Unpopular opinion(?): programming language choice matters a lot for a software project. I'm not just talking about "choosing the right tool for the job", I'm talking about the fact that some programming languages are simply strictly better than others. Unfortunately, I still haven't figured out what makes a language better in this way, but I'm absolutely certain the effect exists.
yum info rsh-server
The rsh-server package should be installed to enable remote access from other machines
No, no it should not.
yum info talk
Install talk if you'd like to use talk for chatting with users on different systems.
or… maybe don't do that.
yum info telnet-server
Telnet is a popular protocol for logging into remote systems over the Internet.
"Climate Denial: A Measured Response" by the awesome hbomberguy.
Men. Abuse. Trauma. | Philosophy Tube ★
"The Road to Zig 1.0"
"So, here's what I'm saying right now... I didn't go in and say like gonna put in my language hat ...gonna go read some whitepapers and let's see how to do generics. No no. I just took C, deleted the bad stuff from it, and then generics like fell on to my lap."
God damn it, Jeremy Soule.
https://github.com/StevenBlack/hosts awesome selfcontrolhelper
Men | Contrapoints: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1xxcKCGljY
take myself way too seriously
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