Awesome... or terrifying depending which side of the wall you're on.
Because it's a just a nice version of quitting.
First download their mtx client.
Then this site: http://www.pedaltothemetal.com/index.php/news_story/mechwarrior4_free_released.html
was nice enough to repost the torrent file which downloads the mtx that you can use the offline mode of the client to install.
The link is labeled: Downloadmechwarrior4mercenaries.all.to.51.03.01.0017.mtx.torrent
1073 Seeders / 2154 Peers
tracker runs on mektek.net
Note: The client runs crazy slow after install. First thing I do is click Offline Mode.
So keep the salt secret to the server so at least someone has to brute force it?
Exactly, the forum link is just a bunch of users talking between themselves starting rumors. None of those are mods or admins.
So does this mean I can run Starcraft in full screen stretched instead of windowed with wine?
I did that on my XO-1 at a IHOP once and it worked great. That is after waiting forever for the terminal app to actually start. So disappointingly sluggish trying to run in sugar.
It's easier to add more columns instead of more rows to increase resolution and still meet timing requirements. Columns are loaded in parallel while the rows have to be addressed serially. Plus, people are used to looking side to side more than up an down.
At least two people care at this point since you've been modded to 3.
If you want people to learn your new acronym, you have to explain it at some point. It might not save time now but if after a while legions of slashdot users adopt it, it won't need to to be explained anymore and it will start to save time.
Even if it is a waste of space anyways.
The performance degradation in the Intel X-25 is not because of a "firmware bug".
Bugs can cause slowdowns, too
Though it's highly regarded, Intel's X25-M SSD had a firmware bug that adjusted the priorities of random and sequential writes, leading to a major fragmentation problem that dropped throughput dramatically. The issue was originally uncovered by PC Perspective after two months of testing. Those tests showed that write speeds dropped from 80MB/sec. to 30MB/sec. over time, and read speeds dropped from 250MB/sec. to 60MB/sec. for some large block writes.
Before firmware update
the result suggested a write speed of 30 MB/sec.
After firmware update
After composing myself, I did the same file copy I had tried earlier. 76 MB/sec.
Not a firmware bug?
Hit C with your thumb while one of the other fingers hold F1 (standing in for control)
At least with my hand, it's a more relaxed arrangement.
They might not have gotten what they deserved but they at least got what they asked for. After all, they specifically picked a license that allows this. How does Redhat's financial success affect the Kernel developers? And if the Redhat types aren't there, how will the millions of people be helped. Not many people are capable of providing for themselves the support and packaged bundles to run on their systems so they just wouldn't use it. Instead you'd get to say how many are rich from the thousands of people they've helped because you shrink the eligible audience.
And it's RHT now, not RHAT.
UNIX is hot. It's more than hot. It's steaming. It's quicksilver lightning with a laserbeam kicker. -- Michael Jay Tucker