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December 12, 2019, 06:57:23 PM

http://gunkies.org/wiki/Mach

So one would guess Free BSD tools would work as they were back ported yes?

If you get them to compile, which is quite a mess.
Most of the GNU stuff is available as backport, however. You can try other source packages, but i can tell you that i didn't have much luck with that.
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December 12, 2019, 06:59:10 PM

Solution: switch to linux

I haven't worked on a a Mac since the mid 90's but afaik Macs are now on a Linux kernel so there should be a workaround.


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December 12, 2019, 07:02:22 PM

Solution: switch to linux

I haven't worked on a a Mac since the mid 90's but afaik Macs are now on a Linux kernel so there should be a workaround

It's a Unix of some sort, but it's not linux.

OSX is derived from FreeBSD, it has no roots in Linux at all.
Though cups and few other goodies are contributed by Apple for all BSDs and Linux.
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December 12, 2019, 07:18:35 PM

Solution: switch to linux

I haven't worked on a a Mac since the mid 90's but afaik Macs are now on a Linux kernel so there should be a workaround

It's a Unix of some sort, but it's not linux.

OSX is derived from FreeBSD, it has no roots in Linux at all.
Though cups and few other goodies are contributed by Apple for all BSDs and Linux.

Yeah, I don't bother with apple so my memory is scetchy at the best of times and I'm not surprised I though it was linux when it was unix.

But my point that the kernel is BSD accessible so the tools exist.
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December 12, 2019, 07:22:03 PM

http://gunkies.org/wiki/Mach

So one would guess Free BSD tools would work as they were back ported yes?

If you get them to compile, which is quite a mess.
Most of the GNU stuff is available as backport, however. You can try other source packages, but i can tell you that i didn't have much luck with that.

I wouldn't waste one second of my time supporting an Apple product.

Well I guess I did by pointing out where to find the tools. Smiley
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December 12, 2019, 07:24:26 PM


When Win7 becomes unusable

time to get after it Jimbo

https://countingdownto.com/countdown/windows-7-end-of-extended-support-14-january-2020-countdown-clock-0
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December 12, 2019, 07:33:58 PM

The Lightning Network will soon be able to support larger Bitcoin payments.

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Blockstream announced today that it is closer to solving one of the biggest problems facing the Lightning Network, Bitcoin’s scaling solution. A better way of sending large payments across the network is coming soon.

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Atomic Multi-Path Payments (AMP) over Lightning were first proposed by Lightning Labs co-founder Conner Fromknecht and its Head of Engineering, Olaoluwa Osuntokun, in 2018.

But it wasn’t until May this year that a new routing proposal was merged into the Lightning spec, providing a fix to Bitcoin’s long-standing payment problems, including AMP.

Sending payments over the AMP protocol would improve the privacy of Lighting Network intermediaries and provide fee savings, as well as other benefits.
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December 12, 2019, 07:36:28 PM


How about the KVM switch and the second PC? Have i missed your reply?
You could just switch over to the win10 box, have internet and all on it, while transferring files via ethernet to the win7 box.
Another way would be running the win7 box headless using a remote desktop client on the win10 to even spare the KVM switch.

I don't think it can get more painless than this. How's it doing currently?

EDIT: Dude, do i miss my old job. FML  Undecided
But then, what am i missing other than food for my restless mind and the additional dollars?
Could be worse, actually...
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How about the KVM switch and the second PC? Have i missed your reply?
You could just switch over to the win10 box, have internet and all on it, while transferring files via ethernet to the win7 box.
Another way would be running the win7 box headless using a remote desktop client on the win10 to even spare the KVM switch.

I don't think it can get more painless than this. How's it doing currently?

Space is tight in that part of the shop, I already have to move things around for different operations, really don't want a second box out there.

I fear this is my solution for the time being...till I learn more and build up a whole new drive system

https://www.cnc4pc.com/uc100-usb-motion-controller.html

As an added side benefit, I think this will allow me to run 64 bit out there, Mach3's parallel port driver has never worked on 64 bit anything...
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December 12, 2019, 07:46:37 PM
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Its funny as I have not applied a m$ "Security patch" since SP1 was released (only added sp1 as its a dependency to later libraries) and run so few services that none of them have ever been effected with redmonds backdoors. i even had SMB disabled from day one except for when i had to use it and then only enabled it during that period. decades of watching M$ open backdoors disguised as bugs has taught me how to harden a winblows system to quite a degree. I finally was forced to win 7 for directx 11 (10.1 was hackable into xp) but there is no way I'll allow them to force 10 anywhere near me. Its better just to build an independent gaming system and use a switch box and isolate the network while using it.

Grab a copy of process hacker and rip 3/4 of all that shit out, and don't be surprised when you install a M$ update that it re-enables all those unrelated backdoors you had just closed.

And don't forget to disable all those telnet remote drivers M$ hides from you.
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Last edit: December 12, 2019, 08:09:08 PM by Saint-loup

It's not even 1% of the economic value.

As economic value they took coinmarketcap. Comparing coins coimarketcap with revenue of a market is totally pointless. It dont give you any useful data.
coinmarketcap? You're talking about market cap I guess. No, I don't think so, if you look at 2012 for example, the market cap was between 50M and 100M$, so 57M$ can't represent 6% of that value.
https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin-marketcap.html
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How about the KVM switch and the second PC? Have i missed your reply?
You could just switch over to the win10 box, have internet and all on it, while transferring files via ethernet to the win7 box.
Another way would be running the win7 box headless using a remote desktop client on the win10 to even spare the KVM switch.

I don't think it can get more painless than this. How's it doing currently?

Space is tight in that part of the shop, I already have to move things around for different operations, really don't want a second box out there.

I fear this is my solution for the time being...till I learn more and build up a whole new drive system

https://www.cnc4pc.com/uc100-usb-motion-controller.html

As an added side benefit, I think this will allow me to run 64 bit out there, Mach3's parallel port driver has never worked on 64 bit anything...

Looks good Smiley (other than the price, but hey...)
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December 12, 2019, 07:54:51 PM

There is a strong resistance at 6.4k, but a one closer around 7k, look like this one holds and I am not sure anymore we head to 6.5k... the move is really slow right now and 7.1k is probably a decent price to buy.
Decided to buy 0.31 BTC today with a target around 8k for mid January max. There is another rally expected because the charts and the RSI look really similar to Mach-April 2018!

Best of luck!  

Your post comes off as a bit more ambiguous than it needs to be because you seem to be misusing the term "resistance" when you really mean "support."

When we are talking difficulty in going down, we are referring to support.  When we are referring to difficulty in going up, we are referring to resistance.

Hopefully you can clarify what you mean here, but it seems to me that you just used the wrong word (i.e. resistance when you meant to describe the concept of support).
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Its funny as I have not applied a m$ "Security patch" since SP1 was released (only added sp1 as its a dependency to later libraries) and run so few services that none of them have ever been effected with redmonds backdoors. i even had SMB disabled from day one except for when i had to use it and then only enabled it during that period. decades of watching M$ open backdoors disguised as bugs has taught me how to harden a winblows system to quite a degree. I finally was forced to win 7 for directx 11 (10.1 was hackable into xp) but there is no way I'll allow them to force 10 anywhere near me. Its better just to build an independent gaming system and use a switch box and isolate the network while using it.

Grab a copy of process hacker and rip 3/4 of all that shit out, and don't be surprised when you install a m4 update that it re-enables all those unrelated backdoors you had just closed.

And don't forget to disable all those telnet remote drivers M$ hides from you.


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December 12, 2019, 07:59:13 PM

Anybody seen the film Crypto?

It’s on Sky Movies twice a day atm. Is it worth watching?
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December 12, 2019, 08:01:52 PM

There is a strong resistance at 6.4k, but a one closer around 7k, look like this one holds and I am not sure anymore we head to 6.5k... the move is really slow right now and 7.1k is probably a decent price to buy.
Decided to buy 0.31 BTC today with a target around 8k for mid January max. There is another rally expected because the charts and the RSI look really similar to Mach-April 2018!
Best of luck!  

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Today's short-term outlook, 12hr TD is on a Red 9 buy signal however the 3 Day is on a short trade (Red 2 breaking below the Red 1), despite the 200 MA support around $7K.



This shows a battle between the shorter and longer term trends in play, while the Daily and Weekly charts have returned to being fully bearish after the dead cat bounce to $7,800.



Price is continuing to test the 0.382 fib retracement (yellow line) from the $3.1 to $14k move after getting rejected by the median price of the bear channel (orange line).

Sorry to doxx anyone, but is your real world name Tone Vays, or do you just sound like him for some reason?

Of course, you don't need to admit to being Tone Vays, but I still would appreciate some kind of explanation regarding the seeming similarities.. .not that I really follow Tone Vays, either.  I might not be sufficiently educated regarding the extent to which you, dragonvslinux, actually differ from Tone Vays and/or his various BTC technical analysis framing theories.
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Its funny as I have not applied a m$ "Security patch" since SP1 was released (only added sp1 as its a dependency to later libraries) and run so few services that none of them have ever been effected with redmonds backdoors. i even had SMB disabled from day one except for when i had to use it and then only enabled it during that period. decades of watching M$ open backdoors disguised as bugs has taught me how to harden a winblows system to quite a degree. I finally was forced to win 7 for directx 11 (10.1 was hackable into xp) but there is no way I'll allow them to force 10 anywhere near me. Its better just to build an independent gaming system and use a switch box and isolate the network while using it.

Grab a copy of process hacker and rip 3/4 of all that shit out, and don't be surprised when you install a m4 update that it re-enables all those unrelated backdoors you had just closed.

And don't forget to disable all those telnet remote drivers M$ hides from you.


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December 12, 2019, 08:09:51 PM

Solution: switch to linux

What is this 'switch'?

Not a solution. Great for some things. Others ... not so much.


Agreed. "Switch to linux" is my somewhat tongue in cheek response to a lot of computer problems
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December 12, 2019, 08:12:34 PM

Cristine Lagarde in her first conference as President of the ECB is discussing Bitcoins and Blockchain for CBDC.
She says that they are looking into that, on the Stablecoins above all, to cut costs and middlemen’s.
Times are changing.

Do you have a specific article that attempts to describe the significance of this?

I don't exactly grasp any kind of meaningful significance based on your summary, except just a kind of implication that bitcoin, blockchain (various cryptos) and stable coins are just becoming more broadly accepted within financial BIG WIG circles.
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December 12, 2019, 08:13:05 PM

Anybody seen the film Crypto?

It’s on Sky Movies twice a day atm. Is it worth watching?
Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYZut3DWvek

Seems like negative publicity or something. Crime, Russian mafia etc. I will watch it when I get time. At least some sort of exposure after all. Good for us.
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