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The HSA-1.0 spec @ http://amd-dev.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wordpress/media/2012/10/hsa10.pdf shows up some light into memory semantics.
3. Memory Model
A key architectural...
Dell announces a 5K Display: http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Nach-iMac-Retina-Ankuendigung-Dell-verbilligt-5K-Monitor-2444160.html
Which Mint supported card with lowest energy is recommend...
Put all your efforts in the open source driver.
But CTRL-Tab behaves different from ALT-Tab.
If you press CTRL-Tab with releasing CTRL, you won't switch back to the Window which was in foreground before. This behaviour makes CTRL-Tab useless...
If ACPI gives me no advantage then the bigger footprint of ACPI is a big disadvantage. Why stay with bloat if it gives me nothing?
Is ACPI free of proprietary rights?
ACPI is too big for embedded Stuff. What are the advantages of ACPI against coreboot/uboot and devicetrees?
BSD Jails, Open-VZ, Solaris zones and other multi-client capability kernels does not compare well to full machine virtualization. Different goals, different solutions.
How about enclosures for this board?
How about MPG or H.264 acceleration on this box? E.g. VDPAU
Which bootloader is used on this board, is it open and free of blobs? And how about crypto acceleration?
I cannot edit: Maybe switching to ssl or or signing the package list works around this problem.
One really nasty bug: It doesn't work right with captive portals.
Maybe switching to ssl or or signing works around this problem.
And if the bootcode checks signatures for the first boot stages, it must have the possibility to check against my own certificates and the possibility to disable all other certificates!
First, there is need for a bootcode that works with ascii/vt100 only over a serial line!
Did Siemens learned something from the scada disaster?
Take a look at the openwrt patchset against upstream, it doesn't look "highly modified", it look more like a normal port to another Hardware. If you port Linux from embedded to X86 Boxes then the...
And even Quallcomm have a bigger market capitalisation then Intel.
I think there a more linux based embedded devices then servers, and so I think my point is not irrelevant. Take a look at all those routers, TV's, set-top boxes, printers, NAS, etc. And 64-bit...