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What are typical sizes for these buffers? Moderate needs (average of 80 columns, 10000 lines, mostly ASCII) will result in about 860 kiB of data per tab.Even a barebones page like this one takes about 3 MiB in Firefox.If you are somewhat security sensitive, the first thing to encrypt is swap (or turn it off). Its better to assume memory is safe than assuming any random disk location is. Matthew Garrett calls for the private, secure desktop Posted Aug 1, 2014 12:29 UTC (Fri) by mjg59 (subscriber, #23239) [Link]

That said, I suspect that most modern system could cope well with having the backlog in RAM. Matthew Garrett calls for the private, secure desktop Posted Aug 7, 2014 9:31 UTC (Thu) by Wol (subscriber, #4433) [Link]

One could argue that our focus on genuine security and privacy (aka software freedom, here) has alienated those who are happy giving up their privacy in exchange for some games or videos. I don't see how we could say honestly "our system respects your privacy, and works great with netflix". The two are pretty fundamentally at odds.I prefer the argument "our system respects your privacy, and look, here's bittorrent, now you don't have to make yourself so vulnerable." Obviously it has problems too, but at least it feels more consistent.I suppose the real argument that Garrett is making is that we should use things like apparmor and selinux to constrain malicious proprietary software, that we are implicitly encouraging people to fund the development of, and that by design still generally spys on its users. I suppose we could. But that doesn't sound great to me.The problem seems to be that most people are ignorant (or perhaps accepting, but I'm an optimist) of how much they are giving up to use these horrible systems. I don't think "meeting them halfway" is a great idea, but rather we need to try to explain more clearly why ours is a private and secure system, and what that means, and that some things that many currently take for granted as "the way things work" should not be tolerated. Perhaps it is a losing battle. But it is right. Matthew Garrett calls for the private, secure desktop Posted Aug 4, 2014 11:58 UTC (Mon) by Seegras (guest, #20463) [Link]

Videos? There is nothing in "videos" which has any privacy implication. The most modern video players and codecs are all open source.Of course, it might be the that you lump them into "non-free", because some people have been illegally granted patents on them, but that doesn't make them less "free software" in copyright terms; especially since the patent holders aren't actually the programmers of the software, but just a bunch of criminal rent-seekers. Matthew Garrett calls for the private, secure desktop Posted Aug 4, 2014 12:59 UTC (Mon) by njwhite (guest, #51848) [Link]

I just got a game, and am finding it hard to run on a Vista machine. I spent an hour (almost) installing it, and now the disk won't fire up and play the game. The box says it is compatible with Vista, but I have checked the processor, and it says I need 'PIV 2.8GHz', whereas I have only 1.73GHz. Could this be the problem? It also talks about a graphics card I need, and that "integrated/onboard graphics chipsets and laptops are not supported." I am using a laptop. Does this mean I am wasting my time trying to get it to work? any help, much appreciated.--ChokinBako (talk) 20:01, 28 December 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

It has some relevance to wikipedia - here's a reference I've just added to a page. Works fine on the desktop, comes up as mostly blank screen on the laptop. (Let me know if it works for you). --Tagishsimon (talk) 20:30, 28 December 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

The most common architecture for a multiprocessor system is symmetricmultiprocessing, or SMP. In this kind of system, all processorsare connected to the same shared memory and run the same operating system.No one processor has faster or prioritized access to memory or system peripherals than any other.

Ethernet and Wi-Fi (the 802.11 family of protocols) are the most widely used link-layer technologies for local area networks. Both Wi-Fi and Ethernet use the same addressing format and were designed to freely interoperate at the link layer.

IP assumes unreliable communication. That does not mean that most packetswill get lost! It means that delivery is not guaranteed. If reliable delivery is needed,software on the receiver will have to detect lost data and ask the sender toretransmit it. Think of mail delivery: most mail gets to its destination but once ina while, a letter gets lost or takes a really long time to arrive.

Since IP is a logical network, any computer that needs tosend out IP packets must do so via the physical network,using the data link layer.Often, this is Ethernet, which uses a 48-bit Ethernet address that iscompletely unrelated to a 32-bit IPaddress (or a 128-bit IPv6 address).To send an IP packet out, the system needs to identify the link layerdestination address (MAC, or Media Access Control address)on the local area network that corresponds tothe desired IP destination (it may be the address of a router if thepacket is going to a remote network). The Address Resolution Protocol, or ARP,accomplishes this. It works by broadcasting a request containing an IP address(the message asks, do you know the corresponding MAC address for this IP address?) and thenwaiting for a response from the computer with thecorresponding IP address. To avoid doing this for every outgoing packet, ARPmaintains a cache of most recently used addresses. Wi-Fi uses the same addressing format as Ethernet and can bridge with ethernet networks to form a single local area network.

One problem with the interface offered by sockets was that it offered a send-receive model of interaction. However, most programs use a functional (procedure call) model. Remote procedure calls are a programming language construct (something provided by the compiler, as opposed to an operating system construct such as sockets).They provide the illusion of calling a procedure on a remote machine. During this time, execution of the local thread stops until the results are returned. The programmer is alleviated from packaging data, sending and receiving messages, and parsing results.

A lingering problem was that multicastIP uses no centralized coordinator and anyone can send multicast messagesto any multicast addresses. IGMP v3 adds the ability for a host thatjoins a multicast group to specify the source address (originator)of the multicast. The router will then not forward packets originating from unwantedsource addresses onto the LAN.

If an edge router receives this multicast packet and is not interested the data stream (i.e., ithas not received IGMP join messages), it will send a prune messageto the router that delivered that packet. If that router receives prune messages fromall interfaces, it will in turn send a prune message to the router that is sending itthe multicast messages.A router sends prune messages if it is getting redundant traffic fromanother link or if its downstream router or LAN connections are not interested in the stream.If a node on a LAN joins a multicast group at a later time, sending an IGMP message to arouter, that router would then send a PIM Graft message to its connected routersto state interest in the stream.Dense mode only makes sense when there are receivers spread through most locations coveredmy multicast-aware routers. It is rarely used.

When a process joins a group, it first needs to import the current stateof the synchronized group. This is called a state transfer. The processcontacts an existing member and transfers the state to initialize itself tofrom its most recent checkpoint. During this time, it is not processing any requests.After the state transfer, it is part of the group.

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