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Mike Larkin
Kernel hacker, OpenBSD developer, peakbagger. Private Pilot.
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Mike Larkin 11h
Was home for less than 100 hours. Now back in .de
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Bob Beck Jul 18
Chasing “bug” in unveil for unveil across fork() for multiple hours. Can’t figure out why my regress test fails. Just figured out I unveil()’ed “/etc/passswd” in the regress.
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Marco Barisione Jul 17
, threatened by Wayland, decided to expand its market by opening a shopping centre.
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Mike Larkin Jul 16
Back at work after and only 290 emails to get through. Not bad.
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Cindy Otis Jul 16
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Binni Shah Jul 16
Neither Gregorian nor Julian had this 🤔
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CNN Jul 13
A flight from Hong Kong to the Chinese mainland suddenly lost air pressure and dropped nearly 20,000 feet because the pilots were vaping in the cockpit and accidentally pushed the wrong buttons while trying to turn off air recycling fans
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Tube Time Jul 12
Salesman: *slaps roof of 𝟟𝟠𝟘𝟝 * this bad boy can fit so much 𝕞𝕒𝕘𝕚𝕔 𝕤𝕞𝕠𝕜𝕖 in it
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Kevin Beaumont Jul 11
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Changelog Jul 6
They must've gathered enough data on stop signs and storefronts...
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Mike Larkin Jul 5
Replying to @dk_effect
I owe you a beer, so I'll try and track you down!
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OpenBSD in Amsterdam Jul 4
Currently running 27 VMs. vmd(8) count per server: - server#1: 13 - server#2: 14 Current donation to the OpenBSD Foundation would come to €150. Let's make that number bigger and join!
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Carter Wickstrom Jul 3
90% of all code comments:
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Mark Ermolov Jul 3
Intel datasheets for Apollo Lake SoC have leaked a large amount of information concering internal workings of PCH and Management Engine. In particular, they revealed Minute IA System Agent (MISA), a first device from which CSME starts working with HW in ROM
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Jasper Jul 2
Following , now advises to disable hyper-threading: due to . Intel still claims it has no plans to address this side-channel?
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Mike Larkin Jun 30
Nice job everyone!
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Mike Larkin Jun 25
Thanks, will take a look!
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Mike Larkin Jun 25
All things considered, this is likely something we need to fix on our side.
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Mike Larkin Jun 25
Not yet, because I dont have enough visibility to claim for certain that it really is a bug. It's just that vmm(4) emulates some pretty old hardware. I think it's perfectly reasonable for edk2 to assume it's going to have some of this HW available.
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Mike Larkin Jun 24
Replying to @reykfloeter
Last time I looked, tianocore/edk was all entangled with assumptions about ACPI, namely the requirement for an ACPI timer and HPET. Someone would need to implement that first or do some surgery on tianocore/edk.
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