"The IC has implemented network-based ad-blocking technologies and uses information from several layers, including Domain Name System information, to block unwanted and malicious advertising content," the CIO recently told Wyden's office, according to the letter.
Facebook’s Ray-Ban Stories glasses have got a problem.
Honestly, good on Epik! Spending the absolute minimum of effort to fleece those desperate to stay relevant and extract the maximum amount of cash from the rubes. That's my kind of progressive organization!
It seems like perl's Audio::TagLib module prefers a very specific version number of taglib, and will only work under 1.11 or 1.11.1, and only if taglib is built with -fPIC (which is not the default!! I had to learn about cmake to figure out how to add that to the compilation step) 1.9, 1.10, 1.12... all failed for various reasons.
Yeahh... maybe the reason I don't use python very much. And it's just too pedantic. CPAN doesn't fail nearly as often as a pip/pipx install will, but perl's much older and has some of that baked out by now.
Most of the cpan/cpanm failures come from system library mismatches. I came across this just yesterday with Audio::TagLib (and figuring it out also prompted the irritation with DDG)
I think the way I may do it is to remove the HD and have it boot from DVD, keeping everything in ram so it's just wiped clean every time it reboots, which should happen at a regular pace.
linux /slackware /retrocomputing/cats/knitting/biking/xmas decor/I am a horny old nerd and speak in an adult manner, beware
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