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It's morning, and the idiots are in bloom. Right wing idiots already suggest that if you have any trace of Arab blood in 8 generations of ancestry you are bound to attack and eat anyone who is "normal". Left wing idiots are already blaming it on ourselves. We did it, it's a false flag, both killers and dead are CIA agents, yes and Paris doesn't exist, anyway. My block button is ready, so please let idiocy explode, and my G+ will be thinner in just a few hours.
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Getting ready to leave for Brighton, for two days of fuzz guitars and drunk friends... feels good.
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daughter (6yo) saw it. Comment was "it's like the Jetsons!! We don't even need our tablets any more!!". So that's it. I am getting a developer's kit.

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Okay you Soviets... last time you did this it was a Korean flight, I seem to recall. I see traditions are being kept.
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If anyone had doubts... RT and the Fail (and UKIP) repeat the very same legends... Putain must be spending loads of money in financing left and right wings... noted. 
The image of devastation in Lugansk, Ukraine, resembles the trail of destruction left by Hitler's forces in the region between 1941 and 1943.
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Have you ever wanted to take a snapshot of a linux process, maybe to run it again later, or to migrate it to a new machine? Here's one weird tip on how to do it.

There's two important facts about linux to remember for this: everything is a file, and, linux represents processes as files under /proc.

To backup a process, we can simply use tar. An example, backing up your current shell session:

$ tar czvf shell-$$.tar.gz -C /proc/$$ /proc/$$/

Simple, no? (Those paying close attention will note that we've deliberately avoided including the process's directory in the tar-file, because this would complicate the restoration process below.)

Restoring this process later is slightly trickier  because we don't want to accidentally overwrite any existing process. So, pick a random number, and do:

$ mkdir /proc/<randomnumberhere>

If that fails, then phew, we just avoided overwriting an existing process. Try again. When that succeeds, we've found a free process number for your snapshotted process. It's time to unpack the snapshot:

$ tar xzf -C /proc/<newprocessnumberhere>/ shell*.tar.gz

Ok, now the snapshot is in re-instated, but how do we get the process actually running again? Simple, we just send it the CONTinue signal:

$ kill -CONT <newprocessnumberhere>

And we're done. It doesn't get any simpler than that, right!?

Please note: this has only been tested on linux, i can't promise it'll work on any other OS.

(+Cory Altheide, because i think he'd appreciate this)
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ha ha ha lovely! This is the original RT, Radio Tirana :)))))))))) 
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WOW Pres. Putain came to show himself at the final!! Will he get undressed and give us a lap-dance, to increase his political following? :)))))
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ha ha ha Finally someone had Putin appear in the right context :)))
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Data Architect and DBA (with a soft spot for PostgreSQL). I'm always looking for new interesting professional challenges, so feel free to drop me a line about it. You can find my CV here.

Tech wise I'm a linux user, living in a family of linux users. We use Gentoo for the tricky stuff and Sabayon for whatever "just needs to run and run".

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What else? I'm a native speaker of a minority language, so I tend to care about language related issues, and I speak a number of idioms (many more I can only read).

The name I have here (and everywhere else on the net, in public activities etc.) is my name in my native language. I have to use another on my passport because this language currently has no legal status, but at least on the net I can simply be myself.

On the private side, it really depends on which "me" you get to know. I have a professional side, a network side, a real life side, I am a husband, a dad, a cat keeper (or cat kept, never really got which is which), a tremendously sedentary guy AND a mountain hiker with a passion for sailing boats.

It's too much to fit into a single person, so all these sides need to take turns (but yes, I manage to achieve quite a lot of concurrency). 

Did I say I like music? No!? Don't worry, after my 12,345th post about Xmal Deutschland and Danielle Dax you'll probably guess that bit on your own :)

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