^ That is precisely why those threads were started. Nobody involved knew those discussions were not allowed. If there had been a rule that stated certain subjects like drugs, religion, politics, etc. were prohibited, regular members certainly wouldn't have started such threads.
"Talk about anything and everything. In this section anything goes!"
^Instead, Off-Topic verbatim says this^
Guns are legal in this country, how was I to know that is shunned to discuss.
So I'm now led to believe that discussing anything outside of Linux is a bannable offense.
It is seemingly left to a moderators personal moral prerogative what shall be banned, not actually following rules.
What I'm saying is I would not have started discussion on something that was not allowed in the first place.
^ This is a new 0day, meaning it just released in the wild on JRE7. It isn't 7 years old. Websites are being scripted to special attach to the vuln and install a backdoor. Oracle hasn't even commented on if they will break their patch cycle and fix this right away.
EDIT: Here ya go. There's much to be found about it right now, it is literally being gobbled up.
It's true the Xbox and PS2 emulators run really slow on PC from my experience, but this shouldn't be since the PS2 has a 300Mhz MIPS processor, and the Xbox contains a 733Mhz Processor with a 133Mhz FSB. Only 64MB of RAM.
I love the N64 emulation running native on my Xbox though. Have all my favorite N64 classics playing smoothly, as well as PSX games. though you usually have to tweak the system engine for each game you play to run it smoothly or get the graphics to render correctly. I don't understand why this is, it seems older games should run perfectly fine a processor that's at least double the speed and more graphics capabilities.
Where ya been? I had one PSX emulator working in Statler, I'll have to dig around and see for you.
Pretty sure it was one pulled out of the repos.
EDIT: Well I spoke too soon. I have ePSXe running on my Xbox, not my netbook. It seems I have every single other emulator there is installed but I do not see a working PSX emulator.
Now I'm interested in running ePSXe since I'm so familiar with the program.
Sounds like bad RAM, I just ran into this with a PC I was fixing and I recently made a thread here about it.
Boot the #! live CD and run the memory test from the menu options.
If your BIOS has a decent memory test you could use that as well. As long as you can get it booted, or boot from the CD or BIOS that is. It's definitely a memory or power issue. Could be a weak capacitor with a possible leak.
So I've been mixing a lot of electronic music mainly just using LMMS and I'm really liking it. I have a friend on Windows 7 that recently bought a very very expensive Pioneer mix table and $300 Pioneer headphones and he started making quality music. After playing for weeks with LMMS and not having the best headphones I've gotta say that I can make the same music on my netbook for free! Awesome stuff.
Anyone else currently making any music? I might eventually upload some somewhere, but I've not got anything finished just yet.
Wow! what a collection and so neat.
I am seeing about 30 across in each shelf. There are 54 shelf compartments.
Totaling about 1620 games.
@ about $25 dollars each is about $40,500 price New in games...
That is some toy!
That is 2 to 4 years University Tuition. Depending on State or Private College.
What a way to look at it, huh..
I guess that kept you busy and away from more worrisome type activities.
That's just a picture from Google images, like I said, I only had about 100 games. That is quite a lot but tends to pale in comparison to this collection depicted.
Oh man, I've probably had my netbook on over 200 different wireless routers.
I just use the network manager for connecting but I also use the aircrack-ng suite and nmap very frequently.
I have to go into my network manager about every month or every other to clear out nearly 100 saved routers from around the country.