Here’s the machine in question
What’s your working from home setup looking like? #battlestations
Toot! v1.12 is now out!
This release adds a few smaller feaures, like bookmarks and hashtag autocomplete, and a bunch of bugfixes.
Looking to make my feed a bit more exciting — who should I follow? #FollowTuesday
Why do 32bit computers only support 4gb of ram? I know everybody says it's because 2^32 is 4294967296, or 4GB. But by that logic, 16 bit computers should only support 64KB of ram. I thought that was supposed to be the limit of 8bit computers? Which by the same logic, would only be able to access 256 bytes of ram. Also, shouldn't that 4294967296 bytes be multiplied by the number of bytes wide the ram bus is? This would give a 32bit computer access to 17179869184 bytes of ram.
I've migrated another project from my self-hosted GitLab instance to GitHub, now using Actions too
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