sudo apt-get install libkdc2-heimdal
You can automate quite a lot, and you can even get the per unit cost competitive with a low wage worker. The problem is design changes, whether small tweaks to a current product or bring-up the next generation of a device. It's quite cheap to have a one hour meeting with the line workers to say, "look, you're going to put the screw 5mm to the left now." It's quite expensive to make even trivial changes to a largely-automated manufacturing process.
I believe it is very hard to overturn a jury verdict of "not guilty." A jury finding of "guilty" has a much lower barrier. Samsung has already asked for exactly that, even before this most recent discovery.
They're something like a decade late to the ARM party. "Already" is hardly the right work for it.
- HP48GX emulator (some Android scientific / graphic calcs are close, but not really feature complete yet)
In today's world, OSS4 is open source, it is actively being developed, and it WORKS!
If OSS4 is such a great magic bullet, why hasn't it it included (much less default!) in a single distribution? Why isn't it part of the stock kernel package? Until both of those things are the case, OSS4 will continue to be an also-ran, just like devfs2 and GGI.
I've been using Linux for over 10 years now and I've been telling people over and over again how even your grandma could use it, but sadly, I have to conclude that in some ways it still sucks balls for people who don't like fiddling around with obscure settings, configuration files, 4 layers of sound settings etc.
Yeah, I guess grandma will just have to use SPDIF output instead of HDMI. I'm sure she'll be heart-broken.
As a computer user I do not have time to do that.
Okay, then pay someone else to. Even if that means paying Microsoft or Apple to deliver you a working sound system. You aren't entitled to anything for free.
Where does your HP=Canon comment come from?
That's a laser statement. HP does not make any of their own laser print engines. They use Canon print engines.