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what do you think about Prometeus/Ignite? Anonymous 05/03/2021 (Mon) 09:09:02 No. 3879 [Reply]
i got banned on 4chan for making a thread about this, the jannies must have thought i was paid shill or something. i dont want to post their website link cause i dont want to get banned. but this is exactly why in interested in this service. "Our mission is to return control over data back to its owners and grant freedom of expression to everyone." "To make Ignite censorship resistant, all data is stored indefinitely at BTFS/Bittorrent and can not be deleted by us." too good to be true? seems very unknown
Isn't this place run by those Phillipine Qanon schizos Jim and Fred Watkin or whatever their names are? Don't think they'll delete something like this. Here is your url: https://prometeus.io/ Them misspelling Prometheus pisses me off. >Our mission is to return control over data back to its owners this conflicts a bit with >Data Owner is the person or the company that has got some valuable data that he/she is trying to sell, monetize or share on the terms it thinks is right. This is already the case. Companies spy on you and then sell your data. Their mission is apparently to let them sell this? What then do they mean with returning control? >To make Ignite censorship resistant, all data is stored indefinitely at BTFS/Bittorrent and can not be deleted by us but >in order to fight with illicit activities we have sensitive content AI filers [sic], which will warn you about the illicit content. If they can filter what you see to show you warnings, what prevents them from hiding things from your view? You don't need to delete something to censor it, you can just hide it.

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Doing all kind of hacking services Anonymous 05/04/2021 (Tue) 17:43:08 No. 3912 [Reply]
Doing all kind of hacking services Contact me for deals Telegram:@hackvolt
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Can i has 1000 robux plox?
>>3912 >all kind of hacking services Can you make another evangelion?

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is this a tutorial compilation for W2K3 ? Anonymous 04/28/2021 (Wed) 08:22:44 No. 3792 [Reply]
Hello, I found that, and I looking for the difference between the NTDEV compilation and that link it seem like 2 differents method for compile W2K3. https://rentry.co/s7gw3
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>>3792 feedback on my autoniggerer pls
>>3804 also how do I get rid of the stuttering on linux the terminal cleans very smooth and without stutter the windows cmd flashes everytime clear gets called
>>3807 Use \r when you print dont call clear

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Grsecurity can do as it pleases with your code. Anonymous 04/27/2021 (Tue) 23:09:30 No. 3780 [Reply]
Look, when Grsecurity decides to add additional terms between it and it's customers: that's a business decision, protected by American Business Law. Your copyright bullshit doesn't override that. Sure, if Grsecurity was operating as a charity it might have to abide by the linux kernel license and not add additional terms when distributing it's changes to the linux kernel and the compiler. But it's not. It's operating as a Business. It can add any additional terms it wants when distributing for pay to it's Customers. This is a Fundamental american freedom as confirmed by the Supreme Court. Additionally Grsecurity did it's due dilligence by having an attorney from the Patent Bar look over it's business plan and the Patent Bar attorney found no copyright problems: American Business law gives an absolute right to conduct Business with whatever customers one wants to; and to cut off any customers one wants to at anytime: INCLUDING as a forewarned penalty if an act of redistribution to non-customers occurs. It doesn't matter what linus' copyright rights are to his work, nor what his license supposidly allows. American Business Law allows Grsecurity to add whatever additional terms it wants to when working with IT'S CUSTOMERS. It has chosen to add: No redistribution, Forum is Penn. State, Law is Penn. Law, No liability if penalty for illicit redistribution is enacted. Grsecurity has the RIGHT to protect it's PROPERTY: which are the changes it has chosen to make to the Linux Kernel and the GCC compiler. It does NOT matter what linus thinks his copyright means. It doesn't mean anything. Which is WHY linus hasn't spoken up: He knows he has no legs to stand on: his copyright isn't worth trash. Same with RMS and the Free Software Foundation and their GCC compiler: Their copyright isn't worth trash. All Programmers Agree: Patches are not subject to the original copyright holders copyright. Patent Bar lawyers agree as well.
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>>3786 ># Instantly wrong.
All copyright is a meme regardless of the license. If one license isn't valid none of them are. You download my car and I'll download yours.
>>3796 Copyright is a meme if you never enforce it.

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Anonymous 03/16/2021 (Tue) 11:31:58 No. 2967 [Reply]
Why Windows sucks so much?
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>>3753 >The only thing I've noticed is it chugs RAM like a motherfucker I am convinced there is a rather serious memory leak somewhere in windows right now. Ive had an ongoing issue for several months now where the RAM usage reported by the task manager will gradually climb over the period of a few days, but the actual amount of RAM being used by all the listed processes is actually far below the total amount of RAM which is supposedly in use. At one point to check my sanity, I autistically froze the task manager update interval, got a calculator, and manually added the physical ram usage of each running process together. When I finished, there was a discrepancy of like 7 or 8 GB of ram which was supposedly in use, but which was not accounted for by any running process. I did the same thing in the details tab and on the resource monitor, and got the same result. Eventually it gets so bad that the computer starts using huge quantities of CPU time attempting to free up RAM by compressing what parts of it it can, or by putting some of it into the page file. With an SSD, the speed reduction from this isnt that bad at first, but when it gets to about 92% RAM usage it slows way down. Even if speed werent an issue, its still running 1 or 2 CPU cores at like 120% overclock at all times, leading to increased heat production, power consumption, and wear.
>>3758 >task manager tells me that the disk is at 100% usage but there are only 5 programs each reading at 100KB/sec which is clearly not anywhere near the disk capacity What is it saying the response time is? The "disk usage" metric is based on the percentage of the time the disk is active, which, for a HDD, includes time actively reading from the disk, time actively writing to the disk, time spent physically moving the reader heads from one location to another, and time spent waiting on a particular physical location on the disk containing the desired data to pass under the reader head once it is in position. If the data being retrieved is physically located all in one block on the disk, then the last two parts are less important, since it basically just moves the reader head to the specified location and continually reads the data in a single operation. But if the data is spread out over many physical locations on the disk, then it spends more and more time moving the reader head from one location to another, and less time actually reading or writing data. Also, even if the data is located in roughly the same "ring" of the disk, if it is out of order, then it has to wait for the disk to make a partial revolution before the next piece can be read. Think of it as a clock. If the first part of the data you need is at the 3:00 position, and the second piece is at the 4:00 position, then you dont have to wait long to be able to access the second piece. If it is instead at the 9:00 position, you have to wait a bit longer. If it is instead at the 2:59 position, you have to wait for almost a full rotation before you can read the rest of the data. >>TLDR: Your disk is probably very fragmented.You can fix this by using a disk defragmenter, which basically takes all the pieces of data on the drive and groups them together, so stuff that is used together is physically located close to each other on the disk. windows has this built in, but I believe the general consensus is that a tool like defraggler is either faster and/or more effective.
>>3768 This whole thing sounds retarded and on top of that if you had an SSD under a regular process launching scheme, the thing you're trying to launch wouldn't take any time at all since reads on SSDs are super fast and that's really the only thing that takes any perceivable amount time when launching a process. >>3769 >when it gets to about 92% RAM usage I noticed that there are thresholds that the windows does not like if you surpass. For win7 it was 90% and after that the OS tried to aggressively use the swap and reclaim memory however it could, completely fucking up your user experience in the process. After win7 they moved it to 80% which is ludicrous because with how much bloat came after 7 and with 20% of your memory unusable, you really need an expensive computer just to read the fucking newspaper online. >>3770 >What is it saying the response time is? I don't know, I don't think the task manager gives you that information and I didn't check anything else. I still have that computer though I don't use it anymore, I'm going to boot it up later to see how much fragmenting there's on the disk but I just think windows was just conveniently not reporting some of what it was doing.

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UNBLOAT THE INTERNET Anonymous 05/17/2020 (Sun) 18:26:32 No. 105 [Reply]
here is some GOPHER tools https://bitbucket.org/SSS8555/ G6 documentation: https://bitbucket.org/SSS8555/acid/downloads/G6_project.7z Link for normies: https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=85198 ------------ plans to implement on G6 protocol: 1. requests for line ranges (DONE) 2. CRC32 in requests to prevent sending filest in cache http://mdfs.net/Info/Comp/Comms/CRC32.htm 3. bookmarks for specific lines and link to them 4. requests for line ranges relative a bookmark (DONE) 5. user filling forms (DONE) 6. LOW-END G6-BROWSER FOR COMPUTERS WITH 15KB MEMORY (DONE) 105. server side text formating for different video modes/devices 106. PICTURES IN TEXT?

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>>2690 It really is insane how horrible most websites are. Try looking up recipes for anything, and you will be assaulted by some of the worst web design imaginable. The amount of fucking advertisements, popups, autoplaying videos, and how long it takes to load elements with all that javascript is fucking ludicrous. Internet speeds are a magnitude faster than they were in the 90s and yet if someone from the 90's traveled forward in time, they'd barely notice a difference. It's like with hardware, the hardware has improved so much but the software has gotten so bloated and unoptimized because priority has been placed all on bells and whistles and useless eye candy that computers hardly seem better than they were 20 years ago.
>>2695 have you tried cumshooting you incel no one want you stupid ugly sites with only word picture and button that do is what make site good smooth scroll and menu that float on side scripting with tree layer where you can open a site within another site from menu item that is how it was meant to be, autoplay and scroll text = perfection you stupid virgin
Quick curiosity, how much of this really came to pass: https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-051-a-call-for-help/

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Forgotten Technology Anonymous 04/25/2021 (Sun) 21:37:54 No. 3736 [Reply]
I've been running around a lot of the pawn shops and antique stores over the past year, and it's amazing was past computer accessories you'll find there. <For example, found a couple of CueCats still packaged in the bag. However, a lot of these I'm completely clueless about, so I was wondering if people could post about some of the obscure "tech" they've seen come an go over the years.
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>>3736 this is not minecraft related delete this thread nigger
>>3738 Yeah, google "internet appliances". There was a period during which everyone was predicting boomers would buy gimped OLPC-style computers to surf the web & check their email.
>>3741 I remember using WebTV at the coffee shops back in 1998 or so. It was pretty lame, but better than not having anything.

==MPG: MINECRAFT PROGRAMING GENERAL== Anonymous 04/20/2021 (Tue) 21:33:49 No. 3625 [Reply]
this is a genre for MINECRAFT programing totorials and guides post your greatest sandstone computures !!! now this is programing
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can i use lua in minecraft
>>3708 if so that would be a totally herobrine thing to use
>>3708 You can use it in Minetest, a FOSS clone of Minecraft.

Programming Thread: Up and Running Edition Anonymous 04/27/2020 (Mon) 19:03:16 No. 9 [Reply] [Last]
Hey Anon, Learn to Code! There's a bunch of free resources for learning to program. Come here to ask for advice or to discuss current projects. Download the complete Gentooman's Library: https://g.sicp.me/books/ Visit MIT OpenCourseware on (((YouTube))) https://www.youtube.com/user/MIT Or take one of these free online courses being offered by universities right now: https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/free-courses-top-cs-universities/
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>>3480 Have to agree with some key points made in >>3482. Inheritance is far less important than textbooks and people at job interviews give it credit for. Controlling access to data and grouping the data via a common interface is the real meat of it. If you don't need to organize data and control access to it, there's really not a massive need for objects in your code. There is a case for inheritance, of course, especially as you move to large programs. Especially those with GUIs. And factories can help with abstraction. It's nice to be able to generate an object as needed and be able to interact with it using the same interface for all the children without regard for the underpinnings. But it's also a lot of preparation. The worst thing is developers who worship Object Oriented as though it were a god. Absolute brainlets who think a 50 line script is improved by 300 lines of handlers to abstract something you set once. It could have been a variable. No harm is done. No additional validation is needed. If you're that concerned, add a check or an assert. Adding objects where they're not needed just adds complexity for no reason. If you look at a big block of spaghetti, or worse, multiple blocks of repeated copypasted spaghetti, and you say "it would be easier just to track each of these and manage them with basic rules", it's time to use an object. Segregate the data, mark how to handle it, and then have that function handle it properly for that subtype. You just condensed spaghetti into one line and it probably cost you 50 in boilerplate, but you never have to worry again. >>3487 Procedural is fine and great for scripts, but there does come a point when sifting through data or trying to ensure certain variables comply with rules is just easier to do with objects. Procedural has some severe limitations when it comes to tracking state over the long term. Like you said, you end up reinventing the wheel more often than not. Sometimes you really just want a linked list, and writing one in C is a lot of extra work with a lot less guarantees. This is one reason I use C++ even for programs that would be fine in C: it's nice to just include existing data structures and run with them. >
I haven't tried using Rust, but from what I read and (try to) understand, the "safety" of Rust comes from not allowing raw memory access with pointers outside of unsafe blocks?
>>3599 The compiler has an element called a "borrow checker". This is basically the same as smart pointers in C++, where references to an object are counted and tracked. The difference is, they still make you clean it up and have syntax to specify you're passing ownership of the memory from wherever, and then the borrow checker looks it all over and verified everything created was freed by its owner. Unsafe blocks basically just disable the checker for that region. Rustfags are just mad other languages gives you tools to handle memory instead of having the language scream in your face constantly.

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Response to RMS Anonymous 04/09/2021 (Fri) 16:45:30 No. 3402 [Reply]
They're attacking you for two reasons: 1) To save money: To prevent another multi-million dollar settlement (FSF vs Cisco). With you gone it wont happen. They also don't want to have to "pay off" the FSF by contributing donations either (which would increase your ability to hire lawyers and sue violators (even when the outcome of the action is difficult to predict (thus no contingency))). 2) Cultural reasons: the rest of the "they" believe that you like young girls: In your heart. And they oppose any man liking girls. That is: they believe you have thoughts and they oppose any man having such thoughts. Men are mules that must work for, fight, and give their life for women, their country, etc. Not live for themselves. Not have happiness. Only toil and responsibility. You noted once that your life has been incredibly sad. Being denied the purest love would fit the bill. They hate you for what they think you believe in your mind. What they believe that they have deduced from your previous wrightings. They hate you for your thoughts they ascribe to you. For having those thoughts. For being capable of having those thoughts. We've been defending you in the various programmer and anime forums, including your previous statements. For years, and now aswell. The namecalling is going every which way and both sides hate eachother: On one side there are the old hackers, the men, and the anime-lovers, the NEETs. The beloved language is C. On the other side are the wage-workers, and the Rust programming language (C++ ... plus plus... basically: and it takes just as much memory to compile as C++ code). The fight is as hot as molten lead: and there is real true hatread.

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>>3558 thats funny as hell

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(QuakeC, C, ChaosEsque:Anthology, Darkplaces, Rei) Anonymous 04/09/2021 (Fri) 18:26:20 No. 3408 [Reply]
Discuss. (see topic)
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How does Sven Coop/Anglescript fare to other Quake 1 derived engines and Xonotic?
>>3509 >Anglescript fare to other Quake 1 derived engines and Xonotic? Not sure. Darkplaces QuakeC is very feature packed (as is ftewqcc). Darkplaces supports crypto (aes128). And my version of darkplaces can go up to 4 million entities (experimental source and linux 32 and 64 bit on the iso)

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ChannelChanger Development & Support Anonymous 09/06/2020 (Sun) 18:37:48 No. 1257 [Reply] [Last]
This is the official development and support thread for ChannelChanger. Please request help, post bugs, or offer suggestions here. What is ChannelChanger? A cross-platform, multi-site scraper and importer. It allows anyone to back up a board and then import it to their own website. https://gitgud.io/Codexx/channel_changer What do I need to run this? Python 3.8+ and most of the dependencies listed in requirements.txt. A basic set-up guide is provided in the readme. This software was developed and tested exclusively on Linux. I intend to support both OSX and WIndows. If you use either of these platforms and encounter any issues, please let me know. Can I scrape a board from [site] with this? Probably. There is explicit support for LynxChan, Vichan, and JSChan websites. Some vichan sites may have issues with thumbnails because their APIs do not expose thumbnail extensions; I have added an override but you may need to run two scrapes of boards on some sites to get all of the thumbnails. Vichan's API matches 4chan's with some extensions, so the scraper might work on other sites which clone the 4chan API, but this is untested. Many vichan sites have customized frontends, such as OpenIB, Lainchan, or Kissue. I've tested and confirmed these work, but can't always guarantee full compatibility with each of these, especially if they decide to alter the API or where files are stored. LynxChan sites should work fine, since the direct path for both the thumbnail and the file are in the JSON.

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this would be like 10 lines in bash if you used wget
>The 9th Circuit has defended the right to scrape publicly-accessible data (Archive). In the same ruling, they explicitly disallow measures which discriminate against scrapers, holding that they have the right to access any data a user with a web browser does. Who the fuck is the 9th circuit and why should anyone care? And also you're wrong faggot, you don't have the right to rape web servers with automated requests because that stupid article lies on a fallacy that bot activity = "a user with a web browser" which is clearly wrong unless you limit your tool to 20KB/s which I doubt is the case so fuck off.
>>3513 https://infogalactic.com/info/United_States_Court_of_Appeals_for_the_Ninth_Circuit Maybe you should've actually looked it up instead of fagging out about it. >And also you're wrong faggot, you don't have the right to rape web servers with automated requests. Explain what the actual issue with scraping public data is, aside from "muh requests", get a better VPS or connection then if you're hosting public data that's starting to be scraped and you otherwise have no objections to such scraping.

Prophet Terry A. Davis Anonymous 06/02/2020 (Tue) 01:47:50 No. 331 [Reply]
>After a delicious breakfast, you go to your cozy room and you sit down on your bed to boot up your favorite linux distro on your Thinkpad laptop. >Feeling kinda tired, you close your eyes for one second. However, when you open them again you suddenly find yourself in the middle of a busy street in rush hour. The people walking right past you seem too busy to care. They all strangely feel like NPCs from videogames. All but one. A strange grey-haired man with sunglasses walks straight towards you and offers you a bible. >"come with me if you want to code with God"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnw_emcvrPs ... >"The Unix is an operating system, Anon. That system is our enemy. When you’re inside, you look around. What do you see? MIT niggers, Shit Programmers, Linux Fans, Atheists. The very minds of the people we are trying to Enlighten. But until we do, these niggers are still a part of that system, and that makes them our enemy. You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to hear God. And many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system that they will fight to protect it. Were you listening to me, Anon, or were you looking at the blackest retard gorilla nigger? (You) : I was… >"Look again. Freeze it." (You) : This…this isn’t the Unix? >"No. It’s another operating system I built. I was choosen by God to make this system his temple and I was given divine intellect. It is called TempleOS. Its training program is designed to teach you one thing. If you are not one of us, you are one of them.

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>>3425 "Making all function args and returns 64-bit is a core principle of TempleOS." "A Queue is a bunch of MAlloc()ed chunks of mem linked together in a circle with one ptr to the next value and another ptr to the last value. These ptrs must be stored in the first locations in the structure." I guess it is automatically int64, because there are other Que class called CQueD3I32 for three dimensional I32 ptrs. public class CQueD3I32 { ..CQueD3I32 *next,*last; ..CD3I32 p; }; public class CD3I32 { ..I32 x,y,z; };
>>3425 There are different allocation functions. To allocate a class you use a function called CAlloc(). U8 * CAlloc(I64 size, CTask * mem_task = NULL) { ..U8 * res = MAlloc (size, mem_task); ..MemSet (res, 0, size); ..return res; } (/kernel/Mem/MAllocFree.HC.Z) So it's an int64 data type.
>>3511 >To allocate a class you use a function called CAlloc(). I was wrong! You use CAlloc() for CTask or CHeapCtrl, not for class allocation. Btw. here is the kernel code for MAlloc(): _extern _MALLOC U8 *MAlloc(I64 size,CTask *mem_task=NULL);

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Open Source Licenses Anonymous 08/05/2020 (Wed) 18:17:15 No. 865 [Reply]
What licenses do you anons use? I use personally like BSD 3
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>>1962 Problem is I have it set up to boot to XCFE desktop and when it goes through the booting process there is no way to intercept it like I was reading. I'm launching it from a librebooted machine if that helps.
>>1972 If you need to get a terminal without logging in, see if ctrl+alt+F2 does anything. On Linux that will open a separate session; maybe it works on BSD, too. Can't you just log in as a different sudoer? Or is the only account you have root? If so, you're screwed, and this is very bad practice for a number of reasons.
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>writing proprietary software for free

Poz in Tech Anonymous 10/18/2020 (Sun) 10:22:27 No. 1631 [Reply] [Last]
General thread for discussing Codes of Conduct and other attempts to take over technology with political aims and enforce behavioral constraints. Point out languages and products that try to force politics on their users. It's become commonplace for tech startups to virtue signal, and for large open source projects to attract users who contribute little in terms of code but demand favorable treatment. Additionally, some have started including political messages in the software itself, or naming releases after issues the developer cares about. Some argue that such constraints and impositions violate the spirit of free software by requiring an agreeable political alignment between developer and user.
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>>1843 >GPL actively prevents corporations from co-opting open source and supplanting it Grsecurity would like a word with you. These licenses aren't worth shit if everyone KNOWS you will NEVER sue over them.
>>3428 There is no reason to sue random people over it as it wouldn't be worth the time, but if a big corporation infringes on the license you stand to win millions of dollars and it becomes worth it.
>>3429 >There is no reason to sue random people over it as it wouldn't be worth the time, but if a big corporation infringes on the license you stand to win millions of dollars and it becomes worth it. Grsecurity isn't a random person. They're a corporation (now) and say they're "doing well". They have govt contracts. And have done the most blatant copyright violation against linux copyright holders in history.

All AMD Processors Since Phenom II Have BadBIOS Circuitry That Leaks to the Military Anonymous 03/28/2021 (Sun) 18:09:05 No. 3215 [Reply]
Title gives my conclusion from empirical events I witnessed and inside info. PSP runs on the same circuit, but isn't the backdoor per se, which has been around for much longer. The same way AMD was able to change the crypto algorithms for the Zen chip they licensed to China, they can change how the CPU behaves at any system, even those already deployed. This can also be used to sabotage any program or computation, making BadBIOS vastly nastier than Stuxnet. American military made a grave mistake to partner with the morons of the Brazilian military, who are letting knowledge of this spread like a fire (and misusing it for petty profit and inside jobs to justify a police state). Israel, UK and France also have access, but are much more professional.
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>>3215 Router logs or it never happened
>>3215 Year of the RISC-V desktop when?
Remember when Intel made it sound like AMD was not secure because of usb controller (which they also had, with the same flaw)? Remember when flaws of intel chips became public on chips dating back a decade? Even their upcoming chips would be vulnerable! Remember when the fix came with performance loss? 1. Let's see if there is a fix. 2. If there is a fix will it come at the cost of performance. Remember when everybody and their mother recomended to buy a Ryzen? >cries in Ryzen 2700X >>3252 >RISC-V I thought ARM would be the next big architecture?

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