This is a joke, right?
This is a joke, right?
That would have been an 8088, not 8086, yes? The latter were comparatively rare, PC's used the former.
"Maybe someday I'll find a Socket 4 in a dumpster "
Good place for them. They were vile.
Plus, don't forget about that little math bug in early Pentia.
You find a compiler binary or cross-compile it on another system.
A compiler written in FORTRAN? Really? Which one?
11/03 isn't old. 11/20 is old.
technically an 11/03 wasn't a PDP-11, it was an LSI-11.
The 11/34 was the first one that was really useful, EIS/FIS was built in so you had a divide instruction finally. But by then the console switches were gone, no more toggling in the boot loader for you.
Wow does that look weird. By the early 80s Z80 syntax was much more common. LXI. Ewwww.
Rightfully so. That thing was a pig.
I worked at Teklogix in the 70s and sat next to Dave Conroy and can attest to the fact he wrote it n PDP assembly than ran under RSX-11M. It was a better compiler than the one that shipped with Unix at the time; Dave and I both went to Waterloo, they had an 11/45.
This became decus C which had some influence on GCC. Allegedly the latter was a clean rewrite but I remember poking around on toad.com in 91 or so and seeing DGC's comments and initials in the code there.
Can't say I'm a C++ fan.
Profoundly schizophrenic individuals can now lock themselves in a room for a while and come out swinging.
And damn you all to hell.
Not occur anywhere on this page?
This has been around since before WWII and is the reason Hitler became a vegetarian. It's good, but it doesn't work all the time and where it does work they can't explain why.
Gerald Potter figured out the solution in 2007 and his work makes the work described here redudent.
It took 100 years for medical "science" to understand omega-3 oils were a good thing. Hopefully it won't take as long to start treating cancer properly and successfully like a very small number of people already are.
Plus, anyone that thinks you can have a server without ECC hasn't been doing this very long and needs to be yelled at by both Wietse Venema and Dan Bernstein.
And if you have to ask which Dan you really have no business running a server.
Twenty years. You had one job to do ietf, and this is what it's come to? Nobody's quite sure how to make stuff work on the other network?
It's hard to think of you as the end result of millions of years of evolution.