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  • #41
    Originally posted by tedder View Post
    My problem isn't performance. What they've done continues to exceed expectations. My problem is the reliability of SD cards. It's fine for a toy, but for something that might get unplugged without being properly shut down, and might be mounted in an inaccessible place (or away from someone technical, or away from a KVM), it's still a crapshoot.
    The raspberry PI B and A and zero are actually toys or R&D platforms, they aren't even rated for industrial use.

    The industrial-rated Raspi in the DIMM form factor is using eMMC like everyone else and their dog.

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    • #42
      "...So please explain or fuck off."
      More big words from your stellar vocabulary, eh, mouth-breather?
      Who the hell do you think you are, a total cretin, demanding the impossible--i.e., explaining something to you--when it's obvious you have trouble simply using the English lanuage?
      "An empty head is not really empty; it is stuffed with rubbish. ‬Hence the difficulty of forcing anything into an empty head.‭"‬--Eric Hoffer

      “You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother.”― Albert Einstein
      Right. Einstein was extremely gifted and wise. Your friend (if you have a friend), who looked up this quotation for you, will also find that Einstein was so wise that he knew to use the word 'grandmother', rather than 'room-temperature-IQ idiot'.

      "More big words, some offensive, some not still no answer."
      You need to go back and get a refund on that lobotomy, jerk. Not only can't you speak or write, you can't read AND have the reading comprehension of a cabbage. What you quoted was, "Gee, Mr. BrainTrust--if only you were on the board over at the Raspberry Pi Foundation...". The FULL, OFFENSIVE sentence / paragraph (don't worry; OTHERS will know what a 'paragraph' is)--

      "Gee, Mr. BrainTrust--if only you were on the board over at the Raspberry Pi Foundation, look at all the money and effort you could have saved the Foundation by pointing THESE gems out before they went to all this trouble."
      You, obviously, are totally incapable of recognising offense.

      This whole exercise is like "casting pearls before swine", on the part of anyone who would attempt to explain anything to you. But keep responding--you have only 10819 posts, and we all desperately need the entertainment you provide. BUT...your surpassing (have someone explain this complex word to you) hard work is indeed admirable (...and this one, too)--

      "We are all born ignorant, but it takes really hard work to remain stupid."--Benjamin Franklin.
      "Nature, not being content with denying him the ability to speak or write, also withheld the ability to think."--anon

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      • #43
        Originally posted by danmcgrew View Post
        More big words from your stellar vocabulary, eh, mouth-breather?
        So "please fuck off" is what you wanted me to tell you. Fine, you made your choice.

        Fuck off.

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        • #44
          Boy did I walk into the wrong playground...

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          • #45
            A valuable lesson in human nature...or, at a minimum (and as is obvious, the very minimum), a valuable lesson in carbon-based life-form nature--

            @ 40 --
            "...More big words, some offensive..."
            "...So please explain or fuck off."

            @ 43 --
            "So "please fuck off" is what you wanted me to tell you. Fine, you made your choice...
            Fuck off."


            Ever notice? It seems that the thing which is so easily offended and which complains so loudly about having been offended...is the thing which is the most offensive.

            ...but most of you already knew that.

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            • #46
              Originally posted by danmcgrew View Post
              "An empty head is not really empty; it is stuffed with rubbish. ‬Hence the difficulty of forcing anything into an empty head.*"‬--Eric Hoffer
              A vacuum is not really a vacuum; it is stuffed with rubbish. What is that "rubbish" then?

              [QUOTE=danmcgrew;n1110406]"We are all born ignorant, but it takes really hard work to remain stupid."--Benjamin Franklin.

              False. Being stupid is easy.

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              • #47
                Originally posted by tildearrow View Post

                A vacuum is not really a vacuum; it is stuffed with rubbish. What is that "rubbish" then?
                1) Something empty is not necessarily a vacuum.
                2) Your "rubbish" is obviously Dark Matter.

                Thanks for playing.

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                • #48
                  Wow. 1 question on the benefits of a 64 bit OS on a RasPi turned into the ultimate love fest. No apathy in the world of RasPi, that is for sure.

                  For a second I thought someone was going to post a treatise on the Wittenberg door a la Martin Luther.

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                  • #49
                    Originally posted by danmcgrew View Post
                    Ever notice?
                    "Get out, you're nothing but a lot of talk and a badge".

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                    • #50
                      Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
                      No, a 32bit system can access 4GB of RAM fine.

                      ARM boards aren't shitty x86 systems, there is no "hardware reserved" stupidity enforced by BIOS that eats into that.

                      You need a 64bit only if you go beyond 4GB.
                      Actually, you only need 64bit if you need more than ~3GB (or even 3.5, depending on the implementation) __per__ application.
                      As far as I remember ARM's LPAE uses 40bit addressing, which should translate to 1TB of physical RAM, and if ARM's implementation is anywhere near as effective as x86's PAE, the performance hit should be minimal (and given 64'bit far larger memory foot-print, and hence, larger memory transfers, lower cache hit rates, etc), it should perform better than 64bit ARM.

                      People tend to forget that the biggest performance improvement x86_64 got from going 64bit was due doubling the number of registers (a major shortcoming in 16/32bit x86) - it was not the added memory space.

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