Partly out of interest, and partly because there don’t seem to be any yum packages for Kerbal, I decided to load it on a spare SSD (not using grub, I just go into the BIOS and decide which drive I want to boot). I set up an account. It didn’t ask me to create a password for root, just a personal account. I try to ‘su -i’ and it asks me for a password. I use the one I created for my personal account. Nope.
Way to go, guys.
When a memo like this has to be issued, things have gone pretty far south. Isn’t it pretty much illegal everywhere except Nevada and some foreign countries? Why not just issue a more general memo that Department employees should obey the law?
A new annoyance. I can’t just right-click to copy the email address, and I can’t even copy and paste — the only option I have is to send a mail from Gmail (which I only use in emergencies).
I agree with Ezra Klein. Run, Al, run!
I’m particularly enamored with his recent policy proposal to punish people who disagree with his junk science.
One of the Israeli political parties isn’t quite clear on the concept.
I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
His spokeswomen are way too hot.
He doesn’t have a chance of winning.
It’s driving me crazy. Not a smoke alarm, not the computer. I can’t echo-locate it. Cant really hear it much outside the room, but very distracting within it. Any ideas?
[Update a few minutes later]
Turned out to be the UPS. Off to Frys to replace it.
[Update a while later]
Spent about $60 for 425 VA. It’s charging now, meanwhile, I’m just operating without one. Peace and quiet.
Generally, my need for them isn’t that great. My machine can survive a sudden power loss, and most of the stuff I do backs up automatically periodically. The main reason to have one these days, for me, is to keep my internet alive. The main fiber router in the garage has its own UPS, but I need to keep my wireless routers up if I want to use a laptop with power out.
What in the world were they thinking?
…may be the next viagra?
Fortunately, I currently have no need for such a thing.