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Olmstead v. United States: The Constitutional Challenges of Prohibition Enforcement    ...  from 1928

Wiretapping and the 4th and 5th Amendments.

MR. JUSTICE BRANDEIS, dissenting. . . . By objections seasonably made and persistently renewed, the defendants objected to the admission of the evidence obtained by wire-tapping, on the ground that the Government’s wire-tapping constituted an unreasonable search and seizure, in violation of the Fourth Amendment; and that the use as evidence of the conversations overheard compelled the defendants to be witnesses against themselves, in violation of the Fifth Amendment.
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YeeHaw! as Slim Pickins would say
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I really never cared for Ubuntu.....
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Hmm, on mine it pretty much added the local desktop user to sudoers, so I just use enter my desktop account password into gksudo to get stuff done. At toys point I can't even remember if it set up an actual root account or what the password for that is... Hmm, maybe I better check just in case I ever get locked out...

I can't stand Fedora/RHEL's package manager. Yum supposedly was going to bring it up to the power of apt-get, and while it is a big improvement over rpm or up2date, it is massively, painfully slower than apt for similar activities. Also, Ubuntu has a usable, even decent, GUI for package management. I dunno about Fedora, but I tried to use the RHEL package GUI just so I could quick install a package without looking up yum's help, and it wad just unusably horrid. Turned out quicker to read yum's help.
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While I've been away...
evidently been gone too long, as I can't seem to remember how this works...

1st. pic is tree fell on old chicken coop, 2 is me with Raspberry Pi (5 Watt webserver)), 3rd is packing food for emergency preparedness...

In my absence the PTB seem to have changed  things
around.

No, I'm no 'Doomsday Prepper,'  just believe in keeping food kept back for emergency.....
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Sorry, I had a detailed review, but I don't type for a shit and it disappeared.

You're best off to find/ build a 2A PS for it, along with a self powered USB hub, using protective diodes so'as no to back feed the host.

I've not exercised the graphics any, talking to it mostly with puTTY.

For starters, I'm looking at some Arduino Cell Phone interfaces.

Also looking at PICAXE docs for interfacing the GPIO.

Basically, running it off the 500mA limited notebook USB, I had problems running the Wired Ethernet with a tiny (64 mib) thumb drive and a bluetooth dongle.

Anyway, it makes me happy again getting back into hardware hacking!

And yes, food for a MONTH and 30 gallons water/person for that

amount of time :)
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