How does it feel to be on suicide watch, linuxfags?
Has anyone attempted to create a worm virus that when it self replicates it intentionally creates randomized changes into the code of its offspring to mimic the random mutations of biology that leads to evolution?
>Has anyone attempted to create a worm virus that when it self replicates it intentionally creates randomized changes into the code of its offspring to mimic the random mutations of biology that leads to evolution?
All advanced modern viruses and worms do this in order to avoid detection from anti-virus programs.
I just bought these /g/.
How bad did I fuck up?
What neckbeard e-mail signature should I use to counteract all the "Sent from my iPhone" lines?
>Sent from my free and open source GNU/Linux operating system running on my ThinkPad
I think you're just upset over nothing, you autist.
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>Post yours here
Realistically, how safe is it to run pirated programs on w10?
>microsoft collects data about frequently used programs
>elsewhere, bootleg torrents get taken down and stored in a database of hashes
>microsoft can cross reference hash codes of illegal programs with data collected from users
Is it possible for this to happen, or am I just paranoid?
Any /g/tards using RCA video on anything? It makes the Raspberry Pi look nice on older TVs.
Would /g/ use a LISP machine on today's hardware, if it were reimplemented opportunely?
well, several companies produced native java processors... Also, it would be also feasible in a way similar to android: a VM ontop of some kernel, such as linux or a bsd one, or whatever
So SBCL and just about every other CL repl?
We already have these today.
You're not going to find anyone wanting a native cheap that can understand CL code. It's expensive and slow and why RISC won ultimately.
If you want a Lisp OS then you can still play with symbolics OS but there's no point . SBCL is a better approach and you can run it on any major OS today.
Why do so few laptops have the PCIe SSDs?
the hardware has been available for over a year and you can even buy the samsung apple version on newegg.
they are 3x as fast as SATA, why is there so little interest?
would this laptop not be far and away faster than anything else in it's price range (as far as boot and loading and file transfer times?)
SATA ssds are already faster than most users can take advantage of. When I upgraded from a sata3 ssd to a pci-e one my boot time went from 15 seconds to 10. It's not as groundbreaking as the switch from magnetic hard drives was.
however I have 2 SSDs in RAID 0 on one my machines and there are times and programs that take some time to load
may I ask how you upgraded from sata to pci-e or do you mean you bought a new machine, i would like to upgrade if I could
This is what TED Talks have become in the year 2016.
>go to a meetup of a local GNU/Linux user group
>bring my laptop with Libreboot + Parabola installed
>having a good time, even though a few of them have botnets on their computers (st**m and its botnet games, one even has sk*pe) and only one of them calls the operating system by its full name
>getting hungry, ask if anyone brought any snacks
>one of them suggests ordering a pizza or two
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hey i need help i was trying to install cyanogen mod unofficial on my a300fu thrugh twrp and i wiped everything then accidently rebooted it and know it stuck at the charging screen the one in the pic
Where were you when Firefox was able to kill per tab process like a boss? Also the scroll is so smooth and resposive on long pages with lots of images and other crap. I'm testing Nightly x64; thinking of the relatively bad performance of 45 'stable' makes me not want to go back to that..
Officially confirmed e10s will waste memory. It's not as wasteful as I had expected but even with just 8 content processes(could correspond to 8 tabs in the future) the memory usage doubled.
It's probably a fair trade for performance and security but we'll see.
Why do people use Yik-Yak when anonymous imageboards exist, /g/?