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    I always wonder how they get this in 64K. I...

    I always wonder how they get this in 64K. I remember Farbrausch demos and others, it is all very impressing.
    Okay, for one part they rely on the driver and built in GPU capabilities. You can't...
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    There is a selection of these mainboards around...

    There is a selection of these mainboards around now, also Biostar has some, ASRock and so on. Most of them are in the 30 - 50 Euro price range. It actually would be a bargain if...



    Well, this...
  3. Hmm, 2 SATA... well, a bit more would make a nice...

    Hmm, 2 SATA... well, a bit more would make a nice fileserver.
    Backpanel has nice buch of connectors, older and newer. Realtekchips = good, cause the normally just work.
    4xPCIe well... what would...
  4. Congrats on the BSc and thanks for the work. As...

    Congrats on the BSc and thanks for the work.
    As soon as I am more free I'll try to read some of the thesis. Just looked at pages around 11 and it seems that I might actually understand some of it....
  5. Thanks and OMG. Not ARM, too. I guess this is how...

    Thanks and OMG. Not ARM, too. I guess this is how Microsoft's un-disableable SecureBoot on ARM came into play?
    And ARM was once supposed to be RISC, and somehow RISC design seems opposed to me to...
  6. As people said, if flashrom works on the machine...

    As people said, if flashrom works on the machine you can go back (unless bricked). I highly recommend to check if coreboot supports your machine (in case of laptops and the like). It is definitely...
  7. More modern than BIOS, well yes, but that doesn't...

    More modern than BIOS, well yes, but that doesn't seem to be too hard to achieve. Yes, vendors mess up. But intel's reference implementation is so huge - it is defective by design. You don't need...
  8. It needs datasheets. For those pesky SuperIOs....

    It needs datasheets. For those pesky SuperIOs. Most other things coreboot needs normally work, especially everything from AMD since AMD is very coreboot supportive. Intel blocked it for a long time...
  9. To me it looks like a socketed Kabini and that is...

    To me it looks like a socketed Kabini and that is awesome. I saw some mainboards a week or more ago and chips for it, for prices that were truly affordable. Looks very nice to me.
  10. Lennartware/Systemd being beaten by Linus...

    Lennartware/Systemd being beaten by Linus himself. Ah, this is an aweseome way to start the day. :)
    (And they wanted this systemd stuff in the kernel and whatsnot.)
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    I hope they'll leave their shitty DRM on Windows....

    I hope they'll leave their shitty DRM on Windows. Otherwise I am still not interested in any Ubisoft titles.
    DRM only harms the paying customer.
    GOG is fine, just buy it, download, install, have...
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    But basically you could already extract the DOS...

    But basically you could already extract the DOS game from the package and copy maybe the dosbox config for the game an apply it to your Linux dosbox.
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    Fine to see gog not being left behind. I love...

    Fine to see gog not being left behind. I love that company for offering a lot of old and indie games and always DRM free. Just Linux versions were missing. This is definitely some good news.
  14. I am too lazy to fake my UserAgent to Linux when...

    I am too lazy to fake my UserAgent to Linux when I am at work. We are forced to use Windows there, at least for all non-private computers, but these are the only ones with internet access.
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    Oh people, thanks for the links to the mechanical...

    Oh people, thanks for the links to the mechanical keyboards. After 10 h of work today this thread really saved my evening!
    I was only aware of daskeyboard and pckeyboard (the IBM-Model M) but I am...
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    Well, cause it is still a standard. Other way...

    Well, cause it is still a standard. Other way round people would have screamed over a different PSU and that it is not compatible. But at least there are Pico-PSUs which are quite neat, besides that...
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    Seconded. It needs also sensors-detect for infos...

    Seconded.
    It needs also sensors-detect for infos on Sensors / Super IO chip, ACPI implementation (which compiler used for the tables) etc. etc. All very interesting points for a mainboard.
  18. This is so exciting. And that's the good thing...

    This is so exciting. And that's the good thing about Linux: the next kernel is always even better. At least from the standpoint of owner of HW that sees development (like AMD Radeon stuff, nouveau...
  19. Well, partially yes. But in the light of recent...

    Well, partially yes. But in the light of recent and past issues with UEFI (bugs and lots of bricked hardware, and UEFI being quite crap by design) and with the ongoing security battle (NSA infested...
  20. Well as a non-old-school laptop it doesn't have...

    Well as a non-old-school laptop it doesn't have the physical outlets for serial/parallel but sensor stuff and BIOS chip connection (for flashrom) run via this thing. I hope I might get in contact...
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