Nope, I am listing a solution for people who know nothing about the DNS.
This is a sincere question: what is the problem with forwarding ?
Full email hosting is a bit technically challenging.
What everybody can do, which provides almost the same advantages, is purchase a domain name at a registrar which will include email forwarding with it (I use gandi.net, but I guess that many others do). The typical price is around 15$ per year.
You get email addresses which are forever yours, and use whatever hosting service is currently convenient (e.g.: your current ISP) for performing the actual work.
Everybody knows that the Flying Spaghetti Monster created the universe.
Your strawman would not even look nice in a schoolyard.
I do agree with this in fact, and I quite probably run binary blobs on some of my computers. This is besides the point.
The point is that I respect the right of the people who give me a free license to use their software to decide the terms of the license.
If I disagree with these, the only reasonable answer is to use something else (which I would pay for), not abuse them saying that they don't respect my freedom.
Feel free to install Windows 10 and see what freedoms this gains you. And if you think that insults and profanities give weight to your arguments, you need to think again...
Nobody forces you to use GPLed software.
The people who write it have the right to distribute it as they see fit.
You are still free to go buy other software or write your own. But bitching because free software does come with strings attached is seriously disingenuous,
Those who remember the command line, linux dweebs aside, are dead or retired. Correction: those who remember having nothing but a command line are dead or retired.
Still alive, beg to differ. I'd even venture that there are some people who began with punchcards who are still around.
Just an anecdote: during a recent upgrade from Debian Wheezy to Jessie, the first boot into the new system failed with a message from systemd about mtab not being a link into
Can't remember the exact message from systemd, but it was something about being "frozen"
No going into single user, nothing, just F... you and go reboot on the CD image. Happy enough that the machine was on my desk...
And they wonder why many people don't like systemd....
Oops should not write at 4AM. s/rentability/profitability/
The main point of the article is that the renewables are lowering the rentability of the baseload generator because they lower the marginal price to zero when the conditions are good.
This does not means that we don't need the gas/nuclear/coal ones at night when the wind does not blow.
Who will pay for them ?
Welcome to my world
Moron-enablement is a major drawback of modern tech
Yes, and I'm so in love with no more noise at all after 29 years of whirring (began in 1986). NEVER going back.
Core i7-4770T 2,5GHz
Samsung 840 EVO
Streacom ST-FC8B fanless enclosure (heat pipes + ext passive rad)
Streacom 150 W brick
I have an oldish core2 duo macbook pro on which mac os x became more and more of a pain to run. Ubuntu works like a charm on it.
Just about every computer on the market today runs Unix, except the Mac (and nobody cares about it). -- Bill Joy 6/21/85