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    Actually, Red Hat plugged the kexec hole for...

    Actually, Red Hat plugged the kexec hole for secure boot, by introducing signature checking.
  2. No, I am right. What you say does not contradict...

    No, I am right. What you say does not contradict what I wrote. Which fields and professions qualify for a "fachgebundene Studienberechtigung" is determined by the respective trade or professional...
  3. If you dropped out of school with no school...

    If you dropped out of school with no school degree at all, you will first have to pass the "Mittlere Reife" exam which will give you the equivalent of a basic school degree (you can prepare yourself...
  4. This is what I mean with adult education. In...

    This is what I mean with adult education. In Germany it is called "zweiter Bildungsweg" and consists of either "Abendgymnasium" for students who are otherwise employed, or "Kolleg" for full-time...
  5. In Germany, you need a so-called...

    In Germany, you need a so-called "Hochschulzugangsberechtigung" in order to be allowed to study at public universities. This you get as part of graduating from the secondary school type "Gymnasium"....
  6. It's not that easy, game developers will still...

    It's not that easy, game developers will still have to do some work to adapt their games. AMD themselves chose HLSL for Mantle in order to facilitate faster porting of DX11 games. Khronos replaced...
  7. @artivision It's not 1999 when you programmed a...

    @artivision
    It's not 1999 when you programmed a game to a specific API. The middleware is what needs to support Vulkan.

    Plus, given the similarity between Mantle and Vulkan, and the fact that...
  8. The stupid "three years" claim from the Steam...

    The stupid "three years" claim from the Steam folks can be safely disregarded now. Imagination Technologies demonstrated their Vulkan driver this month. They said that preview drivers might already...
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    No, it was precisely what many in the community...

    No, it was precisely what many in the community predicted when secure boot was introduced. Namely, that the requirement for deactivatable secure boot was only a temporary measure to placate critics,...
  10. Except that Intel launched Atom X3 with Mali...

    Except that Intel launched Atom X3 with Mali graphics...
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    In contrast to the x86 PC market, Windows has...

    In contrast to the x86 PC market, Windows has only a tiny insignificant share on ARM (less than 3% on smartphones, and production of tablets running Windows RT has been halted due to lack of...
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    duby229, don't bother with that troll. He...

    duby229, don't bother with that troll. He obviously cannot be educated so everything you write to him will be in vain.

    Yes, the combination of Boot Guard and forced Secure Boot is a pretty bad...
  13. Together with the problem that vendors start to...

    Together with the problem that vendors start to use Intel BootGuard, a technology designed to stop custom Firmware such as Coreboot, the whole picture is now clear.

    Microsoft (or anybody else who...
  14. The gerber files for the PCB layout are in the...

    The gerber files for the PCB layout are in the bzip2-compressed tarball which is linked at the bottom of the wiki article.

    BTW, I was at CeBIT last week and USB Type C accessoires were ubituitous...
  15. In what way was the Banshee thing forbidden by...

    In what way was the Banshee thing forbidden by the license? In fact, if you aren't allowed to make money with the software as you see fit, it is not free and open source.
  16. And then there are the free software advocates...

    And then there are the free software advocates (like RMS) who say that software should be free because it empowers users to take matters into their own hands and not depend on the vendor.
  17. Original Apple accessoires have always been...

    Original Apple accessoires have always been expensive.

    The difference this time is that Apple and Google now use open standards (USB Type C connector with USB Power Delivery and DisplayPort...
  18. About the usefulness of the Chromebook Pixel: It...

    About the usefulness of the Chromebook Pixel: It is meant for developers, not for end users. You can develop websites on it using web-based IDEs. You can put it into developer mode and mess with...
  19. Gnash and Lightspark are not going to become...

    Gnash and Lightspark are not going to become acceptable replacements for Flash any time soon. The only project which could achieve this is Shumway, and even that still has a long way to go.

    Flash...
  20. No, it did not appear that way. Just some news...

    No, it did not appear that way. Just some news sites published articles claiming this, without checking the facts first. If they had actually read the bug report, they would have understood that only...
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