Recent content by Eulogy

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    Activision Blizzard agrees to pay $18 million to settle EEOC probe

    That's... not true at all - in this case, or in many other cases that are settled outside the court. Because that's exactly what they'd be doing in this case? Just based on public information alone, even if you decide you only believe 10% of it, fighting it would certainly be a pretty bad...
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    Oh ok that makes sense.

    Sweet! Bye!
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    Need advice on the best way to handle e-mail

    This made me curious. Assuming you meant https://forum.manjaro.org/ ... I just went there and signed up, and the email came through (to my ancient hotmail account) just fine within moments.
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    How does Linux decide if a drive is removable?

    In that case I'd completely stop using remmina for that, and would simply setup real file sharing on the linux box. Setup an NFS share, and mount it where ever you want. Ez pz.
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    How does Linux decide if a drive is removable?

    I mean more of like, what you are trying to do overall. Like, what is the reason you're wanting to share a drive, regardless of using remmina's sharing setup or not
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    How does Linux decide if a drive is removable?

    Take a step back OP and try to explain what you're trying to accomplish.
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    How does Linux decide if a drive is removable?

    That's sharing a folder between the client and the remote system, isn't it? Wondering if we're all talking about different things here...
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    How does Linux decide if a drive is removable?

    Isn't remmina just an RDP/SSH/VNC all-in-one client? I'm failing to see how it's relevant here. :)
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    How does Linux decide if a drive is removable?

    Literally type `cat /etc/fstab` in terminal. Then highlight, left click to copy, and paste here.
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    Star Citizen - media blowout, Chris Robert's new game

    So system load is causing the bug? It can't calculate the "torpedo firing", but, it can calculate it's hit box, collision, and damage. Let's take a step back. You seem to know - or at least act like you know - that certain things are absolutely getting fixed with new features. How do you know this?
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    Star Citizen - media blowout, Chris Robert's new game

    Oh helllll no. You have an entire board of tech debt and bugs, and you put people to working on those. If you squash bugs BEFORE feature complete, you don't carry it forward. The IDEAL situation is to complete with no bugs, or as few and low impacting ones as possible. You do NOT wait til...
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    Star Citizen - media blowout, Chris Robert's new game

    It's also not "sexy" and they can't sell it, so, it's clear why CIG doesn't work on it at all currently. Need to keep the grift up for as long as they can, then they'll ship it with a lot of bugs intact, and the bootlickers will defend it regardless.
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    Star Citizen - media blowout, Chris Robert's new game

    S:C has... let's say 1000 bugs right now. They resolve 100 of them. So, they are left with 900. FancyNewFeature is released and adds 200 bugs. They have 1100 bugs. Or. S:C has 1000 bugs right now. FancyNewFeature is release and adds 200 bugs. They have 1200 bugs now. This is the very basics...
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    paging in operating system

    Answering questions is fine :). That's certainly a large reason this forum exists. You're just asking a LOT of questions around a specific general topic, and I feel something a little more guided - like a class or book - would benefit you greatly.
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    paging in operating system

    All of your threads are curiously questions right out of basic CS level college courses. You'd probably do well to either pay attention in class if that's the case, or read any intro CS level books to get your answers. If you have an actual end goal with all these questions, a number of us can...
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