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I've been testing the 4.4.4 Kitkat version 6 on my Asus Vivobook with Intel HD Graphics and touchscreen. The touchscreen works perfectly and supports multitouch. Finally a build that works great with with games. I played Clash of Clans with no hassle. I ran most of the graphics benchmark apps available.
I had a persistent "Unfortunately, your app has stopped" error problem...
We recently setup a couple of new DMZ servers so decided to use zones "internal" and "external" rather than zone "public" (which RHEL7 uses by default). We also set "internal" as the "default" in firewalld.
We used firewall-cmd to assign our em1 interface (this is first embedded NIC, on some systems this might still be eth0 instead) to the external zone. We then assigned em2 (second embedded NIC, this might be eth1 instead)...
My previous attempt with a "counting" system didn't work, so I've tried a different approach. For any given process, it will check if it's running, if it is, it creates a temporary file with its name on a temporary work folder; if it isn't, it...
Downloaded the latest openbsd 5.7 install floppy. There is now one less machine running Microsoft product.
Found an interesting quirk with grep. On Debian it is not a big deal, but with Arch it is. You need to add the -a argument on Arch Linix if you want to scrape a file of text and get results instead of just a match flag, Either way works with Debian Linux.