Search:

Type: Posts; User: wizard69; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.11 seconds.

  1. Replies
    44
    Views
    4,052

    I don't get the 28 nm move either though I do...

    I don't get the 28 nm move either though I do have a theory. That theory says that AMD and Global decided to skip 22nm for a 14 nm process. So the next iteration here may very well be a 14 nm...
  2. Replies
    44
    Views
    4,052

    I work on a factory floor where there are many...

    I work on a factory floor where there are many devices that still use RS232 for communications and frankly other legacy communications ports. So it isn't like I don't understand the frustration here...
  3. Replies
    44
    Views
    4,052

    Yet Apple has moved to PCI Express based storage...

    Yet Apple has moved to PCI Express based storage on many of its products and has gotten excellent results. Why the PC industry has taken so long is beyond me.

    Again if you are looking at...
  4. Replies
    44
    Views
    4,052

    I really don't see much of a future for sockets...

    I really don't see much of a future for sockets for these types of processors. When you go looking for a socketed chip you are basically looking backwards in time a decade or more for what made...
  5. Replies
    44
    Views
    4,052

    Actually I'd like to see AMD push us past the old...

    Actually I'd like to see AMD push us past the old ways of thinking and ignore the socketed chip market for its APUs. Expecting a socket is living in the past in my estimation. Hey I'd also like to...
  6. Some impressive results vs the old PI. ...

    Some impressive results vs the old PI.

    Micheal, please consider comparing this board with Atom and Brazos based solutions. Considering the cost this board is looking to be fairly impressive.
  7. I can't even parse what you are trying to say...

    I can't even parse what you are trying to say here. You do realize that much of the code run by the HPC community is already proprietary.
  8. This isn't the case at all! The more compilers...

    This isn't the case at all! The more compilers that can successfully build the kernel the freer the kernel is. Being restricted to one compilers is the opposite of free.


    This could that...
  9. Especially when RMS doesn't have a leg to stand...

    Especially when RMS doesn't have a leg to stand on. His arguments seem to come from emotion not rational thinking.
  10. Interesting

    I don't know which side of the fence to come down on here. Either you have the hardware to keep the system secure or you risk compromise. I suspect that somebody will come up with an open source...
  11. It has nothing to do with hate. Rather it has...

    It has nothing to do with hate. Rather it has to do with freedom and truly free software. GPL3 sucks and frankly has harmed the free software movement dramatically. That isn't hate it is...
  12. Physcotic

    I've said it before and I will say it again, the latest GPL license takes away more freedom than many realize! It is the opposite of free and open source.
  13. Replies
    49
    Views
    9,441

    Better to hog memory and work then to run light...

    Better to hog memory and work then to run light and take for ever to do anything.
  14. Big.LITTLE is highly overrated. I'd much rather...

    Big.LITTLE is highly overrated. I'd much rather have all cores equal in capability.
  15. Hey I can't say I always feel good about giving...

    Hey I can't say I always feel good about giving up on old hardware. I've even fixed a feature phone that probably wasn't worth the solder required to tack the power adapter back in place. However...
  16. Yep, so what is your point? What I find...

    Yep, so what is your point?


    What I find terrible wrong is that I continue to hear lots of whining about SystemD but no one has given a rational example of what is wrong with it. What I've...
  17. Getting paid means having a revenue of some sort....

    Getting paid means having a revenue of some sort.

    Corporate revenues come from enhancing LINUX to make it acceptable to a wider audience. Those revenues are needed to pay the wages of the...
  18. Please give up on this nonsense. And frankly...

    Please give up on this nonsense. And frankly learn to write with clarity.



    A commit is a commit. Frankly your use of the word "probably" indicates that you have no idea what you are...
  19. Get a grip man! You do realize that some...

    Get a grip man! You do realize that some idiots had the same attachment to their TTY terminals back in the day. Technology changes for the better, you either adapt or become a dinosaur.
  20. That was fast.

    Probably no optimizations though, just an awareness.
Results 1 to 20 of 100
Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4