You really don't know much about what's going on in the IT world, do you?
As I said before, you are Rod Speed, AICMFP.
And the small fact that Fujitsu re-opened their mainframe division a few years ago because, instead of demand reducing it was increasing?
Just like the mainframe is dead, right??
And UNIX?? OS/400 was going to destroy UNIX, I remember being told by oh so many clever people back in...
I recently got a Lexmark C3326dw Colour Laser Printer from Scorptech, delivered, the Linux and Solaris systems just see it.
Yet another reason I avoid stackoverflow. Main reason is it's for click'n'droolers, let them eat cake.
Post text next time, it's easier to fix.
if GameStarted is True:
timer = ...
movePlatforms() # <== If statement is terminated here....
27" screen, hooked into a KVM so I can switch between the work laptop docking-station and my own systems (which are far less limited).
And what does "zfs mount" spit back at you?
zpool get all tank
zfs get all tank
(I do wish people would not use the original Sun example pool name of "tank", it's so...
sudo zfs import
The various utilities you are using all maintain and propagate the creation time of the file, for various sensible and performance related...
The only bugger with ClamAV is that it won't build with the real compilers, you need GCC/G++, (no, the magic "behave like gcc" flags aren't...
The CVE is here https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2020-14871
Ah, first reference to MurderFS I've seen in a while :-)
Well, apart from the extra hops outside Oz:
traceroute to 184.108.40.206 (220.127.116.11), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 <router> (IP) 0.723...
Hmm, just used one of my favoured tools to prove a point, should stick it up:
dig @18.104.22.168 myip.opendns.com +short
Quite useful when...
Don't use a file as a mutex, it will eventually bite you.
That's why I used a directory in my suggestion, directory creation is atomic.
At the start:
if [ $? != 0 ]
then at the end:
The Linux and BSD versions of ZFS won't be able to access 11.x ZFS, when Solaris went back to being proprietary changes stopped being passed on....