so corned beef comes in packets now?
Expectation: Internet can survive nuclear strike
Reality: cut a fibre and entire websites go dark for hours
@deutrino in the Windows 9x case though, it was because there WAS no local authentication - there was an option for a primitive kind that'd swap profiles, but otherwise, authentication was only for network resources. There's no local security.
There's a similar GIF for NT, but in that case it's outright privilege escalation because 1. NT is multiuser/secure 2. You spawn EXPLORER.EXE as *NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM* - above Administrator. (The joys of shelling out in random stuff, at login...)
Hope everyone is doing ok!
Do you use them seriously or are they mostly just toy OSes to you?
me, to a goose: dont you think 3:2 is the one true fuckin aspect ratio
Warm welcome to the lobste.rs invading mastodon & the fediverse today.
why would anybody pay to read a medium post
Marble, the Neapolitan of cheese
@Are0h are you just looking at GitLab, or you willing to consider others? if so, here's some more
* Gitea, a fork of Gogs that's more actively developed, UI more like GitHub
* you can get a self-hostable version of Bitbucket IIRC, I use hosted one for a project and it's OK despite weird UI
* Team Foundation Server, with nice VS integration; have used, actually liked
* gitweb, for REAL MEN who EAT GLASS (use if you use git cli for VCS, and just want a repo viewer/use something else for bugs)
Apps have command prompts now - wish I could find some history on this for old GUIs that had this... https://lobste.rs/s/owpby5/apps_have_command_prompts_now
'The "Administrator" account is a temporary "feature" that will not be present in the final retail product.'
- release notes, Windows NT 3.1 beta, July 1992
For anyone who's looking for a CLI Mastodon backup/restore tool, @kensanata has written one:
I'm just getting started with it now.