Sometimes, X.org just doesn't want to work
Esspecially if you are a dumb n00b running Arch
The terminal will always be there for you.
The boot process is a very particular system for taking a dead hunk of metal and silicon and turning it into an active computer. It is kind of remarkable, and in the DOS environment you really needed to know how it worked.
In this episode, our two hosts host Rhys Davies, a developer advocate from Canonical. So all
beans will be spilled on one of the most popular Linux distros out there. Like its past, present
and future. Never mind how Canonical makes its moolah and where this goes... Plus an interesting
infomercial on old big iron (IBM, if you're listening: the mail address is email@example.com).
Here I tell the tale of a bad disk rescue. Is the rescue bad or just the disk? Well the disk is most certainly bad but please listen and tell me if the rescue was good or bad or could have been done better.
Guest stars in this show include:
The System rescue distro
What is Rust?
" Garbage Collection " - Resource Acquisition Is Initialization (RAII)
Strict Typing with Type Inference
Immutable by default
Why use Rust over Python?
Help from compiler
Smaller binary size
Useful in high throughput/embedded applications
Why use Rust over C?
Safe by default
Easier to read
Forces you to write good code
Arrays without stupidity++ and built in vectors
Inoffensive in every region of the world.
Thank you to everyone who has listened to my previous episodes. This is the final episode in the Infosec Podcasts series.
I listen to many, MANY podcasts. The vast majority of these are related to information security...
upg.sh my dump.txt to note.md
Upgrade your system and store stdout into a markdown file.
# step 1: formatting...