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posted: 3.6.2015
approved by: Damankee
Misc - advert
New virtual server and system... fixing stuff

BIOS update to server - this resolves many problems. :)

Added thumbnails to the comment page.

Welcome to NEW SERVER! If something is broken, please tell us. :)

11.3 - 24.3.2016
Big problems with 1) networking 2) server provider 3) server provider

All 2015 calendar flashes

Dagobah advent calendar 2015 + christmas theme. Sorry for the delay :)

Once a day frontpage will check your flash version and pop-up if you have an old version active.

Enabled SSL (TLS) encryption to login/register pages. If those are not working for you, you can just remove 's' from the url.

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Now imagine you have to watch this every time you boot your computer. It's 2015, maaan, we have TECHNOLOGY to make all kinds of marketing shit possible!

> implying someone reboots more than three times in a year

Also, I haven't heard much about viruses *corrupting* BIOS (stealthy BIOS viruses seem to live and prosper, as recent developments show). Backup BIOS chip is mostly a protection against hardware failures and firmware bugs (that makes manufacturer care less about them).
#1 - iopi - 06/03/2015 - 18:09
That was hilariously awesome for some reason.
#2 - LordJebe - 06/04/2015 - 05:39
Of all of the things that can fail inside a computer, I've never really been concerned about the BIOS failing. If a HDD fails, you are hardcore SOL. Your files are gone for good. If the RAM fails, you get data corruption, which can result in a corrupted HDD. If the power supply fails, other components can get fried...like the HDD. BIOS failure? Pull out the HDD and stick it an external USB drive enclosure, buy a new computer. Life goes on.
#3 - Anonymous - 06/04/2015 - 18:35
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