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Den 10/15/2016 23:19, skrev jdow:
> On 2016-10-15 05:31, Ove Bjørn Karlsen wrote:
>> Den 10/6/2016 10:37, skrev Ove Bjørn Karlsen:
>>> Den 10/3/2016 17:10, skrev Ove Bjørn Karlsen:
>>>> Den 10/3/2016 14:29, skrev Ove Bjørn Karlsen:
>>>>> I tried Linux in 2010, with the peak of the Ubuntu distribution,
>>>>> Karmic
>>>>> Koala. And soon compiled my own kernel for it. But little
>>>>> recognition of my
>>>>> later low-jitter work it would seem. (That actually removed all
>>>>> "disk read"
>>>>> stops, from high-performance demanding games like Doom 3. Enabling
>>>>> a fluent
>>>>> 3x72 fps, since the engine does 3 passes pr. frame.)
>>>>>
>>>>> And later Microsoft took back its lead. A big corporation like
>>>>> Microsoft
>>>>> could probably not be defeated. Unless ofcourse there was some
>>>>> real issue,
>>>>> some obscurity, that was the blue elephant in the room.
>>>>>
>>>>> In Linux it is GNU. In Microsoft it is Gary Kildall.
>>>>>
>>>>> Many may not be aware, that Gary Kildall should actually have been
>>>>> the Bill
>>>>> Gates of today. He actually wrote the first microcomputer OS, CP/M
>>>>> (~Kernal/console) that Microsoft later infringed on, and copied as
>>>>> MS-DOS.
>>>>>
>>>>> When I analyse this, it seems american nationalism is at work.
>>>>> Gary Kildall
>>>>> had parents of Norwegian and Swedish heritage. Yet few here in
>>>>> Norway even
>>>>> seems to be aware of the "real" Bill Gates. While many know the
>>>>> enthusiast
>>>>> computing environment have had their brilliant people.
>>>>>
>>>>> When it comes to the discussion of "Microsoft Business Practises",
>>>>> one
>>>>> should definately read https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Kildall
>>>>>
>>>>> That is what it really ultimately is about. MS-DOS later even
>>>>> admitted to
>>>>> have "CP/M source" in the sourcetree.
>>>>>
>>>>> Like I had to leave GNU support due to its obscurity, I have to
>>>>> leave "MS"
>>>>> support for the same.
>>>>>
>>>>> Things Have To Be Done Right, and if anyone could do that, maybe
>>>>> some new OS
>>>>> have a chance :)
>>>>>
>>>>> My view of a "good OS", is a high-level low-jitter optimized
>>>>> innerloop
>>>>> construct, based on possily just-in-time interpretated language,
>>>>> making most
>>>>> of the OS language one, and usable by newbies and advanced, that
>>>>> might make
>>>>> assembly aswell. Where often used library macros could ultimately
>>>>> be made in
>>>>> H/W and accelerated.
>>>>>
>>>>> If you are a brilliant programmer indeed, in the US, salute the
>>>>> flag, and be
>>>>> american supergun... :|
>>>>>
>>>>> Or.. make a music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odHUlDm6O-U
>>>>>
>>>>> Peaceful Saluations.
>>>>>
>>>> So to really say what I am thinking.. A Good OS Obeys Metaphysical
>>>> Laws.
>>>>
>>>> Of Paradox Theos, or the culturally correct corresponding concept.
>>>> (Probably
>>>> not so much "god", but the original Gotan probably was that.)
>>>> . .
>>>>
>>>> Peaceful Salutations.
>>>>
>>> I also wrote this:
>>> https://medium.com/@Stage_Mind/the-metaphysical-realities-of-a-good-low-jitter-operating-system-93e7b248e458#.gitf5ib10
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> Just to be a little bit crazy, if the remotest chance of anyone
>> wanting me to
>> work with this, and finance it, I would.
>>
>> RightOS by Admirers Of Paradox Theos. Some of the most intelligen men
>> in the
>> world who respect the metaphysical might pull this off. And fix so many
>> obscurities we find with the modern internet.
>>
>> Peaceful Salutations.
>>
>>
>
> Just off hand after between 15 and 20 years monitoring the LKML the
> fellows here didn't bother to read the rant. And incidentally, Gary
> Kildall was an American first with ancestors from your neck of the
> woods. He spoke American English with no more accent than a few stiff
> drinks might cause. I met him at a computer convention many years ago
> and had the chance to chatter with him. So if you're getting all
> national pride, you're being a little silly. Next time approach it
> without the rant. It might get a better reception. This group does NOT
> go for demonstrations of ego in the code or newbie coders.
>
> {^_^}

I do not need to you speak of behalf of "the fellows". And, no, I am not
a newbie coder, I have done some of the worlds best DSP, beating all
your contemporary recordlabels, better kernel configs than most here,
and the philosophy I present is also better than all current Microsoft,
Linux, CP/M etc, that honestly, are all based in phallic totems, that
can never really be truly good.

It is that point of intelligence, beyond phallic totems, that people
truly should reach for. However to become conscious of this, and
actually do it, seems hard, in a culture where 99% of it, seems phallic
based, thought relevant to mindreducing drugs, or citypromiscuity and
liqour. And even it all is about sex and ofcourse really children, many
of these doesn´t even hit the mark there.

I have gone there though, and made it simpler for the rest. Follow,
Intelligent People.

My summary of research on religion has been top 1% research on Academia
aswell, and is available here: https://independent.academia.edu/OveKarlsen

Peaceful Salutations

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