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TSR - The Server Room Show - Episode 51 - Alternatives to Github is coming up Live in 25min on Anonradio and Tilderadio

3pm UTC which is 4PM CET .. I wont make the same mistake again but changing the hour has to stop.

@claudiom it looks like on Kernel 5.8.16-200.fc32.x86_64 using the patches from the trusty

github.com/mkubecek/vmware-hos

Vmware Workstation Pro 16.0.0 build-16894299 now works fine...

It means I can move to Fedora 33 Workstation and wait for Oracle Virtualbox to solve the similar issue it had on Kernel 5.8 ( unless its already been solved and I dont know about it)

Who already listened to Episode 50 - Interview with Dr Marshall Kirk McKusick?

More info:
tsr-podcast.com

The word "bear" is thought to be the oldest known euphemism. It originated as as alternative to saying the true, taboo name of the animal, when it was thought that saying this name could summon the creature's wrath. The leading theory about the word's origin is that it derived from the proto-indo-european ǵʰwḗr, meaning wild animal.

The real word for bear derives from the proto-indo-european h₂ŕ̥tḱos. From this, we get the ancient greek ἄρκτος (árktos). Because Ursa Major (the bear-like constellation) is towards the north, it's from this root that we get "arctic", which basically means "land of the bears".

Speaking of Ursa, that's also derived from the proto-indo-european word for bear, h₂ŕ̥tḱos. It became orssos in proto-italic and ursus in Latin.

TSR - The Server Room Show - Episode 50 - Interview with Dr Marshall Kirk McKusick is available

Did You listen to it?

More info:
tsr-podcast.com

Didn't tried all of them but, this seems like a curated list to me ...

Free and Shell Accounts

aruljohn.com/freeshell/

2021 - GNU get's a DMCA Takedown for publishing 'less', a software that let's you read text on your computer, because you might use it to read pirated content.

TSR - The Server Room Show - Episode 50 - Interview with Dr Marshall Kirk McKusick is coming up Live at 3PM UTC on the 31st of October 2020

This is a very special episode of a 45 minute full interview with someone who worked on BSD and remains actively involved in FreeBSD as well.

Listen Live:
anonradio.org
tilderadio.org

More info
tsr-podcast.com

Link of Kirk's website:
mckusick.com

TSR - The Server Room Show - Episode 50 - Interview with Dr Marshall Kirk McKusick is available

More info:
tsr-podcast.com

TSR - The Server Room Show - Episode 50 - Interview with Dr Marshall Kirk McKusick premieres at 3pm UTC time today.

You can listen live at:

anonradio.net/listen
tilderadio.org

Attend the Live Youtube premiere at:

youtube.com/watch?v=JyslBy4IwN

Also Can Chat during the event on the usual places at and

Updated Email and Website Address for The Server Room Show:

tsr-podcast.com
viktor@tsr-podcast.com

The Server Room Show will be switching its website domain

From:

tsr-podcast.tk
* will keep it in the bag of course*

To:

tsr-podcast.com
tsr-podcast.tech

Commodore actively sued people for making fully compatible drives because they often reused parts of Commodore's proprietary source.

While Commodore itself is no more, the source code is still proprietary and is in the hands of some obscure company at this point.

While it's very unlikely they would file suit at this point, many projects that want compatibility with the C64 are actively rewriting code that shipped with it (even CBM Basic), most notably Mega65: github.com/MEGA65/open-roms

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