@JourneymanGeek technically they are more correct than standard quotes, because we write quotes in that style when we are writing them in cursive by hand, but using quotes other than the " character these days can often cause confusion in various context... natural language parsers, programming languages, environments that support other character encodings so that they don't encode properly when copying and pasting, etc.
so visually they're better, but they create a number of technical issues depending on where and how they're used
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> If you're looking for the best value for money in IEMs, you simply cannot go wrong with the Pistons. These earbuds look, feel, and sound every bit like a premium product, but at a mere fraction of the price.
Most likely, Amazon started carrying the Pistons directly due to ongoing complaints of fakes from customers.
that's what just happened to my home server... one drive failed, didn't have a spare so I ordered a lot of 6 drives twice the size and left the server on degraded state. 2 days later, I wanted to make a current backup of the server... but guess what, the server was down because another drive stopped responding. Can't confirm that it was a fail, but the drive won't even show its basic information.
I'm not touching that second drive until all the new drives arrive in a week
RAID is not in itself a backup. When properly configured, RAID can provide a high degree of resistance against data loss in the event of disk failure, but it's not a substitute for another copy of the data stored separately from the array.
In computing, Physical Address Extension (PAE), sometimes referred to as Page Address Extension, is a memory management feature for the IA-32 architecture. PAE was first introduced in the Pentium Pro. It defines a page table hierarchy of three levels, with table entries of 64 bits each instead of 32, allowing these CPUs to access a physical address space larger than 4 gigabytes (232 bytes).
The page table structure used by x86-64 CPUs when operating in 64-bit mode further extends the page table hierarchy to four levels, extending the virtual address space, and uses additional physical address bits...
Bayesian poisoning is a technique used by e-mail spammers to attempt to degrade the effectiveness of spam filters that rely on Bayesian spam filtering. Bayesian filtering relies on Bayesian probability to determine whether an incoming mail is spam or is not spam. The spammer hopes that the addition of random (or even carefully selected) words that are unlikely to appear in a spam message will cause the spam filter to believe the message to be legitimate—a statistical type II error.
Spammers also hope to cause the spam filter to have a higher false positive rate by turning previously innocent words...
AutoCAD is expensive as hell and developing it costs billions.
Existing licenses will still work, of course, but upgrade options are affected by this change.
The advantage of this model is that it'll cost considerably less to get started with AutoCAD and subscribers will always stay up to date, but you'll have to keep paying to continue to access the software.
I'd say this makes more sense for such specialized and extraordinarily expensive software as AutoCAD than it does for Photoshop and other more mainstream software (as Adobe did with the Creative Cloud).
On the subject of openSUSE again, Leap 42.1 is 64-bit only. 32-bit systems will not be supported. (This isn't an issue as my servers have been 64-bit from the start.)
hello everyone, noob here. i've got a question, for which i can't manage to google an answer. if openssh is a suite of utilities for network administration, then what does "connect to openssh mean?". i am using Ubuntu Desktop as host, and installing now Ubuntu Server on a virtual machine in order to setup a server there and somehow administer it remotely, but i don't now yet how to do it. anyway, could "connect to openssh" mean that i can connect via terminal in my host OS, Ubuntu Desktop, to this virtual OS, Ubuntu Server?
note: all this stuff's sole purpose is to learn to setup a server and do things with it.
okay, this is more or less what i wanted to know, because in all the guides it is like authors suppose that a reader already knows where his/her server will be. i don't have any old computers for this purpose, so i needed to know if it works with virtual machines.. thank you :)
This might be really basic question but I want to understand it thoroughly.
What is a pseudo terminal? (tty/pty)
Why do we need them? How they got introduced and what was the need for it?
Are they outdated? Do we not need them anymore? Is there anything that replaced them?
Any useful use-case?...