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What's the license on the code?

Think about that question after reading the title again.

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Here are some links to check out:

Blog Post: https://www.bleeping...e-code-leaks-online/
Patches: https://github.com/P...en/openopera-patches
Issue Tracker: https://github.com/P...nopera-issues/issues
IRC Channel: #NuOpera on irc.shadowfire.org
Webchat: https://kiwiirc.com/...dowfire.org/#NuOpera

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Well, the supposed impossible happened. The developer of it responded to me. Here is the email he sent me:

遅くなりすみません。
・私は英語は読めますが、満足には書けません。
・オリジナル版の著作権は放棄していません。
・over4GB版(f*ck版)は私の作成ではないので、ソースは手元にありません。
・公開しているソースコードを元に、改造するのは自由です。
・GPLではないので、ソースコード公開を強制してはいけません。

--- http://www.excite.co.jp/world/english/
It becomes late, excuse me.
* I can read English, I can't write English satisfactorily.
* A copyright of an original edition isn't given up.
* over4GB edition (f*ck edition) isn't my making, so a source isn't in hand.
* It's free to remodel the source code which is being exhibited into origin.
* It isn't GPL, so you aren't supposed to force source code openness.
---

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I agree. But still, its source is out there now for anyone to develop it further. Btw, anyone want to post their own benchmarks of it in order to see if its faster on a real machine?

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3. I still think that there's more speed to get out of this driver when it works properly on a 64-bit OS.
You seem somewhat obsessed about this particular RamDisk - why? Even according to benchmark you attached, it doesn't seem to be anything special... and it has a nasty CPU spike (might be a glitch - the benchmark doesn't strike me as being particularly thorough).

For people to want to spend their time improving something, there has to be some motivation. The uncertain license status is a turn-off, and in general it just seems more worthwhile to contribute to something not dead, like ImDisk.

1. The benchmark is out of date. It might be faster now thanks to improvements in technology.
2. Its been a few months since its last update though.

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Yeah, that was bad. So, I take it that no one wants to try improving it?

Improving... what?

The driver. It would be nice if the BSOD I saw on a 64-bit OS was fixed so that way I can see if the speed is improved over what I got when I benchmarked it in a 32-bit OS.

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Yeah, that was bad. So, I take it that no one wants to try improving it?

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1. I sent him an email regarding the source code being on Github.
2. Oh, ok.
3. I still think that there's more speed to get out of this driver when it works properly on a 64-bit OS.

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1. I think he's either dead or gave up on it a long time ago (its been 10+ years since the latest version was made).
2. Please link me to a pge that explains this fiasco.
3. I will do that soon.

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I removed the License file.

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So then why offer the source code for modification?

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I have attached the benchmarks as a PDF.

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1. Yes.
2. Ok. You can find a comparison of some RAM Disks at http://phase.s214.xr.../techreport/ramdisk/.

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1. I got the source from the latest archive of it that is available on its homepage (which is located at http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA000363/).
2. Its faster according to the benchmark I put on the repo and smaller in size.

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It would be nice if someone could get it to work on Windows 10 (64-bit). Its driver and source code can be downloaded by going to https://github.com/Zero3K/ERAM.

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General Software Discussion / Re: TeamViewer hacked?
« on: June 04, 2016, 10:10 PM »
So what is a good alternative? I haven't tried it, but I've heard NoMachine mentioned?

I am using Brynhildr as my RAT. You can get it by going to http://blog.x-row.net/?p=2455#download. There is also a QT based client available at https://github.com/f...qtbrynhildr/releases.

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I use Bond Disc (http://www.bonddisc.com) to make a 640 MB RAM Disk that is set to be the R: drive and I store my Browser's Cache, Printer Spool, and Flash Cookies on it (by making a Symbolic Link that points to its location on my HDD). I have it set to backup to C:\ramdisk.sna (via Drive Snapshot) every night (via Task Scheduler) and on reboot (via Shutter). I then set it up to restore from C:\ramdisk.sna to R: on login (via Drive Snapshot). Its REALLY FAST and works well on Windows 10 (not sure about Windows 8 ).

EDIT: A screenshot of a benchmark I just did is attached so you all can see exactly how fast it is.

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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: AdGuard: the better Ad Muncher?
« on: May 23, 2015, 11:18 PM »
The developer of Ad Muncher has no money to spend on developing the new version. So, its not going to come out.

Is this a fact? Or just supposition? Is there an announcement about this?

Thank you.

Jim

It's a fact. I learned about it by asking Jeff about v5's progress via its IRC channel.

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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: AdGuard: the better Ad Muncher?
« on: May 23, 2015, 06:36 PM »
Interesting things (actually, those are 2 devs AFAIK) happen when you decide to give away your things for free.

Only one actually. The other guy is the filter list maintainer.

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Mini-Reviews by Members / Re: AdGuard: the better Ad Muncher?
« on: May 23, 2015, 06:25 PM »
The developer of Ad Muncher has no money to spend on developing the new version. So, its not going to come out.

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Non-Windows Software / Project Mayhem for Windows
« on: March 12, 2015, 11:43 AM »
I need help compiling it. I've tried compiling it under Ubuntu 10.04, Angstrom Linux, and various compilers on my PC (which is running Windows 7). None of them produced all of the binaries that they should've. Its source code is available at https://github.com/g...desco/project-mayhem. Thanks in advance to anyone that is able to get it compiled and provides the outputted files.

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General Software Discussion / Re: K-Meleon anyone?
« on: November 25, 2014, 09:21 PM »
A new version (75 Beta 1) has been made available for downloading since yesterday. You can find more info about it and the link to download it by going to http://kmeleon.sourc...um/read.php?8,131009.

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Its a really nice attempt at a download manager. It would be quite a shame for it to go wasted. There's a similar styled program called Download Ninja but its too bloated since it relies on .NET 4.0 being installed.

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Yes. It means that they won't add support for it, but someone else could by making a plugin for it.

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Anyone?

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