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I dont know about the rest of you but my Mr. Fusion works just fine. I mean, it just came out this year but I havent had many problems with it. hell, even sold my old one to some elderly guy and a kid driving around the town in an old delorean.
Guys, this is not a dick-sucking contest. If you want to parse PE binaries, go right ahead. If Red Hat wants to deep-throat Microsoft, that's *your* issue. That has nothing what-so-ever to do with the kernel I maintain. It's trivial for you guys to have a signing machine that parses the PE binary, verifies the signatures, and signs the resulting keys with your own key. You already wrote the code, for chissake, it's in that f*cking pull request.
By the time SCALE 11 hit, Matt was no longer working at redhat. people moved on. A Fork was always an option for Matthew...just perplexed as to why he decided to do it 2 years after...
Basically with the latter two modes I'd like to be able to switch between inputting to PC1 & DOCK1, whilst continuing to be able to monitor each by outputting each one's video to one of the 2 monitors. However, I also want to be able to go dual-screen with and control PC1 & PC2.
I guess a better question is 'what do you want to do?' It sounds like all 3 will need to be immediately accessible. switching quickly between the 3 would be cheapest if you purchased multiple keyboards, and mice. Identify the gaming machine, and if required give it 2 monitors. the rest can KVM traditionally through a single or have a dedicated number of monitors.
workload in general...you might want to address some consolidation issues if you find yourself requiring 3 graphical terminals. For example: if one is a BSD machine you could simply ssh or vnc into it.
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