddly satisfying for some reason.
I'm going through the "I could really upgrade my GPU" vs "My current GPU is still running everything" fight internally right now.
I've got no problem passing on upgrading for at least like 6-12...
Some Koreans managed to mod a 1920x1080 IPS panel into a fucking Lenovo ThinkPad X220.
I'm jealous beyond belief right now.
... No they didn't.
People argued that the Intel hardware could have backdoors in it, then Torvalds argued that the CSPRNG never only takes numbers from one source - all sources are mixed into one...
Right, they'd have to either invade from the ocean, or through Norway.
Because Finland sure as hell isn't letting them through.
They don't release source code, and even if they did, no guarantee the servers are running the same code they release. I wouldn't trust it.
How long does it take to get information out of Amazon Glacier?
I recall it being fairly slow because it's an archival system, and not some stupid S3 clone setup.
It's way more than a chroot, it's using some of the functionality that's been added to Linux over the last year or two, it's using Linux containers and cgroups to manage everything.
BSD Jails is a...
Containers are cooler.
They're like miniature virtual machines that you can move around from machine to machine even easier, and if you set up a service that scales, you can just deploy a hundred...
OpenSSL is pretty much a 2-man project, and the codestyle is so fucking awful, nobody wants to read through it.
It's basically luck someone found this bug.
We really need a proper, readable,...
Gave Docker a proper try.
This is fucking brilliant, I'm probably going to be using Docker a hell of a lot more than VMs from now...
I made a Docker image that sets up a local IRC server, so you can get a local IRC server with like 3 commands running, so that developing an IRC bot isn't painful, you can just run everything locally...
You mean the part where the bug was fixed and patches released in less than 6 hours after public disclosure?
Rather than the closed model where they don't even fucking tell you that they fucked up.
CentOS repositories are made to be extremely old, but if you're not updating against the repos often, you're leaving yourself open to attacks on purpose.
Remember to reboot the servers after updating the OpenSSL package.
Also, I think Debian and Ubuntu might have cherrypicked the fix from the newer version, back into the old version, the patch is...
I use blue switches, they're great for both typing and gaming.
No, Debian and Ubuntu released new packages that are compiled with -DOPENSSL_NO_HEARTBEATS, which disables the functionality that is vulnerable.
Pretty sure those dynamically link to OpenSSL, no need to recompile, unless you have some funky setup.
Setting up openssl (1.0.1e-2+deb7u5) ...
That's the patched version....
Man, I should have started using Docker ages ago, this is fucking brilliant.
You guys need to give Docker a try.
In a world where masscan exists, the question "who would want to attack me" is irrelevant - if it's on the public Internet, it will be attacked.
Use masscan to map out all hosts that respond on...
Yup that's patched.
Now to laugh at everyone that hasn't finished patching.
You probably already have the latest version installed, since your APT cache contains the patched version, it's the latest, and you don't get any new packages when you try to upgrade.
You have to either restart all services using OpenSSL, or reboot the server, after upgrade.
If you reboot before upgrade, you're just wasting time.
Try adding this to sources.list
You can add them, don't add the security.debian.org lines though, no point having them there twice.
Weird, I thought the packages would come from the security repos, they must be coming from the...