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  2. Such a great show. I go through all the episodes at least once a year.
  3. Absolutely classic scene from The IT Crowd:
  4. Sorry don't find that funny as I know autotune couldn't fix that voice. It does have its limits. I suspect that woman is really a good singer and just faked the screeching bit. Plus the guy is just pushing random buttons that aren't actually doing anything. For what autotune actually does, and why many pop songs sound generically similar vocally, check out some Autotune the News videos. Autotune has improved a lot since those videos were made, and can be used more artistically (listen to Kacey Musgraves' Golden Hour album, Grammy album of the year 2019) it still can't fix awful.
  5. Yesterday
  6. Hedon James

    My SSDs - the good, the bad, and the ugly

    This is what it does, SB. Is that you working the knobs Sunrat?! LOL!
  7. Corrine

    Microsoft Edge Preview Builds

    Dev channel update to 82.0.425.3 is live. This is the first Dev channel build for major version 82. See the link for links to blog posts about some of the improvements being worked on. In addition to changes and fixes, the build includes one new added feature: Added a management policy to allow the deletion of browsing data from Edge Legacy when it’s replaced by the installation of Edge’s Stable channel.
  8. sunrat

    NEW UPDATES Debian

    - ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Debian Security Advisory DSA-4630-1 security@debian.org https://www.debian.org/security/ Moritz Muehlenhoff February 21, 2020 https://www.debian.org/security/faq - ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Package : python-pysaml2 CVE ID : CVE-2020-5390 It was discovered that pysaml2, a Python implementation of SAML to be used in a WSGI environment, was susceptible to XML signature wrapping attacks, which could result in a bypass of signature verification. For the oldstable distribution (stretch), this problem has been fixed in version 3.0.0-5+deb9u1. For the stable distribution (buster), this problem has been fixed in version 5.4.1-2+deb10u1. - ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Debian Security Advisory DSA-4631-1 security@debian.org https://www.debian.org/security/ Moritz Muehlenhoff February 21, 2020 https://www.debian.org/security/faq - ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Package : pillow CVE ID : CVE-2019-16865 CVE-2019-19911 CVE-2020-5311 CVE-2020-5312 CVE-2020-5313 Multiple security issues were discovered in Pillow, a Python imaging library, which could result in denial of service and potentially the execution of arbitrary code if malformed PCX, FLI, SGI or TIFF images are processed. For the oldstable distribution (stretch), these problems have been fixed in version 4.0.0-4+deb9u1. For the stable distribution (buster), these problems have been fixed in version 5.4.1-2+deb10u1.
  9. It sort of worked on mine, although I'd installed Win 10 first then abandoned that to restore the old one over it so it still used the ESP from the new install. I used REFInd to boot the restored Debian and installed GRUB from there. It's an audio mixing console, one model below top of the line. Surely you've been to a concert and seen the sound engineer surrounded by electronics amidst the audience. That's their prime tool of the trade.
  10. securitybreach

    Weird phone mode,firmware update while charging

    Sounds like it but at least its back in business.
  11. jolphil

    Weird phone mode,firmware update while charging

    Thanks Guys, This may be an unsolved mystery..
  12. securitybreach

    My SSDs - the good, the bad, and the ugly

    Yeah, I have no idea what it does what I would use it for but man, is it cool looking!!!!!!
  13. Hedon James

    My SSDs - the good, the bad, and the ugly

    That is pretty elegant and sexy sunrat! almost makes me want one, although I'm 100% certain it won't be cost effective in my personal studio space! LOL!
  14. securitybreach

    My SSDs - the good, the bad, and the ugly

    Clonezilla didn't work when I tried to clone the entire drive to another. It made the partitions but they all were identified as Unknown and would not boot. Mind you, I clone my entire drive every quarter and it always worked flawlessly until I did it from SATA SSD to NVME
  15. I used it once to transfer a friend's Win 7 system from HDD to Samsung SATA SSD. Worked perfectly but IIRC it only works for Samsung SSDs. It's likely you could do the same cloning with dd or Clonezilla. I doubt it would make any difference whether it is NVMe or SATA SSD.
  16. securitybreach

    My SSDs - the good, the bad, and the ugly

    I do not think so but I could never use that as it is intended for windows systems. For windows users, that could be a useful tool to use if you trust Samsung with your data
  17. was it mentioned that Samsung Migration will do SSD->nvme ?
  18. V.T. Eric Layton

    My SSDs - the good, the bad, and the ugly

    Ooooh! Look at all the buttons and pretty colors.
  19. Last week
  20. I'm going to our local distributor's expo next week where they are launching the new successor to our model consoles, which were released about 8 years ago. I'm sure even a non audio pro type person would appreciate the beauty in design.
  21. Of course it's not. Only external connection is via MADI to the AD/DA racks. And a couple of analog audio connections.
  22. ssherjj

    Dearest Friends, Students, Admirers of Bruno Knaapen...

    My sincere condolences to Bruno and his family and friends. Even though I did not know him, I can see the passion that everyone here had for him. Sounds like he was a wizard with Linux. Bless you & Thank you Bruno...you are with the Angels now free of pain and sadness. May you RIP ...
  23. securitybreach

    My SSDs - the good, the bad, and the ugly

    Nice but I hope that the XP embedded machine is not on the internet, otherwise it is already 0wnd.
  24. Finally got around to plugging the temperamental EVO850 back in. Booted Debian from the new SSD setup but the EVO was nowhere to be seen. Booted Parted Magic and same MIA. On a final hunch I replaced the SATA cable and it seemed the UEFI detected it but couldn't find EFI bootloader even though new SSD with ESP was still present, so boot failed and went to emergency mode! The WD M2 one was still 1st priority in UEFI boot order though . So I booted PM again and deleted the old ESP from the EVO and tried again, still the same error. Getting frustrated now, so booted PM once again and created a new partition table on the EVO which deleted everything on it of course. Reboot and Debian boots fine and detects the newly created partition on the EVO. So all copacetic in sunrat's brain now! (brain is that computer's hostname). Guess it was just a dodgy/loose cable after all. It was a non-latching one and appeared to be lower quality than the others I have. Will ensure to use latching ones in future. Oh what fun we have, playing with things of which we know just enough to be dangerous! At least it was a good excuse to triple the amount of SSD on that machine. On a similar note, I thought I messed up the software on our $100,000 audio mixing console at work the other day. It runs embedded Windows XP and has a startup program called ReadyOn which runs the console surface software and sets up the environment. It's been displaying an explorer window which it shouldn't and the boss and production manager haven't been able to work it out. I had some spare time before the show so had another look. "Flush ReadyOn Cache" sounded like a good contender so I ran it. Turns out that also disables autoloading of the console surface, PANIC! I was able to load it manually for the show, phew. A little searching the interwebz found a manufacturers document that had in red, "Distributor use only, do not let users do this!" But as I'd done half of it, the disable bit, I figured the enable bit should work too. So I ran it after the show and it worked fine. Phew, I really didn't want to tell the boss I broke the console software! Now they love me because I fixed something that eluded them for ages.
  25. sunrat

    Weird phone mode,firmware update while charging

    It may have downloaded the update previously and waited for USB power before applying it. I had a phone do this once, can't remember if Pixel, LG G3, or SGS2, but there was a way out of the loop. Definitely can't remember what that way was.
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