In addition to the above, in random order:
* History of the World, Pt 1
* Die Hard 1 & 2
* National Lampoon's Vacation, Christmas Vacation, & European Vacation
* Terminator 2
* V for…
@RyanFodder noted after we finished up that I had no trouble controlling my vehicles while docking on RCS and not losing my bearings. A lot of that is practice but there's some stuff you can do to improve your play:
* Ensure any RCS jets you pl…
This makes perfect sense; I had a lot of trouble placing the logo when I made @Kwitko's bat all those years ago and again this month when putting it on a KSP flag. I'm not sure the new one will work as well sprayed on the side of spaceship though; d…
Arriving Wednesday the 21st
Delta 1212 landing 2:28 PM
Departing Sunday the 25th
Delta 1149 departing 3:42 PM
I have TSA Pre though they randomly decline it sometimes.
EDIT: Staying at the same local AirBnB folks I stayed with last year, …
Imaging a Linux box can be done many ways.
At the simplest, you boot up from a different hard drive and use dd to do a byte-for-byte copy of the disk to a file or another disk. dd does not know or care about things like files and can't be used fo…
I don't know what a best way is, it depends on what you're trying to get out of your backup system. If you're like me and just want to have the same set of files on multiple machines at all times, neglecting security considerations, rsync is a good …
Most of them just use the Linux path notation (e.g. a windows path would be C:/stuff/more_stuff) since the windows \ is an escape sequence for nearly everything.
You can tell rsync to only sync one-way; unfortunately that doesn't protect you from…
@drasnor does the usershare path only apply if the machine is hosting a share? Right now it's the client.
Sorry, I didn't read closely enough. You need to have an empty directory on your filesystem to use as a mount point…