Fri May 31 2013 17:45:11 EDT from AnimalYup.
That one had 2 miles on it when we left my house.
oh, dead forrest...
its been pretty much solved over here.
Hotter than anything here. Kids are in the pool every day :)
40 degrees today. Even the pool wasn't particularly cold.
pool in the garden in germany right now - thank god its dry (but cold) in cologne.
I've gotta get my pool going. It's hot here too.
wow... impressive - we got a nice big intex this year. :)
Bavaria looks very much like the photo of Bavaria I have on my desktop
Too bad it's crawling with Illuminati.
Subject: How smart is your right foot?
Huh. How is it that a compendium of geeks don't have a Science room all this time?
How smart is your right foot?
1)While sitting at your desk, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.
2) While continuing to make circles with your foot, draw the number '6' in the air with your right hand.
3) Your foot will change direction.
yup. hands and feet apparently talk to each other.
Anyway. These i7's with this damned microsoft twist on it are full of it.
I think microsoft should be broken up like we did ATT. Death to UEFI and Secured Boot whatever it is! Someone give me a video toaster and an Amiga 2000 with a Warp and i'm good again! :D
and do you know how actualy to draw the 6?
from the other side.
we've been doing this 20 yeas ago ;-)
Nice to see you back online. Unfortunately I don't have much of anything saved from the formative years. We did have a "call log" command back then.
Nowadays it would just be a lot of noise if we did that, between people staying logged in all the time, and the folks who have IMAP clients checking for mail every couple of minutes, etc.
So whatcha been up to?
Sa Jun 08 2013 18:31:32 CEST von IGnatius T FoobarI think on a Mac you have to do "telnet -k" to disable their broken kerberos login. Or you can just use ssh ... ssh email@example.com will do it.
You were almost correct:
-K Specifies no automatic login to the remote system.
So, for lazy copy&pasters, the correct command on a Mac is:
telnet -K uncensored.citadel.org
or just use openssh, which is part of OS X and works as expected.
Or pip install paramiko and write your own ssh client in Python :-)