anh79 comments on “Search domain names if registered or not in terminal”
Can you give some example? I have tried some registrars and if you don’t provide some NS information, the default NS information is used.
I have a tool in the past https://gist.github.com/icy/b30893cecc8ec657317ba93831b0fd4a… it works fine as I experience. The tool has option `–all` to check by using both google/open dns. E.g,
$ whoisvn google-is-good.com --all
opendns.org: google-is-good.com available
googledns: google-is-good.com available
$ whoisvn google-is-bad.com --all
opendns.org: google-is-bad.com available
googledns: google-is-bad.com available
lord_jim comments on “Now You Can Literally Get Fucked by the Price of Bitcoin”
Yawn. Wake me when you can actually mine cryptocurrency using this
(Although if anyone wants to build something similar, the lovense toys are actually a pretty good choice. Just serial commands over Bluetooth as far as I know, so it’s super easy to hook them up to an Api or sensor)
mrep comments on “Sam Altman: ‘Too many’ Y Combinator companies raise money”
Is it? I feel like they get so many applications and the bar is so high now that most of the teams are already getting steady revenues before even getting in.
nicky0 comments on “Technical feasibility of regulating public Blockchain explored”
Decentralisation and censorship resistance are fundamental properties of Bitcoin.
zerr comments on “Ask HN: Non-Eu Developers how do you plan to handle users from GDPR countries?”
Why not just fulfill the request?
mintplant comments on “Chrome is Not the Standard”
Thanks for the clarification.
lsc comments on “Gamers Want DMCA Exemption for ‘Abandoned’ Online Games”
Note, this is just to register your copyright. My understanding is that you still own the copyright if you don’t register, but it’s weaker in some ways.
so, the poster you are responding to is technically wrong, but in practice, my understanding is that if it’s distributed by a serious company, it’s usually a registered copyright, and so the library of congress gets a copy.
Of course, I don’t know the details of how this is done; when I did my book, the publisher handled all that stuff.
1 – Bitcoin price is crashing
toast0 comments on “Search domain names if registered or not in terminal”
Almost always, you need to provide nameservers when you register a domain. host -t NS example.org should return something, even if the listed nameservers don’t exist, don’t respond for that domain, or return NXDomain.
sitkack comments on “FCC Fines Sinclair Broadcast Group $13.4m for Running Sponsored Content as News”
Imagine if you will an absurdly constructed hypothetical argument.