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signal-cli has just landed in #FreeBSD ports.
The client for Folding@home has landed in the #FreeBSD ports.
It is utilizing the #Linux compatibility layer, so that the official Linux binary can run on FreeBSD unmodified.
PS FreeBSD team ID is 11743 if you decide to join the effort!
Donating FreeBSD-based CPU resources to the fight against the #Corona-virus has never been easier! 😈 💊
A #FreeBSD port of the Folding@home desktop client is now waiting for your testing and reviews.
If you are interested in how this helps in the fight against the virus, please refer to the https://foldingathome.org/ website.
PS The port is based on the wonderful blog post by Alexander Leidinger (netchild at FreeBSD): https://www.leidinger.net/blog/2020/03/19/fighting-the-coronavirus-with-freebsd-foldinghome/
angr is a platform-agnostic binary analysis framework in a form of a suite of Python 3 libraries that let you load a binary and do a lot of cool things to it.
Please, let me know if it works nicely for you!
Trying to get some proper documentation, but it's damn hard
You don't happen to have official links to the compressed archives of man-pages you want added, do you? It's not difficult to add new sets, I don't think.
I'm also working on replacing man.cgi with mandoc -T html
But well.. You might see my problem: du -h\n<snip> 29G ./man
And that's in their compressed state. I don't want to imagine what it takes, uncompressed.
New post: #FreeBSD and Nvidia Optimus,
This post is a “step by step” tutorial to describe how I can use my Nvidia GeForce 540M graphic card into my #FreeBSD laptop 🎮
@Wolf480pl yeah, this is the wrong definition of an ABI. You mean the C type system
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36C3 style guide: https://events.ccc.de/congress/design/36C3/styleguide.pdf
Smash shells and OSes against each other and scrape the outcome off the wall once you're done or keep on flipping PowerPC bits for 4 nights straight on #FreeBSD
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