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Comment: Re:Mod parent up! (Score 1) 409

by keneng (#47016759) Attached to: Don't Be a Server Hugger! (Video)

I'm a server hugger because clouds are too unwieldy and fluffy to hug :) Cloud is not a threat to server huggers. It is a complementary technology.
If the server you're hugging is dead in the water for whatever reason like an ACT OF GOD, the cloud is great for remote backup of your data or failover to ensure some service is provided from elsewhere at a different location where the ACT OF GOD had no effect. Google, Amazon, Ubuntu all have the ability to specify "Geographically dispersed locations"/"bitbucket locations" for your cloud storage/cloud apps. GOOGLE, AMAZON, UBUNTU win for cloud because when your requirements include that kind of thing, you won't be able to implement the same thing in a manner that is as cost-effective as GOOGLE, AMAZON, UBUNTU. For big companies 4k$/month is a drop in a bucket.

If however you are a "TRUST NO ONE WITH MY DATA HUGGER", that's a different matter. You'll want to encrypt your data, You'll want to own the servers where the data resides no matter what the costs and not want to trust GOOGLE, AMAZON, UBUNTU with your data. That's where DIY IN-HOUSE SERVER and IN-HOUSE GEOGRAPHICALLY DISPERSED BACKUP/FAILOVER SERVERS are interesting. You can call it IN-HOUSE CLOUD. As an example UBUNTU offers IN-HOUSE CLOUD solutions: Check out ORANGE BOX:
https://insights.ubuntu.com/20...

Comment: Wise choice. Low-end tablets are not adequate (Score 1) 87

by keneng (#46806127) Attached to: AMD Not Trying To Get Its Chips Into Low-Cost Tablets

AMD serves the desktop/server-with-big-TV-Display market very well and should not be questioned. AMD also has a respectable position in the laptop market. The devices AMD's products run in better serve the consumer. They would be well-advised to avoid supplying to tablets altogether.

LOW-END Tablets are very slow with single-core/dual-core SOCs and I have zero patience for the 3-10 second reaction times and 2-4 minutes startup times on LOW-END Tablet GUIs. Low-end tablets also have less-power efficiency since they are old chipsets. Retailers selling the low-end tablets right now are dumping it to the public on a "Take-it-or-leave-it" basis before they start selling the new stuff when the retailers know full-well that these low-end tablets are inadequate for day-to-day requirements. It's unethical IMHO, but consumers are gullible. Tablets are inefficient without a keyboard. The latest trend is to get a bluetooth keyboard which renders the whole concept of tablets pretty much eliminated because keyboards are a necessity and not optional accessory. Tablets are inefficient for senior citizens with lower hearing/sight capabilities. Having to pinch/zoom is a pain in the butt because those suffering from arthritis in the fingers/joints won't like doing that all the time either. Built-in speakers are terrible for seniors to hear with and touching the wrong place with the ears on the tablet results in the phone call being disconnected. Hands-free is better for Seniors.

SIM CARDS/phone chipsets integrated within desktop/server motherboards is a potential market for AMD and its partners, but IMHO wireless should be used as minimally as possible. I am quite certain there are health effects being constantly surrounded by wireless energy everywhere around us, be it bluetooth, wifi or all the different phone/mobile data frequencies. I feel like my hand is being fried in a microwave everytime I use my phone for internet 3G or whenever I am on the phone call with someone long enough. I think it would be preferrable for everyone to use wired as much as possible for security and for health reasons when we are at home.

Comment: Partners == (Manufacturers&&USERS) != GOVE (Score 1) 141

by keneng (#46290501) Attached to: Two Ubuntu Phones Coming In 2014, Aiming For Top 50 iOS/Android Apps

"Ubuntu puts the control back into the hands of our partners"

You can interpret what Mark Shuttleworth said as a WIN for manufacturers and telecom companies, but it doesn't necessarily make it a LOSE situation for USERS. It will be a win for the USERS if the phone itself competes with Apple hardware style, at an Apple Price point with a Linux Desktop Digital Freedom/Digital Privacy expectations.

There are differences of opinion as to what the developer tools should be for the Ubuntu Touch Phone for certain. As it stands, Ubuntu is pushing QT/QML as the hammer for every application being a nail. I'm not keen on this. The choice of toolset should be consistent with the desktop choice because that's what UBUNTU's current user/developer base are accustomed to. I have witnessed most of their tools being compiled for the Ubuntu Touch system, but they have yet to be debugged so there is hope on that front for all the desktop tools to come to Ubuntu Touch. If that happens that will be a big win for all LINUX Users from any LINUX flavor. I'm a touchy feely kind of guy however. I want to try it before I buy it. That's why I bought the Nexus 4 and have a dual-booting Android Kitkat/Ubuntu Touch phone and Android wins hand-down right now with key features. Android's coolest feature is hotspot wifi, but Currents, Firefox(Google Search), TuneIn, Youtube and Dramafever are by far my household's favourites. I can setup my phone as a wifi-hotspot for my netbook when I'm away from home while listening to a tunein stream on the phone itself. I can currently use mobile data with Android. My phone certainly doesn't replace my laptop or desktop that's certain. It's just a complementary accessory. As a last resort having my phone handy with a mini bluetooth keyboard could be ok, but not for all-day usage. Bose Mini-Link Speakers are a godsend to my ears when they are connected via bluetooth to our android phones. If these capabilities are found on the Ubuntu Touch, then it's a no-brainer decision because Android can be replaced. I hope that GNOME comes to Ubuntu Touch. I don't know about other users, but I would love to see it replace unity everywhere altogether.

Google still wins from this because AOSP reference point hardware license IMHO is still in effect. That means if you buy an Ubuntu Touch Phone, odds are it will come in a dual-boot Android/Ubuntu setup as a default. Everybody wins because everybody gets a piece of the $$$ pie and the USERS get their DIGITAL FREEDOM/DIGITAL PRIVACY.

Comment: Re:Failure on Subsurface devs' part (Score 1) 282

by keneng (#45981041) Attached to: Intel Dev: GTK's Biggest Problem, and What Qt Does Better

I don't want to judge Subsurface as the be-all end-all conclusion as to which toolkit(kde or gtk or qt)/which gui language(c++ vs qml/declarative vs java vs javascript) is best. That's not my point. My point is we shouldn't trash gtk/gtkmm. Gtk/gtkmm have their strengths and the subsurface team failed to discover gtks strengths given their limited effort/time unfortunately.

My main concern is for the subsurface team to be seen as simply plugging QT as the ONE AND ONLY GUI tookit all developers should be imposed to use. I am also concerned about the subsurface team plugging the QML/declaratives(javascript-like) as the ONLY language to use for building GUI's.

It is important for developers to have options by supporting the variety of languages/toolsets in the developer ecosystem not only on Linux Desktops, but also on all mobile devices be it Android, Ubuntu Touch, Jolla , MozillaOS or others.

I believe gtk is a valid alternative to qt and I wish it to remain so. I also believe golang like other newer languages will be easier to use complementary alternatives to c++ and deserve more love and attention also since their bindings with qt as well as gtk are getting more maturity. I didn't realize Unity uses gtk apis. Ubuntu continues to ship gnome-ubuntu based on gtk apis. I recently heard phablet-flash was re-written using the golang. There is a reason for that. golang compiles/links faster than c++ without compromising runtime performance. I'm not saying golang is the only tool to use. On the contrary, it solidifies my position that qt/qml shouldn't be the only alternatives to consider for building apps/guis if you're going to consider a code rewrite. golang is hugely interesting because of the way it more easily creates bindings for existing c/c++ libs than perl, python and JAVA/JNI.

Comment: don't impose your lang(QML) on device platforms (Score 3, Insightful) 282

by keneng (#45976527) Attached to: Intel Dev: GTK's Biggest Problem, and What Qt Does Better

GTK is far from trash. It certainly compiles and links faster than a Qt app. It can build gui's entirely in your c++ code or integrate with glade-tool-created ui which is on par with qtcreator in that respect. It blends well with c++/c libraries.
I have recently delved into gui development with Qt on Ubuntu touch(ubuntu-sdk) and Qt on Android(Necessitas and Qt for Android). I'm not quite content with either. Newer Qt tools force developers to use QML/declarative script. The ide doesn't offer any easy way to use C++ for everything in Android. It's possible, but it's not very well documented. When compiling and Android app without QML/.ui files, the IDE isn't intuitive to use to get what you need to build the minimum .apk with the AndroidManifest.xml and other Android "deployment" characteristics for plain c++ built-apps.

gtkmm has no complications about assembling everything into an apk file. You just assemble everything c++ into your executable or keep them separate. It's the developers choice unlike android's forcing of everything into an apk. I just prefer desktop app development over mobile device development. Qt doesn't save you time with android. You still need to do your homework and learn everything android anyways. i.e. JNI to get access to special non qml apis. There has been recent discussion about difficulty using persistent storage api with qml. That's so 1990's an issue. There are so many ways of skinning that cat with c++ libs of all sorts. boost serialization and mongodb come to mind, but there are so many others. Even golang(higher-level C++-like) has less problems using gtk and serialization than qt/qml and it has even shorter compile/link times than c++. golang/gtk/serialization compile/link time c++/gtk/serialization compile/link time qt/qml serialization compile/link time.

To be blunt, I would rather compile with gtkmm with Ubuntu/Debian on any device mobile/desktop/cloud given the opportunity.
There will be an opportunity to see gtk on ubuntu touch. I would prefer gtk than qt toolkit on ubuntu touch because it would save enormous amounts of time iterating through compiles/links.

Don't call GTK trash and I won't trash QT. They both have their places, but platforms should not impose language choices on developers like android and ubuntu touch did by forcing everyone to use qt. That was a mistake. All this to say GTK has its strengths and weakness and so does qt/qml/declaratives. It's interesting and useful, but doesn't necessarily save the developer time and qt doesn't necessarily give the best runtime performance if an app has qml/declaratives in it when compared with straight c++. If the ubuntu touch team would have stuck with gtk for the touch interface, I believe they would have finished the ubuntu touch/ubuntu edge prototype completely by now. If Android would get rid of all the apk complexity, provided c++-only gui api and stuck to c++ rather than convoluted java/jni/c++, there would have been even more apps in their play store by now. golang will have greater importance on for building guis/apps on all platforms soon enough. go-gtk bindings exist. So do go-qt bindings. One thing is certain. I don't like QML and that's a subjective thing. Knock yourself out with qml if you want but don't impose it on everyone else. That's bad for business. People will walk away if it's the only developer tool option offered for a device.

Comment: Re:So that's what the model is based on (Score 1) 228

by keneng (#45827523) Attached to: US Requirement For Software Dev Certification Raises Questions

I happen to know a thing or two about losing job opportunities because of a lack of official technical credentials. Life is not fair and we all have to accept that. How we redirect our emotional energies with respect to results we get in every situation is vital. The only advice I dare say is to be hopeful, pray, be constructive and distract yourself once in a while and waste time doing things you like to do. If you're a coder than that would mean wasting time learning stuff on some cool new world-improving tech algo, or fiddling with some cool new world-improving gizmo.

Now here is a different approach I have stumbled upon just recently about Iceland and their job situation and what they did about it:
http://therebel.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=721143:icelanders-overthrow-government-and-rewrite-constitution-after-banking-fraud-no-word-from-us-media&catid=135:news&Itemid=1229

Whether it's an approach that could be applied in the U.S.A. or CANADA, it could but it would require a lot of momentum to make happen.

The first on my list of GOVERNMENT/INSTITUTION changes would be to make sure that all jobs don't require credentials, but rather a level of passion toward a particular position's subject matter. To demonstrate that passion to substantiate your application submission, I would leave that up to you.

In the situation for a job like OBAMACARE developer, I would submit myself as a web developer and like any other developer before building any system, I would need to clarify the requirements of the system to build. In the case of obamacare, the requirements are written somewhere so I would request to see them and come back in a few weeks to state my reflections about the system. I would also recommend obamacare have it for a limitless supply of developers doing the same thing. In two weeks time, all the developers could gather round and discuss write up some clarifications, analysis plans, design plans and implementation plans all together. The government could all pay us the same fee for doing so. It could be minimum wage or not. The point is those that have the passion and those that will want to work together will stick around and those that don't will go elsewhere.
As time goes by seniority will count for something and rewarded accordingly up to a certain acceptable threshold. As it stands the threshold should be low considering the country's situation job-wise and debt-wise. Everybody ought to have an opportunity to get out of a bad situation and help the rest of the country get out of a bad situation. With all the rules and regulations as they are protecting the old boys club, ROME will fall as it has before.

I don't really see the light at the end of the tunnel here in Canada either, I am a programmer working as a security guard doing coding as a small-business sideline in my spare time, but I am hopeful the Canadians and Americans alike will reach their level of acceptable of tolerance and eventually turn to solutions like Iceland thought up as point of reference of a country that is in a state of recovery from a huge economic crisis.

Comment: torproject should sell tor routers/phones/desktops (Score 1) 123

by keneng (#45555475) Attached to: Group Thinks Anonymity Should Be Baked Into the Internet Itself Using Tor

Tor project should sell tor applicances in every shape. routers, phones, desktops, laptops. Lots of phones/routers have GNU/Linux customizeable firmware. Nobody has taken upon themselves to offer up turn-key solutions/support for these.
Jolla Phone, Mozilla Firefox OS phone, Cyanogenmod?, Iphone, Ubuntu Phone.

You could configure it with tor DIY as you would your desktop, but for your grandma that doesn't cut the mustard.
That's why a turn-key service-offering like that would be best.
That would be something worth selling in little mall kiosks across the country.
To give you an idea how much people crave for something like this, the bitcoin(anonymity-related) Robocoin kiosk in Vancouver is a success in its first month.

Here is how I think things should work:
1)You could pay torproject a fee and send them your SIM/phone/ADSL-VDSL-CABLEMODEM router.
2)torproject does what needs to be done. i.e. flash the phone, flash the router, and automagically configure for customer to target isp/phone provider.
3)torproject sends you the appliance ready to go.

If you don't have a phone/router, it would be best to ask for recommendations from torproject what hardware can best support your digital freedoms and privacy.
At present, I prefer the specs and digital freedom of the Google Nexus 4. Ubuntu Phone, Android, Cyanogen, Replicant, FireFox OS can run on it. Iphone can be jailbroken, but the point here is to buy hardware that supports digital freedom from the get-go. Google sells all its NEXUS phones UNLOCKED as it should be and that's why I recommend the NEXUS 4 because they are well-known in the developer community. The NEXUS 5 is a beautiful phone, but at present it's hard to find other firmwares running it on it apart from Android. That's a bug and not a feature with respect to Digital Freedom and Digital Privacy. The consumer deserves the right of choice of OS on their hardware applicance be it phone, computer, router, fridge, coffee-maker whatever.

The IETF could put TOR in the plumbing, but it's not going to happen. It's not politically correct in some countries and that's why it's not going to fly that way. It has to be through some hardware manufacturers and let the consumers purchase it. CONSUMERS have all the purchasing power.
All we have to do is market digital freedom and digital privacy hardware and ensure it comes with a turn-key tor solution in it.
Torproject should be the ones providing that and receive some kind of fee for it.
Tails CD was close, but it has bugs and doesn't work behind routers. That's why torproject router/phone firmware would be important to have.

Comment: adequate $$ hw exists (Score 1, Troll) 294

by keneng (#45439229) Attached to: PlayStation 4 Released

mini-pcs can be pricey, but there are alternatives that run Linux/XMBC. This is far from a thoroughly list, but they are relatively recent pieces of hardware:
http://www.mini-itx.com/store/?c=85
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/gigabyte-brix-pc-gaming-iris-pro-5200-haswell,24246.html
http://www.itxcanada.com/products/VIA_EPIA_P910_10Q_Pico_ITX_Motherboard_1_0GHz_VIA_Quad_Core_E_Processor-1166-0.html
http://www.ebay.de/itm/Jynxbox-TV-BOX-HD-Amlogic-8726-1080p-XBMC-MELE-F10-PRO-MIC-Speaker-Remote-/400549785064?clk_rvr_id=546961982081

Simple Android Hardware could do the trick and the price is less-expensive:
http://en.mele.cn/products/show/31.htm
http://www.ebay.de/itm/MINIX-NEO-X7-Android-4-2-Quad-Core-2GB-DDR3-WIFI-XBMC-1080p-Rii-mini-N7-Remote-/400566821009?pt=Netzanschluss&hash=item5d43a4a091
http://www.cloudsto.com/mk902-pc/rikomagic-mk902-quad-core-16gb-flash-dhl-express-shipping-detail.html

Most inexpensive android ARM-based hardware do not have gigabit ethernet on the hardware because the SOC's can't achieve more than 470~Mbps..
Intel/AMD motherboards are true-Gigabit ethernet. Gamers would tend to agree this is important for network gameplay. Gamers also tend to purchase PC-Hardware because you can buy gamer-specific optimized network equipment to give you a competitive edge when playing. It's take it or leave it with consoles unless you do mod it yourself. Oh wait, Sony doesn't make open-hardware, so the consumer will go for the open-hardware. It's important to have gigabit ethernet if you intend on running any kind of web server/mail server on your open software system in order for it to be an optimal experience for the user while not costing a fortune for a general-purpose hardware rather than single-purpose game-console appliance hardware. The other added advantage about pc's and mini-pc's over android devices and consoles is that you can create content with them rather than simply consume content with them. Keep in mind content is not king. The consumer is.

From what I remember slashdot was a place to talk about stuff related to linux. The word "slashdot" and the logo /. have to do especially with Linux/POSIX stuff. Since when does Slashdot plug Sony hardware especially when it's not Linux friendly any longer? Oh yeah since Slashdot is owned by Condé-Nast and needs to generate revenue for its patrons; let me guess Sony is one of it's patrons?

Comment: Google Cloud Print is a Software as a service (Score 1) 319

by keneng (#44984825) Attached to: RMS On Why Free Software Is More Important Now Than Ever Before

Google cloud print SAAS offers an innovative and deceptively convenient way to circumvent the printing/scanning problem from ARM phones/tablets running android. It comes at the price of privacy because you are sharing what you print with google. Are you really sure you want to share all that you print with google? Wouldn't you prefer to always keep your printouts private?

HP/EPSON/CANON designed their printers/scanners to usb connect and print/scan from INTEL/AMD desktops/laptops running windows and NOT from ARM devices running Linux nor Android. You can't usb connect/print/scan from an ARM phone/tablet at present. VENDOR lock-in anyone? Will USB plug and play firmware in printers and scanners ever directly support connectivity to ARM/Loongson/MIPS devices? Firmware from these scanner/printer companies isn't typically open-source which makes it difficult to introduce recently identified new requirements. It's about time that they do become open-source because it's starting to be a real mess for printing/scanning connectivity from legacy printers/scanners with mobile devices. While the manufacturers are at it, it would be a good idea to implement support not only for ARM in ANDROID, but also Loongson/MIPS/ARM in android and GNU/LINUX while they are at it. It would go a long way to preserve everyone's digital privacy.

Comment: Ubu-Pop & GNU-Pop is rising (Score 5, Interesting) 631

by keneng (#44946037) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Are We Witnessing the Decline of Ubuntu?

Chinese government and Steam as clients and you dare to say there a decline in Ubuntu? The fact you write an article about Ubuntu in DATAMATION means there must be some validity in its rising popularity. In Germany, they are giving away Ubuntu CD's for all Windows XP users. That doesn't sound like a decline in fact the author didn't even mention that aspect. Gnome is still available as an alternative session along with other Window Managers(twm,KDE) from the Ubuntu repos although it isn't the default. Users that don't like Unity can simply change the session.

My clients are seeking alternatives to windows. When I show them Ubuntu, they are impressed and it's like a breath of fresh air for them. They didn't know they could do that. Even more important, they are starting to use Ubuntu to do their DATA BACKUPS. Does that indicate a sharp decline in Ubuntu? I would say quite the contrary.

With all the NSA distrust recently, people are actually going out of their way to familiarize themselves with gnupg, enigmail and tor in Ubuntu and other GNU/Linux distros which provide digital privacy/anonymity. I have been getting other clients wanting to learn about this aspect also.

He's right with respect to some decisions the users may disagree with the benevolent dictator now and then. That's why I also use Debian GNU/Linux because the other distros have their strengths and for each user to discover those themselves.

One last aspect, Ubuntu is part of the bigger GNU/Linux community. It does function as a separate business entity, but the backup plan is the source code remains available to the global GNU/Linux community forever through forks. The author's fear of jumping onto an Ubuntu sinking ship is bullshit. In fact it's far from sinking. The Ubuntu phone will be popular. It's just that not everyone wants to buy non-existant product without having experienced the touchy-feely try-before-you-buy aspect. I'm one of them. I have faith in Ubuntu's direction, but I prefer to see to product made before buying it. The hardware is coming and GNU/LINUX and all its flavors will rise and not just ubuntu.

Comment: move to a digital freedom respecting county (Score 1) 214

by keneng (#44859875) Attached to: No Child Left Untableted

Do not sign the student tablet agreement. Move to another county where digital freedoms are respected and students are encouraged to open up hardware and experiment with what's under the hood.

Guilford County's student tablet agreement as mentioned above reduces the students' digital freedoms.

Once again this shows you can't trust big media or big gov or big school to defend your freedoms. EFF and GNU are good points of reference to understand what I am talking about. Be careful before buying any hardware and never buy hardware on a lease or a plan because companies use that excuse to lock down the computers, tablets, phones while you don't completely own the hardware. This is a perfect example of that. They think they can stop you from opening up the tablet hardware by signing some piece of paper. REFUSE to sign by all means. Everyone must remain vigilant to preserve their rights to fix/tweak things to their liking for anything they own.

Comment: students should pay teachers directly bi-weekly (Score 1) 1255

by keneng (#44735105) Attached to: Why One Woman Says Sending Your Kid To Private School Is Evil

Public or private, school teachers need to please their customer: the student. Don't pay teachers through the municipal, provincial/state, federal system for education. Public elementary, high-school and university teachers have forgotten that they need to please the student since they are the customer and the customer is always right. Public/Private schools alike can put on a good show for a day in each semester for the parents and for the rest of the year teacher class presentations could be mediocre when the parents aren't around.

To correct this problem, the best way is to ensure the teacher understands who's the boss: the student is. Make the students aware how much each teacher salary is. Make the students aware how much the admin staff salary is. Make them aware how much their parents' salaries are. Ask them if they think they are getting their monies worth.

The students have every right to make the changes necessary to get the most bang for buck. They can organize and hire alternative sources to get their pragmatic education. If the teachers are under-performing/not helping you to understand the curriculum, not protecting you against bullying, then just don't pay them or simply fire the teacher or take the same course elsewhere with another teacher. That is the student's right since he/she is paying for it. The students themselves should directly pay the teacher bi-weekly in order for the teacher to understand who is paying his/her salary. It's not some abstract government boss that is paying his salary; it's the student. That money can get transferred to another teacher anytime the student wants; this is as it should be. The current problem is that the parent is doing all the paying right now; this is a problem because the student has no control his teacher. If the student at least had monetary power over his teacher, the threat of taking his revenue elsewhere would provide sufficient motivation for the teacher to perform his duties as the student perceives and not as some rule or regulation stipulates in some abstract manual hidden away that only adminstrators hold the keys to. The administrators should be the students since they are paying for the courses and curriculum. They should be the ones deciding what they want to take and when. Not some abstract school board which isn't in touch with the times teaching their classes as if it's still the 1960's.

Students are the ones paying for the school to run. Make them aware that of their capabilities to make that change in the system. Don't let the school admin tell the students how it's going to run. The students are the customer and the customer is always right because they are the ones paying for the system in the first place. Nothing in fact is public. Everything is paid for in every system. The students should be the administration in fact. If enough students assemble, the change will take place. Don't let teachers unions scare the students. It's not in the teacher unions best interests to dispute with student unions because they will lose big time because all the money is truly in the students pockets and they can find their education elsewhere and the internet is starting to look much more efficient to be quite honest. There are many good wanna-be teachers out there that know much about their specialty that would be happy to share their knowledge given enough monetary motivation as a means to survive and they will offer a better bang for the buck.

Certification is not the be-all and end all. Experience is. Find those with experience to teach you stuff you want to know.

Comment: Where's the long-term support for Tegra250? NONE! (Score 1) 83

by keneng (#44514089) Attached to: NVIDIA Open Sources SHIELD's Operating System

They discontinued Tegra250 support. Tegra250 is only two years old by the way. It doesn't instill buyer's confidence.
They can say what they want. I don't believe them. It hints how they will treat open-source folks 2 years from now.
I'm not touching tegra stuff or any other arm stuff until they show they seriously support open-source.
I've wasted enough time with the Tegra250
It's going to take a lot of commitment and time to win over this hardware buyer.
Intel/AMD is the only place for me and it's faster.
Have a nice day.

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