a 2Ghz cpu emulating a 1Mhz cpu with amazing accuracy doesn't mean a 2Ghz cpu can emulate a 2Ghz cpu with amazing accuracy.
Considering that FIPS is a USA abortion and OpenBSD is Canadian, eh...
The word you are looking for is "abomination".
The OpenBSD group does a number of things. LibreSSL is one of them. They ask for donations to the general fund. If you like, you donate. If you don't, don't donate. OpenBSD runs a lean organization. Everything they do is open sourced and standards driven. And they make it _portable_ correctly.
If you have an axe to grind against them for forking a piece of shit code, take it and shove it.
Donations are appreciated: http://www.openbsdfoundation.o...
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Because emulators do not properly emulate some issues. Keep in mind, most of the time the host is... x86, but the end point being emulated is ARM.
Why does it take this much effort to explain to idiots why this is a bad idea?
Are you really equating giving your work address and your home address out as the same thing?
You obviously have evidence for this?
If you don't learn it from school, and don't learn it from slashdot, you don't know about it?!?!
No wonder all software sucks.
No, it is not. Granted, GNU doesn't like man pages any more, but in general, reading documentation is the RIGHT THING TO DO.
Uh, it's only been around since the mid-90s if not earlier.
Unconnected archiving is a universally recognized good practice. Why in hell don't the new guys understand this?
Every generation, someone gets to learn this lesson all over again.
ZFS raid does that.
Bullshit. I was running up through 10.4 or 10.5 on a PowerMac G4 450mhz. It was more responsive (I didn't say faster) and usable than the dual 1.4Ghz Pentium 3 I had.