(Fabrice Bellard is a superhacker.)
After cleaning up the mess, removing the leaking capacitor, replacing the damaged resistors, jumpering the eaten RXD trace, ignoring eaten traces for other serial, parallel, and audio signals, reflowing the 200-pin CPU board connector, and kicking the CPU board connector one final time before giving up, my Amiga 4000 starts booting again. I'm sure now it'll be fine until 2038 ;-)
Latin HTTP Status Code Reasons: https://rixx.de/blog/index-http-status-numeri/
TuxCon 2010 soldering workshop was lot of fun, we had massive invasion of kids (4-12 years old) wanting to learn how to solder and they were soldering better than adults! The soldering kits are now available on the web for these who missed TuxCon. https://olimex.wordpress.com/2019/06/12/tuxcon-2019-soldering-workshop-kits-are-now-on-our-web-for-sale/
@trini Surely you've realised by now that ST equipment (mal)functions exactly to the extent required for creating a dramatic situation that can be resolved in 42 minutes.
This flawed decision has to be overturned.
Science is not politics.
IEEE, a major science publisher, bans Huawei scientists from reviewing papers | Science | AAAS
Scientists worldwide should work together.
About the politics:
Note that we HAVE serious doubts about so many things in CS. CISCO and Intel "bugs" could be by design, or be widely known in Secret Services, who perhaps co-fund Google, etc etc. NIST and NSA story on encryption. Research co-funded by DARPA.
Technologist with a Passion for Linux
A nice little Mastodon instance. Mild trolling encouraged (keep it local), but not required. Malicious behaviour is not tolerated. Follow Wheaton's law and you'll be fine.