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  1. I would rather afraid RNG could turn out to be...

    I would rather afraid RNG could turn out to be not-so-random. It can follow some function, which is known to NSA but unknown to you. In worst case it can allow third party to re-compute "random"...
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    The problem seems to have same nature: 32-bit...

    The problem seems to have same nature: 32-bit signed integer overflow, causing wrap-around and as the result, some potentially harmful memory accesses. However, this seems to be another instance of...
  3. F....k you Nvidia

    F...k you Nvidia. Releasing reclocking for some marginal unpopular IC while not giving a f...k to issues on dozen and half of more popular ICs is a blatant trollng of your customers.
  4. Where one fails, two new would appear.

    This market is emerging and where one project fails, two new would appear and succeed. For example, aren't http://www.solid-run.com/products/hummingboard/ boards are neat in terms of size, price and...
  5. Wrong. It is your knowledge and skills what makes...

    Wrong. It is your knowledge and skills what makes you an expert in some area. In cryptography and security it also takes some special way of thinking: good cryptography experts and security gurus...
  6. Because data compression is one topic. Lib takes...

    Because data compression is one topic. Lib takes data and compresses (or decompresses) them. Then, encapsulation/transport format and block sizes are another topic. Technically its possible and okay...
  7. Sure, it would not be as harmful as that. And if...

    Sure, it would not be as harmful as that. And if we're about heartbleed, it have to be expected and likely there're some other "funny" bugs. SSL and TLS are horribly overengineered, trying to solve...
  8. That's right in sense it is not likely to cause...

    That's right in sense it is not likely to cause massive pwnage. But still...
    1) LZO is here for a while. It used by many programs. Reverse lookup in ubuntu repos gives 30+ dependants. I guess...
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    I did, but I do not get what you're trying to...

    I did, but I do not get what you're trying to prove. RAM emulation by HDD is slow as hell, thousands times slower than real RAM. Needless to say it can totally kill any interactivity and in worst...
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    I do not see how it related to buggy drivers....

    I do not see how it related to buggy drivers. Swap is inherently slow because whole idea to emulate fast RAM using slow HDD would lead to very slow RAM emulation. This haves huge potential to make...
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    Speaking of WebGL...

    Well, at very least, blacklisting RadeonSI for webGL "by default" would be more than reasonable for now. You see, RadeonSI can be crashed by remote data. Well-known example is...
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    Commited to DOUBLE standards? :)

    I would rather call this phrase as commitment to DOUBLE standards. DX? Open? Ha-ha-ha, what a double-standards speech. They should also try to rename black into white.
  13. Lol, these days if device owner can get root on...

    Lol, these days if device owner can get root on his device, it called "vulnerability". I would call such terms "rather questionable".
  14. FAIL!

    That's FAIL. Those who wants something similar but Qt-based can use qmmp for *ages* already. I fail to see why Audacious should turn into some ripoff of qmmp. Should it go Qt, I fail to see any...
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    I wouldn't recomment MS products for sure. These...

    I wouldn't recomment MS products for sure. These are fairly unreliable guys who would backstab at convenient moment. There was IE 5.0 for *nix. But once *nix-based faced strong competition from...
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    Latest Linux News? Oh, LOL. Just LOL.

    Is it really "Latest Linux News"? I fail to see how some MS crap related to Linux. Not to mention OOXML is known for huge (about 6000 pages) and poorly written specs, totally screwed up. Up to degree...
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    Woot, thanks! This one makes RadeonSI to support...

    Woot, thanks! This one makes RadeonSI to support GL 3.3. Though when it comes to heavy 3D loads or OpenCL, it still full of bugs. But there is nothing more you can do about it I guess.
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    1) No, its not the same "mini receiver". See...

    1) No, its not the same "mini receiver". See below.for more details (at least device ID mismatch).
    2) It seems to talk some protocol quite similar to HID++ but it likely to be "predecessor" or so....
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    Logitech are nuts...

    Well, Logitech are nuts. Idea to use windows to do something and then use Linux sounds silly. Are they going to pay me windows license, or what? If we translate it to Logitech back, its like idea to...
  20. Some random thoughts.

    Some random thoughts
    1) Vertex SSD seems to use built-in compression. Hence nice results in benchmarks. However, built-in compression also means that filesystems with compression would not gain...
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