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100 gbit/s with 1s latency
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Evil_Bob, there's HTTP/2 and WebSockets to solve that.
Magic technologies.
Evil_Bob
lolwtf
k0ga
tm512: ioctl()
retard
my anus is always hot for some multicore action
stateless
I have a bunch of dead monkeys around me
the signals are bouncing everywhere
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that's unfortunate
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stateless, get them to the pigs before they are rotting.
stateless
i think http/2 can help minimize that
tm512
I might not support ioctl
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I might register ioctl.xxx
stateless
got to run the daily stand up meeting
be back
tm512
if anything ioctl will just wrap message passing
stateless
I am a scum master after all
Evil_Bob
*scrum? :D
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stateless, yeah, a master.
Beat me!
(Action) bends over
Evil_Bob
keep still, he will be back in a few hours
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Simple Cuckold Rotary Universal Master
tm512
I downloaded UNIX System III source code because I was curious
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did you light yourself on fire yet?
tm512
most of these old utilities will probably still compile
__20h__
Scrum was what made communism sadly erode: Always reevaluate, never think.
Evil_Bob
tm512: the asm version of UNIX cat had a bug
its ruined
tm512
cat is C here
oh fu*k what is going on here
I opened echo.c
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maybe you forgot to check your privilege?
tm512
http://hastebin.com/raw/epabapuseq
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seems legit
tm512
yeah it compiles and runs fine 35 years later
stateless
Evil_Bob, scrum yes but i like to call it scum myself
tm512, yeah sysv fu*ked echo forever by interpreting escape chars
that was the diff between sysv and bsd echo
tm512
well this is still before sysv
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cyanoacrylate
tm512
though it's still at&t's commercial UNIX
stateless
tm512, yes at&t fu*ked it like that
original bell labs echo did not do that
like ritchie/ken echo :P
ofc gnu echo copied this behaviour
tm512
BSD is entirely derived from research UNIX right?
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windows 10 is out for free
tm512
or at least mostly
stateless
tm512, yes but was rewritten
almost entirely
except the bits that were left out when lite came out
tm512
ah so it'd be more of a reimplementation of Research UNIX
stateless
the oldest piece of code in freebsd dates back to a change made by bill joy in the latest seventies
there's no research unix code in it
:)
late seventies*
tm512
but it was based off of that line of UNIX right?
stateless
yes
tm512
where as SysV was a different branch that is pretty much unused now in comparison
stateless
tm512, bell labs gave the source to universities under a weird license
tm512
yeah
stateless
sysv later on, cost sth like 40k per license
u had to pay more if you wanted smp
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Oh, museum days.
stateless
tm512, sysv never really died
when posix came about, they selected features from both sysv and bsd (mostly from bsd)
sunos was bsd then sysv
k0ga
Solaris is sysv
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stateless, we need the SUCKLESS standard.
POSIX is too old to be considered.
tm512
illumos now is the only open source sysv derivative
stateless
tm512, i think berkeley was given unix v5 or v6 to start with
v5 i think
in 1977 or so
k0ga, sunos used to be based on bsd
k0ga
I know
until beginning of 90's
stateless
well u know, bill joy :P
tm512
iirc things were really bad right after they switched to sysv
i was watching this talk
k0ga
I learn Unix in a sunos environment
stateless
aix was a hybrid in some sense
k0ga
s/learn/learnt/
stateless
it included both sys 1-2 and bsd
tm512
are there any dead UNIX derivatives that had their source released?
or do the companies just bury it all
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https://d262ilb51hltx0.cloudfront.net/max/800/1*5wHEENRZEm-W89GjDTHU5Q.png
stateless
tm512, coherent
coherent unix
k0ga
tm512: DWB
tm512
coherent is just unix-like
stateless
yeah true
tm512
and I was the one that posted its source here :p
stateless
:P
tm512
because I stumbled across that
but the tree was a mess
stateless
__20h__, it is a bi**h to make a standard
mostly because it has to be inconsistent to be worth anything
tm512, there is a file
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