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Raise the Itanic! (part 2)

Previously …

I finally got my HP Integrity RX2620 (dual core Itanium II) working, after a lot of messing around in the EFI shell. It is now running Debian-ia64 Wheezy. 107 more words

Raise the Itanic!

Itanium was Intel’s attempt to cause all other workstation processor manufacturers to run around like Chicken Little until they ran themselves out of business. It worked surprisingly well. 248 more words

Itanic: Liked the Original? You’ll Love the Sequel! (Part 2)

I am going to pick up exactly where the last post left off, so this will make even less sense than usual if you have not already read… 1,646 more words


Itanic: Liked the Original? You’ll Love the Sequel!

I want to say one word to you.  Just one word.   Are you listening?  Plastics.  There’s a great future in plastics.  Think about it.
The Graduate, circa 1969 

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Brand Recognition Benefits

After the past couple of weeks, surely there is no one in the world who doesn’t know of Titanic and of Belfast’s role as her creator. 502 more words

Inside Innovation

virt-what - an open ended problem

Yesterday’s virt-what problem

If the qemu -cpu flag is used then “QEMU” no longer appears in /proc/cpuinfo, so virt-what fails to detect virtualization. Simple workaround of detecting KVMKVMKVM leaf in CPUID doesn’t work because Parallels Desktop also exports the same leaf (why?!?). 109 more words