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If I post something erroneous please tell me so I can fix it and learn from the error.

I'm currently developing a voxel game called Mosstest in Java as a learning exercise.

I can be contacted by email at obsessivefoss@gmail.com, if one is interested in my work. Please do not email asking for help.


Jun
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
9
awarded  Scholar
Jun
9
accepted Accidentally typed password on logon prompt in Ubuntu TTY, is it stored?
Jun
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revised Accidentally typed password on logon prompt in Ubuntu TTY, is it stored?
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Jun
9
comment Accidentally typed password on logon prompt in Ubuntu TTY, is it stored?
"However, do any logs store the attempted username I entered?" from original question.
Jun
9
asked Accidentally typed password on logon prompt in Ubuntu TTY, is it stored?
Apr
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awarded  Caucus
Jan
23
comment Why is Process Explorer reporting activity in non-existent dedicated GPU memory?
This is a lower-end machine, definitely no extra GPUs there. Device Manager confirms this. The miners are probably just reporting the CPUs as GPus where the Winterpark is a real GPU.
Jan
23
comment Why is Process Explorer reporting activity in non-existent dedicated GPU memory?
@nodakai Not a dupe in my opinion, I'm aware of what Dedicated GPU memory is. The problem is that I'm sure I have none as the spec sheet specifies I have none, and dedicated memory is, by convention, not put into cheaper laptop integrated GPUs. That is why I am asking this question.
Jan
22
asked Why is Process Explorer reporting activity in non-existent dedicated GPU memory?
Sep
2
comment Secured Directory creation in Linux
@Vijay So the answer is you can't with 100% certainty, without hardware write protection. Say that if asked again.
Sep
2
answered Secured Directory creation in Linux
Jul
20
comment Why is “hdparm -w” considered dangerous?
OK. I still would like to know about the command's dangers.
Jul
20
awarded  Commentator
Jul
20
comment Why is “hdparm -w” considered dangerous?
@DevSolar It's an old drive being mounted as /tmp and I am too cheap to get a drive right now...
Jul
20
awarded  Student
Jul
20
asked Why is “hdparm -w” considered dangerous?
Jul
16
comment Chrome blinking triangle
It has very much to do with drivers as Chrome may use OpenGL and hardware acceleration.
Jul
4
awarded  Critic
Jun
30
comment Linux pass execution directly to Grub on reboot
@sawdust OK, case closed.