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→ YES if you are running a physical server
→ NO if it is a virtual one
Prevent invalid userland pointer dereference
* If you are running on a physical machine → YES
* If it is a virtual Machine it will slow it down a lot → NO
There have been more studies:
The Effects Of Microwaves On The Trees And Other Plants
© Alfonso Balmori Martínez. Valladolid. Spain. December, 2003
Microwave smog and forest damage; movement in Bonn after all? Volkrodt
Electromagnetic pollution of the environment, Volkrodt
http://www.emrpolicy.../volkrodt_fiasco.pdf original document
Are microwaves faced with a fiasco similar to that experienced by nuclear energy? Volkrodt
The Path into the Dying Forest, Ulrich Hertel
Letter to Professor Wm. Smith, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Volkrodt
SMF is pretty great right out of the box and has proved very stable, and has a wonderful feature set and organization that just makes sense.
However the one thing I will say, and i think i've said this in another thread, is that SMF is part of the past-generation of web applications, where "add-ons and extensions" are not handled through hooks and signals, but are instead handled by actually *modifying* the code.
What this means is that addons and mods are not easy to maintain, and can be a bit hairy to deal with when applying updates to the core forum.
So SMF is a great forum system for someone who wants a powerful and easy to maintain forum system, but who isn't planning on installing lots of addons. Although there are some great addons for SMF, if you are the kind of person who will want to install lots of addons and modifications for your forum, you should look elsewhere, in my humble opinion, because of the difficulty in maintaining and upgrading in the presence of addons.-mouser (November 07, 2010, 09:28 AM)
# default prefix
my @prefixes = ('+OK ','mcps ');
Please don't just say Google, because google's a mess. How would you explore the alternatives? Do any of you know of lesser-known companies that are good?