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  1. Like gpl-violations.org (btw: what happened to...

    Like gpl-violations.org (btw: what happened to that site?) or softwarefreedom.org ? No, seems like they aren't official enough, else a "maximum of customers" should already have them blacklisted,...
  2. Why? Give me an example where this is needed and...

    Why? Give me an example where this is needed and especially where it's not needed to save the font setting within the document.

    It seems you want a document editor (to change the font not only per...
  3. Except the chi-squad Value. Tried to fix, new...

    Except the chi-squad Value. Tried to fix, new result:

    Entropy = 7.999670 bits per byte.

    Optimum compression would reduce the size
    of this 503105 byte file by 0 percent.

    Chi square...
  4. I just wanted to point you to that, glad you...

    I just wanted to point you to that, glad you found it. :) There's also a thread at the gentoo forums for people interrested in it: http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-1006378-highlight-.html - Both,...
  5. It would higher the throughput, not the...

    It would higher the throughput, not the randomness. No matter what size the CCD is, there's always a max. number. So we don't have to see the coordinates as a number but as a sequence of bytes,...
  6. Entropy = 7.998123 bits per byte. Optimum...

    Entropy = 7.998123 bits per byte.

    Optimum compression would reduce the size
    of this 296978 byte file by 0 percent.

    Chi square distribution for 296978 samples is 773.39, and randomly
    would...
  7. Thank you a lot! I tried that and noticed that...

    Thank you a lot! I tried that and noticed that the entropy queue, which handles native memory pointers instead of JVM objects (JNA), is somehow broken. After debugging and fixing (from now on a quick...
  8. True, but then again in my tests there was almost...

    True, but then again in my tests there was almost no difference with faster seek times, L4D2 loading:

    - Empty cache: 54 secs
    - Cache on HDD: 52 secs
    - Cache on SSD: 48 secs
    - Cache on ramdisk:...
  9. Give Canonical some more time. Sooner or later...

    Give Canonical some more time. Sooner or later they are going to announce libtupni: It will be Mirs input library and also supported by xorg through xf86-input-libtupni, which will be based on...
  10. Damn edit limit... I looked at my old...

    Damn edit limit...

    I looked at my old benchmarks but take them with a grain of salt as the guys from intel wanted to optimize that some more:
    - You get more speedup when ~/.cache/mesa is located...
  11. Yes, I was one of the guys testing it on AMD...

    Yes, I was one of the guys testing it on AMD hardware. :)


    No.


    Also no. Why not? Well, there's already a in memory shader cache handling that. The on-disc cache will speedup the first...
  12. Again: Damn edit limit... :rolleyes: Anyway,...

    Again: Damn edit limit... :rolleyes:

    Anyway, to confirm the results of ent I tested sample files taken from /dev/urandom while AtomicRNG wasn't running. These files also showed true random...
  13. Damn edit limit. The sample file used for ent...

    Damn edit limit.

    The sample file used for ent was also taken from /dev/random while AtomicRNG was running.
  14. The last hours I was busy researching what's the...

    The last hours I was busy researching what's the difference between using different hashes for the RNG. While I wasn't able to better the entropy I was able to higher the bytes/sec by switching to...
  15. It is random. That's why it's used. :) I'm sorry...

    It is random. That's why it's used. :)
    I'm sorry if I'm understanding you wrong, english isn't my native language. Maybe the question is why the tool is hashing the numbers? It's a trick to higher...
  16. Hey guys, developer here. :) I'm...

    Hey guys, developer here. :)


    I'm experimenting with ray-tracing to trace the real impact point of the alpha ray. The result gives way less numbers but is more in line with your example (except...
  17. But please point your critics where they belong:...

    But please point your critics where they belong: Your distributior. It wasn't systemd that choosed your distribution should use it.


    So its systemds fault that nobody other wanted to maintain the...
  18. https://twitter.com/EricLengyel/status/55498707437...

    https://twitter.com/EricLengyel/status/554987074370039808 <- That sounds more like failing hardware than a Linux issue to me. Why should a system, without even the slightest change, suddenly fail at...
  19. Then I really don't understand what he meaned...

    Then I really don't understand what he meaned with "native 2d".


    I tried it a few times before it got included into xorg and am using it on my "stable" machines since xorg 1.16, so I remeber the...
  20. You have some truth in your joke: Read about the...

    You have some truth in your joke: Read about the bootstrapping of GCC, when you compile GCC you're compiling it 3 times:
    1. Build GCC with the system compiler.
    2. Build GCC with the compiler from...
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