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  1. Correct me if i'm wrong, but... i don't see the...

    Correct me if i'm wrong, but... i don't see the point of randomizing stack base.

    Against which sort of attacks are you trying to protect ? Afaik the classic buffer overflow attack will just fill...
  2. > OpenBSD and DragonflyBSD ASLR is a joke,...

    > OpenBSD and DragonflyBSD ASLR is a joke, predictable and the variation is very smart unlike Linux. Also, W^X sucks.

    Could you expand on this ? Or is it yet another uninformed bullshit troll ?
  3. Would be interesting to test network performance...

    Would be interesting to test network performance with various workload (with netperf), like TCP with vairous concurrent connection numbers, UDP with different packet sizes. Network performance is one...
  4. This is particularly easy for dragonfly due to...

    This is particularly easy for dragonfly due to the absence of proprietary drivers/applications. Multilib is not needed for the same reason. Since 32bit only hardware are becoming old, there is not...
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    Are you serious ? Are you such a fanboy you're...

    Are you serious ? Are you such a fanboy you're ready to accept bad design choices in a software just to avoid other reusing your work ? It's crazy. First, the license is supposed to achieve this...
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    I wonder here you saw that unigine is opensource.

    I wonder here you saw that unigine is opensource.
  7. As far as I understand, you always need an fsck...

    As far as I understand, you always need an fsck tool. You can design a COW FS to make sure that if a OS crash or a power failure happens in the middle of a write, you can restore back to the last...
  8. Designing a filesystem of this level of...

    Designing a filesystem of this level of complexity is obviously hard. I mean, really hard. And that's why there are not much hackers around there which can work on this sort of stuff. We should...
  9. I don't really care wether code is used or not....

    I don't really care wether code is used or not. If you don't like BSD, don't use it. If you don't want to contribute, don't. And i don't understand why you think that your beliefs might interest...
  10. pkgng has no official repo for FreeBSD, but there...

    pkgng has no official repo for FreeBSD, but there has been official repos for DragonFly for quite some time now, with more than 20k pre-built binary packages avaible.
  11. This won't happen. DRM/KMS is a *huge* piece of...

    This won't happen. DRM/KMS is a *huge* piece of code, which requires very specific knowledge. The port is mostly a one man work, and it's already a lot of work to keep it up to date. I don't think...
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    No, apple does not use capsicum to secure iOS....

    No, apple does not use capsicum to secure iOS. Capsicum is still really young and still being heavily worked on. It's not yet ready for production usage, but it might become ready in the near future....
  13. Yes you're right. Linux rox, and has no...

    Yes you're right. Linux rox, and has no scalability issue, it's well known. And postgresql scales easily on latest linux kernels. Oh wait !
    http://http://lwn.net/Articles/518329/
  14. you guys are idiots. How could it be a waste of...

    you guys are idiots. How could it be a waste of time ? Waste of time has no mean in open source community. People do what they want to, and they like it. There is no global authority which manage...
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