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/dev/random vs /dev/urandom

If you want random data in a Linux/Unix type OS, the standard way to do so is to use /dev/random or /dev/urandom. These devices are special files. 157 more words

Redhat / CEntOS / Oracle Linux

FreeBSD jails (1/2): Introduction and frameworks

This is the first part of a followup to the 4.11 mini-series of posts that I published here on my blog ([1], [2] 1,547 more words

Computer

OSxMEM - OSx16 Memory Status Viewer and Reporter

OSxMEM – OSx16 Memory Status Viewer, Shows Summary of System Memory Status, Include Used, Free and Allocated Memory Blocks.

OPERATING SYSTEM

Screen Artefacts Shutdown Sierra MacOS


① memo 20170329 ~ Screen Artefacts Shutdown Sierra MacOS ~ Screen artefacts on shutdown of the Sierra macOS (10.12.1 to 3) on iMac 27″ 5K Late 2015 – Note the artefacts vary greatly (in color and shape) every time this issue occurs. 25 more words

MEMO

OSxXMM - OSx16 eXtended Memory Manager

OSxXMM – OSx16 eXtended Memory Manager Or Extended Memory Device Driver And Driver.

OSxXMM – OSx16 eXtended Memory Manager is the Replacement for MS-DOS Himem.Sys.

OPERATING SYSTEM

OSxVIU - OSx16 Picture Viewer

OSxVIU – OSx16 Picture Viewer, Shows Pictures.

Current Version Supports PCX format, Only.

OPERATING SYSTEM

OSxT2B - OSx16 Text To Binary Converter

OSxT2B – OSx16 Text To Binary Converter, Converts File With :

DB xxh, xxh, xxh, … Format To Binary File.

OPERATING SYSTEM