Heh... There's levels of "intrepid Linux hacker"... Some go where angels fear to tread, after all... >;-D
...if you're doing Linux gamedev or are already using Steam on Linux...you may well be ready for that.
Actually, depending on the State in question, it *IS* defined as a Deceptive (hint...class of fraud...) Trade Practice. Falls under unconsionable clauses in a contract.
The fact that they're applying to the party absolutely not involved with the deal...heh... That IS clearly Fraud.
Yeah, as do some of the 4-digit crowd as well...
Heh...they were complaining about the predecessor, Chips and Dips, from it's day 1... >:-D
Dude...lay down the crack pipe. It's making you post bullshit- and Anonymously at that.
Any OS? Really? This would mean you're using OpenCL or OpenGL/OpenGLES to do things- just for starters. But, in truth, there's no inbound/outbound pathway from or to the GPU (The GPU generally doesn't have I/O access to things and for good reasons...) without an additional OpenGL/OpenCL application as a front-end. Which would be VERY OS specific.
Sorry, but the person in question that claimed that it was possible hasn't the foggiest about what he was talking about. But...nice try.
If it's using some sort of communications ("ultrasonic networking") it's **NOT** airgapped in any way, shape, or form.
"Airgapped" means no remote automated communications of ANY kind would be possible. You can't interact with it by remote, period- you have to have a human being log into a local console to do things with it. This is a failure of the airgapping measures being exploited is all- or it was never really airgapped to begin with.
Vaseline? Try Teflon....
For wont of mod points....
They didn't put as much effort into "it just works" with mostly the latest and greatest as Ubuntu did. Debian's got more amazing amounts of "stuff" than people were prepared to deal with- and the good stuff was oftentimes in "Sid" which meant you weren't as stable as Ubuntu USED to be.
You pay a differing price dor those types of uses.
You're presuming that $1Bln put into FreeBSD work is going to EVER be contributed back. That's NOT a foregone conclusion, perpenso.
Depends on the nature of the development in the ppc64 branch. If it's in the core instead of the arch/dir, then you gain from it.
Not really. It switches to HTTPS for me right now.
No caps. For real. No BS. No filtering either.