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After listening to think it's a quite complicated step. Dropping i386 support is not happening over night and will, due to Ubuntu 18.04 stay around for up to 10 years (9 further). getting rid of it, before the next LTS seems to be a good idea.

It's definitely time to set a termination date for i386, not just from Ubuntu, but other distributions as well.


> Norsk Hydro refused to cave in to the cyber-criminal's demands for money ( after taking down 22,000 computers offline at 170 different sites around the world ) and have spent 拢45m trying to restore their business to full strength.

Hello all,

I'm interested in , and concerned about the danger of and in technology and elsewhere.

I've been a user since 1998, and a contributor since 2005. My $dayjob is with though not on any product or ads teams, and I actually get to work with, and contribute to, projects.

See my profile for my other accounts. Looking forward to conversing here!

Can you guess when is the deadline?

Yes. It's this week. Tomorrow, actually.

Please kill me.

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Urgent Linux advisory
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Urgently run the following:

echo 0 | sudo tee /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_sack

On all Linux hosts to work around the issue and then start patching your kernels

Might seem cheesy. And it probably is, but I am planning on writing a personal letter to each and every teacher who has contributed to my knowledge in a significant way, fueled my passion or motivation, or simply those tireless teachers in which you can see the most authentic passion and energy. The kind of teacher who is in love with their job. Those are probably the most powerful and important people in the world, and I'm not exaggerating at all.

I am just extremely excited and looking forward to finish what I just 3 years ago started. With all its ups and downs. With new friends. With headaches. Getting to know extremely talented and motivated teachers, and also the shortcomings of publicly funded university.

The stress of exams, and the bliss of passing a particularly difficult subject.

It has all been worth it.

Thank you to everyone who joined me on this journey.

But most importantly: can't wait to join the workforce!

I literally can't believe I'm just one year away from graduating. I'll start working in September and the academic load will decrease significantly because the last year only has 3 subjects (apart from the final project, of course).

It has been an exciting and motivating journey, although I had to face some hardships on the way, but it made me a stronger, smarter, and more empathetic person.

I regret nothing. Studying engineering has probably been the most rewarding decision I have ever made.

Crossposted from Twitter 

Crossposted from Twitter 

Behind every success story there are countless failures.

Keep this in mind the next time someone glorifies a company, a person, or a product.

Successful people have a higher tolerance for failure than non-successful people, and they don't let failures stop them.

Keep trying and failing. Fail a hundred, a thousand, a million times. Your hard work will inevitably lead to success.

Exciting stuff coming up.

Currently making a webserver with free services for everyone.

For now, you can access:

- : Similar to Pastebin, but fully encrypted.
- : A YouTube front-end, see all the videos without all the tracking.
- : Metasearch engine. Search online without your every move getting tracked.

We'll continue adding more services, and a nicer homepage that lists all of them for easy access.


Awesome! Apple will now use zsh as the default system shell. I've personally been using it myself, coupled with oh my zsh for the past 2 years and couldn't be happier.

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