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  • necro-lover
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    Originally posted by tkmorris View Post
    There we go with Hitler again... And I'm sure Intel/AMD can force me to buy their products just like the government of China can.
    AMD+Intel=~100% market-share http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monopoly
    Sure they can force you with there "Monopoly" power.
    In practice there is no difference how they force you by law or by monopoly power it doesn?t matter.
    They just force you.

    Also the stupid people talk about windows in the meaning of the defence of freedom LOL WINDOWS FORCE the people to use AMD/Intel hardware.

    Yes nice "Freedom" its the freedom to die or get a ass-fuck from intel(USA)

    But hey its freedom because you have the choice to do suicide.

    Originally posted by tkmorris View Post
    Oh boy! If AMD/Intel invite me down the station for some "tea", I am pretty sure nobody will ever hear of me again! Yes, yes, it has happened over and over again.
    That's the clue intel/amd just hurt you by trashing your ownership into pieces with planned obsolescence.

    They just don't need to "take you away" they control your life 100% just in the place were you are.

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  • tkmorris
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    There we go with Hitler again... And I'm sure Intel/AMD can force me to buy their products just like the government of China can.

    Oh boy! If AMD/Intel invite me down the station for some "tea", I am pretty sure nobody will ever hear of me again! Yes, yes, it has happened over and over again.

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  • necro-lover
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    Originally posted by schmidtbag View Post
    ...what the hell are you talking about?


    setting aside that confusing comment, at first I didn't understand the point of china making a quad core MIPS CPU, since MIPS doesn't seem to have any gain in the desktop or mobile market. It's perfectly fine for devices like routers though. But, i came to a realization. I am aware china (and North Korea) do have their own Linux distro that they moderate that allows them to freely distribute their censored computing laws. Nowadays, having x86 allows chinese people to switch to Windows, or another more usable OS, and ARM allows android use. Nobody uses MIPS for anything, so china can get away with a whole computing ecosystem that is incompatible with pretty much everything, but doesn't resort to starting everything from scratch.
    ???? really what do you smoke?

    You can use "Debian" for your Loongson hardware and inside of Debian you can Run QEMU and inside of QEMU you can run X86 Windows with hardware accelerated "x86".

    On the other side Intel+AMD use in fact Nazi-Corporatism against the "Users" in there secret fight against "communism" ideas like "Free/Open-source" software.

    In fact AMD lose 98% of the support money for WINDOWS for every open-source user switing to "Loongson" hardware. In fact if you buy "Lonngson" hardware you support 25-50 times more Free-software with your support money than if you buy "AMD" hardware.

    If you buy Intel/AMD hardware you need to donate 100? to the FSF for every computer you buy because of your crime buying "X86" hardware and supporting Nazi-corporatism.

    Maybe you are right and the Chinese communism is bad but one is for sure human history show that "Nazi-Corporatism" is bad for sure.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporatism



    Oh yes Adolf Hitler like Corporatism its the fascist dream in how to rule a world.

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  • schmidtbag
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    Originally posted by d557charger View Post
    Forget a steam-box, China's push to have citizens use it's version of Linux, and further down the road, this processor family, is why Valve is investing in Linux. I'm sure Valve hasn't NOT thought about tapping a user-base of billions, that's for sure.
    ...what the hell are you talking about?


    setting aside that confusing comment, at first I didn't understand the point of china making a quad core MIPS CPU, since MIPS doesn't seem to have any gain in the desktop or mobile market. It's perfectly fine for devices like routers though. But, i came to a realization. I am aware china (and North Korea) do have their own Linux distro that they moderate that allows them to freely distribute their censored computing laws. Nowadays, having x86 allows chinese people to switch to Windows, or another more usable OS, and ARM allows android use. Nobody uses MIPS for anything, so china can get away with a whole computing ecosystem that is incompatible with pretty much everything, but doesn't resort to starting everything from scratch.

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  • d557charger
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    ^^THIS

    Forget a steam-box, China's push to have citizens use it's version of Linux, and further down the road, this processor family, is why Valve is investing in Linux. I'm sure Valve hasn't NOT thought about tapping a user-base of billions, that's for sure.

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