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, , , /#PowerPC, , , ... All of them are popular microprocessors in use today.

But where did they come from? And how are they related to other legacy technologies?

Download that poster-sized infographic to know more about the microprocessor history
yesik.it/PROC2017

Could someone confirm/infirm that statement I saw recently:
"""
By design processors like or are immune to
"""

Type the same command in all you `tmux` panes:
tmux setw synchronize-panes

You may have noticed many identical toots appearing then disappearing almost immediately from my timeline recently.

This is not spam.

Simply I'm experimenting with the :)

If like me you always forget the option to extract compressed , this railroad-style is for you:
yesik.it/TARCS1

In a pattern without associated action defaults to '{ print }'
seq 10 | awk /1/ is the same as
seq 10 | awk '/1/ {print}'

In an action without associated pattern defaults to 1
seq 10 | awk '{print}' is the same as
seq 10 | awk '1 {print}'

With Bash history, `!:0` expands to the previous command name.

echo 1
!:0 2

In the Bash in emacs mode, ctrl-x ctrl-e will launch your $EDITOR to edit the current command line



In an action without associated pattern defaults to 1
seq 10 | awk '{print}' is the same as
seq 10 | awk '1 {print}'

In a pattern without associated action defaults to '{ print }'
seq 10 | awk /1/ is the same as
seq 10 | awk '/1/ {print}'

In these days of trouble, it is reassuring to read the European Commission will continue today to protect Net Neutrality in Europe as it was defined in the 2015 agreement for an open Internet:

""
users will be free to access the content of their choice, they will not be unfairly blocked or slowed down anymore, and paid prioritisation will not be allowed.""

Tweet: twitter.com/EU_Commission/stat

Ref: europa.eu/rapid/press-release_

@EuropeanCommission

One after the other, Linux distributions are dropping support for the Intel x86 32-bit architecture. And this is a concern when running legacy hardware, as well as for embedded systems still based on the Intel 32-bits architecture.

So here is an overview of the OSes that will hopefully support the IA-32 architecture for a couple more years.

itsfoss.com/32-bit-os-list/