Home Depot, for example.
WTF is going on with this @firstname.lastname@example.org???
Huh, I'd forgotten I wrote this little utility. #TinyMUCK
By the way: It's still stuck on rebooting.
This is just a desktop PC running CentOS 7 in my office at work, and is not important. I really regret not doing the sysctl-trigger thing though. Ahh well, that'll teach me.
If it's still stuck Monday I'll share the console.
I just watched #TheFandom and loved it. Furry fandom has such a rich and interesting history and I'm happy to have been a part of it for so long. Thank you @AshCoyote@twitter.com for putting this together; this was really well done. :)
Of course, you have to manually shut down pretty much anything important on the machine before doing this. Especially database servers. But it's better than it hanging and needing to frob it with IPMI or a physical visit in the case of a PC on a desk.
CentOS 7 and 8 have this bad habit of hanging on reboot. It'll sit there waiting for something to exit and wait pretty much forever.
It's bad enough that I reboot important servers with:
echo u > /proc/sysrq-trigger && sleep 10 && echo b > /proc/sysrq-trigger
Yay mousie's mat is no longer falling off!
It turned out that the supermarket accepts either Visa or MC through chip, but only Visa through NFC which is what Apple Pay uses.
So I can use my Visa credit card via Apple Pay there, but not the Apple Card which is a MC.
These annoyances keep people from trying new things.
Geeky silly South Florida lynx. UNIX cat. Cyclist. A little weird sometimes. Yes, I'm the FluffMUCK Zorin :)
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