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Step-by-step Arch + efistub + luks + lvm. This is mostly a compilation of the wiki.

http://alain.leufroy.fr/2016/02/archl-lnux-install-tutorial-lvm.html

A tuto I wrote for friends. Any comment that can make it better is welcome !

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#Déchets
Dans le Haut-Rhin, 500 mètres sous terre, les galeries s’effondrent lentement sur les 44.000 tonnes de déchets hautement toxiques du centre de stockage Stocamine. Les habitants se mobilisent pour que ces rebuts soient extraits avant qu’ils ne contaminent la plus grande nappe phréatique d’Europe. Mais la préfecture pourrait prochainement autoriser leur ensevelissement définitif.
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Bye bye Linux Journal. And thx for everything I learned from you! https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/linux-journal-ceases-publication "[…] It looks like we’re at the end, folks. If all goes according to a plan we’d rather not have, the November issue of Linux Journal was our last. The simple fact is that we’ve run out of money, and options along with it.[…]" See also: So Long, and Thanks for All the Bash – http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/so-long-and-thanks-all-bash
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blogs.gnome.org/aday/2017/08/08/the-gnome-way/ "[…] This is a bloggified version of the talk that I gave at GUADEC 2017. […] The principles that the members of the GNOME project hold in common play an important practical role. They make problem-solving more efficient, by providing a basis on which decisions can be made. […] Another reason that I want to talk about GNOME’s principles is that the project is going to be 20 years old this year. […] In what follows, I’m going to summarise what I think are GNOME’s most important principles. […] Principle 1: GNOME is principled […] Principle 2: software freedom […] Principle 3: inclusive software […] GNOME is committed to making its software usable by as many people as possible. This principle emerged during the project’s early years. […] Principle 4: high-quality engineering […] Principle 6: take responsibility for the user’s experience[…]"
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très bon. c'est ce qu'on appelle un retour de flamme.
Des bactériophages sur mesure

Les bactéries résistantes aux antibiotiques constituent un risque de santé important, même si de nombreuses réponses à ce problème émergent. L'une d'entre elles sont les bactériophages, des virus existant à l'état naturel qui s'attaquent à ces bactéries. Problème, l'identification de ces phages prend un temps considérable, chacun de ses phages ne s'attaquant qu'à quelques variétés de bactéries (ce qui constitue également un avantage en terme de réductions des effets secondaires).

Du coup, plutôt que de rechercher dans la nature la famille de phages nécessaires, des chercheurs ont pris la voie de les fabriquer sur besoin. Et tant qu'à faire, de les améliorer.
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