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Kirill Shutemov
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Unbelievable. #infosec folks have been warning against this for YEARS. They said: separate infotainment from steering/breaks etc. Do not implement wireless control over this. Have good security measures. This can kill people. It can turn cars into weapons.

And here is a car you can control over the internet - COMPLETELY. From CD player to brakes - thousands of Jeeps can be turned into remote murder weapons, for both the people in them and those around them.

EVERY Jeep Cherokee should be immediately grounded. And let them pay a 500 million fine - just to ensure no car maker tries to save 5 bucks on a 50K car by not separating driving from the fscking entertainment system!!!

Or are we going to wait until a few people are killed? Or for a cyber war where cars are used to take down bridges by driving into them?
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Точнее вот правильно слово -- злободневно. Актуально оно постоянно и давно.
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no. just a picture.
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"... boot manager is systemd-fsckd." Is the last word a verb? ;)
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s/fs/fu/
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That's cute.
Here is a vulnerability in the current version [1] for your amusement: #include #include int main() { wordexp_t we; char *s = "$(($(sleep 10)))"; printf("->%d\n", wordexp(s, &we, WRDE_NOCMD)); } (Since the manual page strongly recommends not trusting wordexp with untrusted ...
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really ? wtf
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"batteries Included"
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Интервью с российским танкистом, который вместе со своим батальоном был командирован сражаться за Дебальцево
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..защитил народ Донбасса от вступления в ООН
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This is way more fun than seems reasonable. This program uses a simple genetic algorithm to evolve random two-wheeled shapes into cars over generations. From what I can see it is based purely on random mutation* of parameters where the one with the best performing "phenotype" is preserved and copied to the next generation.

Anyway, try running it in a background tab for a few hours.

http://rednuht.org/genetic_cars_2/

* Some genetic algorithms go further than this by also "cross breeding" the best performers (ie by making a hybrid parameter set using bits of each parent). Presumably, you can get better designs faster this way because you can explore the solution space without necessarily getting trapped in nearby but sub-optimal solutions.
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"consider Lennart Poettering your personal hero".

Idolatry as requirement for technical job? +Jolla, WTF?
We are unlike. Check out the latest open positions at Jolla, get to know our core values and contact the HR.
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"preferably have used Linux before, if not, are a fast learner to grasp the basics"

-- you certainly may prefer Windows 8 over Linux, but you absolutely expected to "consider Lennart Poettering your personal hero". #respectmyauthoritah
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  • Intel Corporation
    Sr. Linux Software Engineer, 2011 - present
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    Senior Software Engineer, 2009 - 2011
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    Senior Software Engineer, 2008 - 2009
  • Velesys Inc.
    Senior Software Engineer, 2006 - 2008
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Kiryl Shutsemau, Kirill A. Shutemov, Кірыл Шуцемаў, Кирилл Шутемов