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    That's not bad at all. I've been looking for...

    That's not bad at all. I've been looking for something fun to do with this VAXstation.
  2. "I've got" a spam problem. ;)

    "I've got" a spam problem. ;)
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    Terrible!

    Terrible!
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    Nice. Thanks for that, I'll have to give that a...

    Nice. Thanks for that, I'll have to give that a try on the Network Server.
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    Welcome. At least the lockdown's ending, eh?

    Welcome. At least the lockdown's ending, eh?
  6. I think something like this already exists (ISTR...

    I think something like this already exists (ISTR such a proxy but it's not coming to mind). It wouldn't be especially difficult to do this here, but it would probably make carl more complex than it...
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    Yeah, you're not running Quake on that. Abuse...

    Yeah, you're not running Quake on that. Abuse might be OK, though. Where did you find the Doom port?
  8. The Pi 400 almost certainly has better...

    The Pi 400 almost certainly has better performance, too. But there is something appealing about this thing. It feels like somebody's beloved Kickstarter.
  9. There's not a lot in the core library that's...

    There's not a lot in the core library that's highly system dependent. carl.c might need some hacking for VMS, though. I have a VAXstation here but I think the C compiler license expired on it.
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    I really like your ideas for Sabina, but I think...

    I really like your ideas for Sabina, but I think TLS on that class of Mac is going to be a big lift because of the way modern servers behave. Repeating a post elsewhere here, one of my test cases was...
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    Point taken. Point not taken. There is no...

    Point taken.



    Point not taken. There is no link to that book in his post: http://www.vcfed.org/forum/showthread.php?77445-Decided-to-start-learnig-C&p=642646#post642646
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    Or, you could post your example rather than...

    Or, you could post your example rather than referring to a book I have to go track down, ahem. (Especially if it involves, as you call it, lying to the compiler, which I would consider pathological.)
  13. In the Github I give a real world example with a...

    In the Github I give a real world example with a Macintosh IIci (25MHz 68030) running NetBSD. It has no L1 cache card because it actually makes it less reliable (periodically the cache card fails --...
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    In the C standard, a[i] is equivalent to *(a+i)....

    In the C standard, a[i] is equivalent to *(a+i). Since addition is commutative, i[a], as it is *(i+a), is equivalent.

    This is a nice deeper dive:...
  15. Crypto Ancienne: TLS for the Internet of Old Things

    I'm pushing out an initial release of Crypto Ancienne, a TLS library intended for pre-C99 and the older architectures that run it, with support for TLS 1.2 with SNI and most current algorithms. It is...
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    It's alive. ...

    It's alive.

    https://oldvcr.blogspot.com/2020/11/fun-with-crypto-ancienne-tls-for.html
    https://github.com/classilla/cryanc

    I'm going to make another post in the Unix workstations subforum, but...
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    That is awesome. I've never seen a 900 in graphic...

    That is awesome. I've never seen a 900 in graphic mode, but it clearly lives up to its reputation.
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    dtterm at least should be there. Open the CDE...

    dtterm at least should be there. Open the CDE "drawers" on the bar at the bottom (the little arrows at the top) and you should see some applications. Or, just browse the Application Manager -- it's...
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    Well, you've got a real vintage one here and in a...

    Well, you've got a real vintage one here and in a pretty pimped configuration for the time. Is it running AIX? Connect something up to the serial ports so you can see it booting. I must be blind, but...
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    A/UX liftoff. It takes several minutes to build...

    A/UX liftoff. It takes several minutes to build at -O3 but all that work for Rhapsody made it a very easy port. TLS handshake takes between 4-6 seconds on this 38MHz clockchipped Q800, but obviously...
  21. The title is of course perfect. (Having actually...

    The title is of course perfect. (Having actually sat through the entire movie, which is fascinating, but definitely an acquired taste.)
  22. I'm impressed that's still in macOS. Watch for it...

    I'm impressed that's still in macOS. Watch for it to disappear, given Apple's track record. (I know there's a usecase for it; that's never stopped them before.)
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    Well, I do know that when I used a Quadra 605...

    Well, I do know that when I used a Quadra 605 (with a full '040) for ssh, it wasn't too speedy generating keys -- it took about 30-45 seconds. However, once the transfer started, it was much quicker....
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    It didn't work when I moved from computing to the...

    It didn't work when I moved from computing to the medical field, for the record. :P
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    Let me be clear about what the Lynx screenshot is...

    Let me be clear about what the Lynx screenshot is doing: it's an otherwise "vanilla" MacLynx, but something is helping it. I'm trying to make that "something" extra portable so you can run it even on...
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