>62 years old
>still fighting for freedom
hell be fine
one post for every hour of his life
B-but Photoshop is just the name of one particular image editing program, which should be avoided since it is proprietary. There are plenty of free programs for editing images, such as the GIMP. Please avoid using the term “photoshop” as a verb, meaning any kind of photo manipulation or image editing in general.
>hell be fine
If trips he wont.
Looks like italy
Does someone know more?
But really RMS is a cool guy. Non-sarcastic. Integrity and intellectual consistency. Altruistic philosophy.
RMS haters are small people. The kind who want to stamp out any niceness in the world. The kind who pick on someone for stupid bullshit that doesn't matter.
>mfw best FS ever
>mfw GPL prohibits native inclusion in Linux
>mfw literal decades of bodges upon bodges to make it work poorly and half-assed replacements like btrfs
>mfw countless cases like this
>mfw GPL is a deliberately viral license that vies to put all "free" software under GNU/RMS' fist
>posters on 4chan, one of the most right-wing reactionary websites on Earth, worshipping a fat communist hippie
ive been looking for the 'its gnutilful' stallman for a while now. i saw it a while ago but not any time lately.
>RMS spends your donations on $450 jackets
I suppose it's to be expected.
He already wastes absurd amounts hiring lawyers to make the GPL more restrictive when he should be fighting for freedom
Fuck yeah! Open-source VirtualBox
Ring0 explanation https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protection_ring
As I said, the guest is not running at ring0, meaning it doesn't have first call on cpu time. That is where the latency will come from. This discussion is not about whether the host can see the device - that really has little to do with anything ISTM.
The guest is running in virtual ring0, with VT-x. So it has hardware performance.
>People don't understand that you can't route your main graphics adapter to the VM so you can play the Windows version of Call of Duty on your Linux host. And what else is the feature good for?
Theoretically VT-d hardware supports GPU passthrough, just VirtualBox doesn't supports it (Xen does). This is assuming you have 2 GPUs on host (Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, SLI), like I do. Because GPU will get yanked from the host OS.
But with Intel and AMD integrated graphics core now cost-free (integrated into most CPUs/APUs), plus NVIDIA GPU, Intel/AMD GPU can go to Linux host, with NVIDIA GPU could go to Windows guest for gaming.
So it is theoretically possible.
Its the same shirt but stallman wears it inside out half the time to reduce the sun exposure
>right wing reactionary
this site is for weebs and lolis
moot made it as a containment board so you will not shit on /a/