NVIDIA... issues of [pc] failing to bully qa

Frank Fenderbender frankfenderbender at council124.org
Wed Apr 3 09:47:29 UTC 2019

Also, since you pretend to "know" anything about me before labeling me and my experiences inside your narrative, I worked on: Sniffer tools at Network General; mac addressing & hypercube technology at Intel;  testing Lexmark printers; EDA software at Mentor Graphics, Cypress Semiconductor, and Analogy; mainframe-terminals, graphics workstations printers, and oscilloscopes at Tektronix.
I worked on many operating systems: Apple's System7, MacOS9, MacOSX, macOS; GNU/Linux Debian, Ubuntu; Tektronix's UTek; Sun Microsystem's SunOS & Solaris; Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX; Digital Equipment Corporation's VAX/VMS & Ultrix; IBM's MVS, TSO, OS/2, & AIX; Microsoft's 3, 95, 98, 98Workgroups, NT, 2000, 
XP, 7, 10.
I worked around many people who dwarfed my knowledge and skills, but let me learn from those failings. Envy & denial of failure were options if I wanted to remain "correctly ignorant".

So, I suggest that you lose the political correctness w/r/t facts, because they still exist and it only makes your "emperor's clothes" disappear faster.
If I color history, it's because the rainbow of truth is not black and/or white.
The infinity of numbers lays between 0 and 1 so binary views, by science, are limited and limiting conveniences that are extremely-narrow views of an analog, nonlinear, asynchronous universe to appease our human-centric views of ourselves as Red Guards v2 correcting anyone who does not choose [only] from the set of {0,1}.
We're here to hear and to share , and w/o all the other numbers perceived by all the "blind men" (Cf, the "blind men and the elephant"), then no elephant ( of "bug") can truly be understood, let alone [per-/con-]ceived.
We all have opinions and we all have/are moments of "T"ruth, a.k.a. sharing our "t"ruths.

If you do not comprehend mine don't attempt to assassinate me.
Dig deeper.
Attacks only show a cowardly ignorance hiding in dogma.
I'm sure that you're more than that. Share that please.
It's a bit boring hearing slanders against reasoned "truth" over and over.
It tends to expose fetish and a refusal to listen or share about the question asked, rather swinging that off into a narrative that only offers engagement 'off topic' as its replacement for logic, passion, knowledge, and care.
Do you have anything to share about across-platforms NVIDIA issues, or merely tepid, paltry NPCynia (as in NPC + cynicISM)
I mentioned NVIDIA's REAL WORLD affiliations because they matter in determining if there is intent in the issues, as when Microsoft used to code in backdoors to every released OS because their income model included selling whatever info they could steal from the users of their OS; they essentially invented spyware.
Fact, not conspiracy.
Relevant whether you divert off into character assassination and lists of unverifiable investigations, or not..
Because intent exposes content, an integral part of the logic of "bugs", yours also exposes your 'reason' for being on this list.
If you mdid not care to assist me, then shut up. "Turn the channel". Go read. Do something else. Why avoid NVIDIA issues just to assault my reasonable questions about that company and the bugs they do not fix, expecting OSs to adapt around them instead. Why? is a reasonable question if the issues persist, and even why they existed in the first place.

Why are bugs there is a credible a question as is where are they.
Who do they affect is as credible as what do they effect.
I was in QA. Before that was nixed by the feigned "high tech bubble" burst, that wiped out competition to the main players, quality mattered.
Now, we have to solve what would have stopped releases before.
We did refuse managers getting their "beat the deadline" bonuses because the quality did not meet the signed-off agreements re: severity and priority levels still existing in the code. Lowering the bar is not a sign of increased intelligence, rather it indicates a fear of failure, or argument, of paradox... a fear of success, of quality, of merit. So, addressing bugs means more than scissoring them off a list, hitting a delete button, shaking your head and crying, or calling someone names because having a bug in your code hurts your feelings.
Quality is quality. Testing reveals issues. Uncensored science is a tool. People's views and motives are in their bugs and lowered expectations, or in their willingness to listen to others and to the expanded reality of "bugs". Nuff said. 

Honestly, you pissed me off and intended to, and to all of the rest of you, I apologize for reacting to tick-like assaults. 
i do not apologize for the tick. Ticking is what a tick does. next time I will call on one of our friendly visiting opposums for help (they can kill 54,000 ticks per week).

for better,

On 02-April-2019, at 04:46 AM, Carmel NY wrote:

> On Mon, 1 Apr 2019 23:48:10 -0700, Frank stated:
>> I've seen many older "issue" statements re: non-supported NVIDIA
>> graphics systyems. For instance, on my Dell Precision 5820
>> Workstation, Ubuntu 16.04 interfered with window manager logins so
>> that it would always rest mid-logion and come back to the same login
>> input box.
>> Unfortunately, there is not an immediate "resolved" status nearby
>> those issue postings. So, did it also occur in some ways w/r/t FreeBSD?
>> Who knows what the independent-contracting CIA and computer-invasive
>> NVIDIA are really up to.:
>> 	"NVIDIA, the microprocessor manufacturer that powers much of
>> 	the world’s gaming and cloud needs, will also join hands in
>> 	this unlikely partnership between a retail giant, a government
>> 	funded tech firm and the CIA. NVIDIA will provide the deep
>> 	learning training needed by the AI system that will process
>> 	billions of images collected by SpaceNet and turn it into
>> 	“actionable intelligence.” - fropm
>> 	<https://1reddrop.com/2016/08/27/amazon-help-cia-spy-earth-space/>
>> 	"In 2016, it was revealed that DigitalGlobe was working with
>> 	CIA chipmaker NVIDIA and Amazon Web Services to create an
>> 	AI-run satellite surveillance network known as Spacenet." --
>> 	from
>> 	<https://disobedientmedia.com/2019/03/intelligence-contractors-make-new-attempt-to-provoke-tensions-with-north-korea/>
>> I am avoiding their "graphics" systems.
>> Is its "issue list" resolved (or better-hidden, like Microsoft's
>> backdoor spyware) for newer platforms? I suspect that not supporting
>> drivers for older systems is a bit like [cr]Apple killing off the X in
>> MacOSX, along with all non-proprietary security tools like Doorstop X
>> Suite. "That would be telling." [The Prisoner] 
>> This getting "fixed" oddly seems like "fixing a dog does to the dog...
>> more like forcing manufactured issues resolution "code" closer to
>> where OS security lives? I'm not "paranoid... just experienced.
>> thanks,
>> frank
> No Frank, I would classify you as “delusional.” Of course, I do applaud
> you for qualifying your statements and or conclusions by backing them
> up with data you found on the always reliable Internet.
> Seriously Frank, virtually every time I hear one of these “conspiracy”
> theories I just roll my eyes. Of probably the thousands I have heard
> over my lifetime, from fake moon landings, assassinations labeled
> suicides, etcetera, less than a dozen were accompanied by actual,
> verifiable documentation. In case after case, the supporting
> documentation was always some obscure web site, or “Somebody told me,”
> or “Everybody knows its true,” ad Infinitum. Of course, I am sure that
> in your case, you have spent months (years) using Wireshark or a tool
> of your choice to inspect every bit coming in or leaving your PC, as
> well as inspecting every line of available code, so that you could
> factually support your conclusions.
> In any case Frank, you have a right to live your life as you choose. If
> living in fear turns you on, then that is cool. Personally, I have
> always required actual proof before I choose a path to follow. However,
> I do want to warn you about the new danger of eating bananas. It has
> been confirmed by a friend of mine who saw it on the Internet, quoted
> by an unknown source, that they are implanting bananas with
> microsensors that will transmit your DNA profile back to a hidden site
> somewhere north of the equator. This data will be used to develop a
> mind-controlling drug that can be transmitted wirelessly to your
> Medulla oblongata to force mind control on you. I absolutely know this
> is true. You can trust me.
> -- 
> Carmel
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