The infinite monkey theorem states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type a given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare.
In this context, "almost surely" is a mathematical term with a precise meaning, and the "monkey" is not an actual monkey, but a metaphor for an abstract device that produces an endless random sequence of letters and symbols. One of the earliest instances of the use of the "monkey metaphor" is that of French mathematician Émile Borel in 1913, but the earliest instance may be even earlier...
I've searched the internet for this and I don't think I've been able to phrase the question concisely for any search engines, so I'm turning to people!
I've got a laptop and I would like to know what is faster: running Windows through a virtual machine on Ubuntu (/ Mint) or running Ubuntu as a V...
So I manage to be able to share more than one Server Content at the same time with the same PC.
If someone want to know how can I do this, is easy. Make a batch script and put this:
calibre-server.exe -p 8081(OR THE PORT NUMBER YOU WANT TO USE) --with-library "PATH-TO-YOUR-LIBRARY"
Actually, people are idiots. They usually aren't only too stupid to use a computer, they're too stupid to use a car, a powertool and even a fridge and they spend their life watching TV instead of learning something
It says so right on the first page in the Idiot Hand Guide for Smart People®