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This CPU Has Only One Instruction


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This CPU Has Only One Instruction
 

This CPU Has Only One Instruction


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This CPU Has Only One Instruction
 
Hacker Finds Hidden 'God Mode' on Old x86 CPUs https://www.tomshardware.com/news/x86-hidden-god-mode,37582.html
#risc #hacker #hacking #x86 #programming #computer #linux #cpu #secret #hidden #backdoor
 
Hallo zusammen,

schade.. mein Root-Server wurde mir bis 31.12.19 gekündigt. Die Möhre ist nun in die Jahre gekommen und wird damit nicht mehr weiter im Rechenzentrum betrieben. Da mir die Ersatzangebote des Unternehmens irgendwie nicht so günstig erscheinen wollte ich euch mal fragen ob jemand einen Root-Server Angebot empfehlen kann?

Auf dem System soll/muss ein Mailserver, Webserver mit entsprechendem Datenbankserver laufen. Ich denke so mind. 500GB sollte das System schon haben.

#root-server #pc #it #linux #computer #mailserver #webserver
 
Hallo zusammen,

schade.. mein Root-Server wurde mir bis 31.12.19 gekündigt. Die Möhre ist nun in die Jahre gekommen und wird damit nicht mehr weiter im Rechenzentrum betrieben. Da mir die Ersatzangebote des Unternehmens irgendwie nicht so günstig erscheinen wollte ich euch mal fragen ob jemand einen Root-Server Angebot empfehlen kann?

Auf dem System soll/muss ein Mailserver, Webserver mit entsprechendem Datenbankserver laufen. Ich denke so mind. 500GB sollte das System schon haben.

#root-server #pc #it #linux #computer #mailserver #webserver
 
kennt jemand einen guten zuverlässigen nicht zu teuren

laptop-reparatur-menschen


in #berlin der anderen leuten #pcs und #laptops reparieren, evtl. auch mit der eigentümerin gemeinsam, im konkreten fall laptop auf, kühlpaste rein, #laptop wieder zu? in #kreuzberg, #wedding oder anderswo? dann schickt mir nen link oder namen, danke. frage für ne bekannte.

#computer #hardware
 
kennt jemand einen guten zuverlässigen nicht zu teuren

laptop-reparatur-menschen


in #berlin der anderen leuten #pcs und #laptops reparieren, evtl. auch mit der eigentümerin gemeinsam, im konkreten fall laptop auf, kühlpaste rein, #laptop wieder zu? in #kreuzberg, #wedding oder anderswo? dann schickt mir nen link oder namen, danke. frage für ne bekannte.

#computer #hardware
 

What every computer science major should know (2011)


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20453241
Posted by rspivak (karma: 3554)
Post stats: Points: 191 - Comments: 88 - 2019-07-16T19:46:20Z

\#HackerNews #2011 #computer #every #know #major #science #should #what
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Hostyoself: Server in a browser – host from your computer, your phone, etc.


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20418474
Posted by ollerac (karma: 436)
Post stats: Points: 163 - Comments: 32 - 2019-07-12T05:33:46Z

\#HackerNews #browser #computer #etc #from #host #hostyoself #phone #server #your
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Bitcoin mining on an Apollo Guidance Computer


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20383561
Posted by sashk (karma: 1465)
Post stats: Points: 128 - Comments: 85 - 2019-07-08T15:28:18Z

\#HackerNews #apollo #bitcoin #computer #guidance #mining
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YouTube bans content “showing users how to bypass secure computer systems”


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20346865
Posted by avolcano (karma: 2605)
Post stats: Points: 234 - Comments: 129 - 2019-07-03T18:05:21Z

\#HackerNews #bans #bypass #computer #content #how #secure #showing #systems #users #youtube
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Dropbox alternative - Syncthing


I've been paying fro Dropbox since Rick and I recorded
Lococast together. Dropbox was a quick and easy
way for us to share files with each other. I even started using Dropbox
for managing my todo.txt files between my Android Devices and all of my
desktop machines (including my work machines). It's a fabulous piece of
software and I had no intention of ditching it.

Dropbox made a major update to their site ([url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190621052242/https://blog.dropbox.com/topics/product-tips/new-dropbox]Meet the new
Dropbox[/url]
earlier this month. At the time I thought "no big deal", since none of
the features they added were things that I was remotely interested in
using. But with those changes came a few wrinkles. First, they raised
the prices of the service. Before Dropbox was \$99 a year for the Plus
package (which was what I was using). The new price was \$119. People
were understandably mad, since they were essentially paying \$20 more
for features that they too were unlikely to use. I listened to Back to
Work \#431
where Dan and Merlin were also
wondering what was up with Dropbox. Dropbox seemed like they were moving
from being a big dumb hard-drive in the cloud that synced everything to
something much less aligned with that vision.

That got me wondering about alternatives. I posted a note on The
Fediverse asking for
alternatives
.
The responses I got had some really good suggestions, but the ones that
stuck out for me were Nextcloud, Owncloud, and Syncthing. What drew me
to Syncthing was that it doesn't appear to require a server a all,
whereas Nextcound and Owncloud do. Now, I run my own servers so that's
not much of a problem, but servers tend to be more maintenance and while
some of the other features of Nextcloud and Owncloud are appealing the
onus for me at the moment is to replace something like Dropbox, not
create a cloud-based lifestyle.

Setting up Syncthing is a bit of a chore. The first thing you need to do
is download and install the software. Unfortunately like most things in
the world of Ubuntu LTSes the packages that ship are pretty much archaic
artifacts rather than useful packages. The downside of this was I spent
way too much time trying to diagnose what might have been issues with
older packages rather than just start with the packages from the
Syncthing website. Live and learn. The second thing you'll need is a way
to get a unique key from each device to the other devices in your
syncing network. On an Android phone this can be done by installing two
packages - The Syncthing client and a barcode scanner that is
recommended by Syncthing. Once you have that you can use a handy QR Code
to get that ID. Also machines can "Introduce" other machines. Eventually
I got four machines talking to each other.

Syncthing uses a documented protocol that is akin to things like
Bittorrent and other syncing protocols. It requires two ports and has
instructions for how to open both of those ports to the outside world
(either via UPnP or just opening those ports manually). There is another
option for the semi-security conscious user where Syncthing will
communicate with a "relay server". These relay servers act as
intermediaries and are secure conduits when a direct connection is not
possible. This allows me to still sync to my home machines when I'm out
and about with my phone. It's not quick, and it does leak your IP
addresses to a third party machine, but this was a tradeoff I was
willing to make in the name of not opening my firewall.

Overall I'm very happy with how this experiment has played out. I've
wanted to share my ebook collection with just my laptop in the past and
have relegated that to using rsync to get a local copy. With Syncthing
that is kept up to date without me having to worry about it. I did run
into some issues with trying to sync certain directories where the
directory still showed as needing to sync but a simple permission change
seemed to clear that issue up. The GUI is web-based (there is a GTK GUI
as well, but I don't need any of the features it provides).

I was due to give Dropbox \$119 for my Plus subscription but I opted
instead to cancel the subscription and send what Dropbox would have
charged me extra to Syncthing as a donation. I'll probably have more to
say about how Syncthing works and how it's integrated into my lifestyle,
but for now I'm quite pleased with the results.

Thanks to everyone on the Fediverse for their suggestions and for
helping me to get the confidence to switch to something that I'm finding
is an improvement over Dropbox.

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#Adayinthelife #Computer
 

Tech journalists troubled by Assange computer intrusion charge


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=20258371
Posted by howard941 (karma: 11825)
Post stats: Points: 140 - Comments: 55 - 2019-06-23T20:11:51Z

\#HackerNews #assange #charge #computer #intrusion #journalists #tech #troubled
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MyCPU – Homebrew Computer from Discrete Logic Gates


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19926765
Posted by lainon (karma: 18476)
Post stats: Points: 155 - Comments: 21 - 2019-05-16T06:56:48Z

\#HackerNews #computer #discrete #from #gates #homebrew #logic #mycpu
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TensorFlow Graphics: Computer Graphics Meets Deep Learning


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19872185
Posted by lelf (karma: 42880)
Post stats: Points: 148 - Comments: 11 - 2019-05-09T20:38:26Z

\#HackerNews #computer #deep #graphics #learning #meets #tensorflow
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