, the Japanese (as well as many other Asian countries) character system benefits from a higher resolution more than the writing systems used by most all Western countries.
Yeah, but what's the point having a resolution greater than what the human eye can resolve? IOT, if the human eye cannot see the difference between 4k or 4000k what is the point of 8k?
landing on the Martian surface in the late 2030s
The US being the Hare, who is the tortoise? Hint: they all live in China.
it's just about some marketing company selling all kinds of junk that is no different from what you get in any random outlet.
That's not obvious for everyone. And thanks to you, and your insightful modded post, more people are aware of the true nature of that news.
The sinking of the 'Rainbow Warrior" is an excellent example.
Certainly it is, but that was 30 years ago. France changed since.
comes with DD-WRT straight from the factory. Full open source, etc.
No, dd-wrt cannot be considered a fully open source project, as Openwrt is. See "Building_DD-WRT_from_Source". And an excerpt:
Building DD-WRT from source is difficult and according to the text here definitly not working on first try. You will see lots of strange errors and many confusing install-scripts. The forum is full of people who were not able to make this install-procedure running through. The infos in the forum is much newer than these here, but also very confusing and mixed up. (...) Brainslayer does not have the time to do everything
dd-wrt really looks like more of a closed project, that still benefits from the historical confusion related to is-it-or-not-open-source. This other quote from dd-wrt wiki is interesting
At present DD-WRT is available for free, although a different business model is being drafted by BrainSlayer in order to pay his salary, as this is his full time job
. And it seems dd-wrt makes arrangements with some wrt makers - this is why their firmware is available sometimes way before Openwrt.
I tried to install dd-wrt - because for some reasons it's what recommend people in forums - on some routers, and always had a problem: either instability, settings disappearing after a few reboots, features missing...
On the other hand, Openwrt is fully open source and is easily customizable. Installed it on many routers, including for friends, shops
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