well, this sucks. Raspberry Pi are looking to float:
pol, libertarians, humor, almost certainly truth
I don't often wax political on here, but I couldn't help but crack up after reading this.
John Pavlovitz: In your own words, how would you describe Libertarians?
John Spalding: House cats. They are convinced of their fierce independence while utterly dependent on a system they don't appreciate or understand.
"I was with a busload of people who are ufologists, who believe in aliens. I personally don't. I believe in UFOs, but that's not hard to do. That's unidentified flying objects. This is all it takes to believe in one of them: 'There's something in the sky. I don't know what that is.' No need to start a website."
Since the syslog component of systemd, journald, does not flush its logs to disk during normal operation, these logs will be gone when the machine is shut down abnormally (power loss, kernel lock-ups, ...). In the case of kernel lock-ups, it is pretty important to have some kernel logs for debugging. Until journald gains a configuration option for flushing kernel logs, rsyslog can be used in conjunction with journald.
ha. figures. fucking systemd
Hey hackers, @schlink and I need to catch up with that the state-of-the-art is in password cracking these days.
I'm not so interested in parallelization & GPU/ASIC assist, as I am in techniques to reduce the search space by knowing things about the generation & complexity of the original passwords.
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they (usually pl) / she (mostly)
if you can boost it, you can boost it
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