[FoRK] Windows Whoops Jeb (Dalvik to Java and MIPS to C) Disassembler at pnfsoftware
saigua at sbcglobal.net
Thu Jul 27 19:59:26 PDT 2017
So like ha! treatable diseases (glossed! every 10 release notes!)
what else is new? There's still (surely not, but then SMB 1.x;) a
checkbox in Authentic Winnie Golden Ultimate #000000 Professional to
validate every binary on unload, against its source on disc, like it's
exactly Core 3 Intel Laptop NX time, and it gets checked to poor result
on processors after that (deprecating the 1-cycle ___ checksum, or
indeed logging the hook result?)
I thought Jeb sounded like a proceeding here or side-effect.
On Wed, 12 Jul 2017 08:54:40 -0700
Gregory Alan Bolcer <greg at bolcer.org> wrote:
> I laughed at this article. I have had a couple razer mice over the
> years. Vmware screws w/ the settings. Windows always changes the
> "increase resolution" setting or whatever it's called. The Razer
> drivers constantly seize up if you aren't properly configured on a
> usb3 versus other ports. Razer even told me my mouse pad was dirty
> once instead of acknowledging their crappy drivers.
Ya got the metadirt all in there, I can see it all in this troffXML
> That said, once everything is loaded and privacy configured, using
> Bash/Ubuntu terminal on a Win10 machine is awesome. It's better than
> OSX and better than Ubuntu by itself.
Canned reconstituted cashew milk is better than skim. AwesomeWM
bundled or not?
> On 7/11/2017 7:57 PM, Stephen D. Williams wrote:
> > I've observed, over and over, how badly Windows handles creating
> > processes and, generally, running smoothly. Apparently the problem
> > is finishing processes. Windows 7 might not have this problem, but
> > something(s) else makes process start slow. I always kind of felt
> > like it was a tradition, passed down from VMS, which was painfully
> > slow starting processes. Switching to Unix, in 1984, was
> > shockingly refreshing and magical. Windows 7/10 vs. Linux still
> > feels that way to me. Maybe this guy's Windows kernel debugging
> > will actually make it much better. How could everyone, even at
> > Microsoft, just accept this problem?
> > Nice debugger though! I'm jealous. Not jealous enough.
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