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Jan 19,  · I also got the same message every time my mac reboots. I do not know what is this but I would not dare to allow the access. The best way is to delete the You can adjust all of your Mac’s security and privacy settings in a single preference pane. Issue remoting_me2me_host: Heap-allocate a 4K buffer. (Closed) Created: 5 years, 5 months ago by Matt Giuca. Modified: 5 years, 5 months ago Reviewers: Sergey Ulanov, Wez. CC: chromium-reviews, chromoting-reviews_, cpu_(ooo_), chrome-apps-syd-reviews_ Description remoting_me2me_host: Don’t try to display UI on top of Mac login screen Trying to display the Disconnect window causes rejection from the Window Server on OS X , preventing the capturer from working. BUG= TEST=Verify Chromoting works on the system login screen.

 

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Issue remoting_me2me_host: Heap-allocate a 4K buffer. (Closed) Created: 5 years, 5 months ago by Matt Giuca. Modified: 5 years, 5 months ago Reviewers: Sergey Ulanov, Wez. CC: chromium-reviews, chromoting-reviews_, cpu_(ooo_), chrome-apps-syd-reviews_ Issue Fix remoting me2me host to properly process –host-config option. (Closed) Created: 8 years, 1 month ago by Sergey Ulanov. Modified: 8 years, 1 month ago Reviewers: Wez. CC: chromium. Thank you for helping improve this application profile! With your help, other people will be able to understand this application better. You’ll get credit for the change when it’s accepted.
 
 
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Albatron K8SLI Motherboard: Non-Disconnectable SLI and Spare BIOS

Curious information regarding the new K8SLI motherboard from Albatron Technology, based on NVIDIA nForce4 SLI logic, has appeared on the company’s Taiwanese mirror. The motherboard is unusual in that it has compact dimensions (196 mm x 292 mm), while every free square centimeter of surface is used, so in terms of capabilities it is in no way inferior to its full-size ATX brothers:

Unlike most boards supporting SLI technology, Albatron K8SLI always operates in the “8 PCI-E lanes + 8 PCI-E lanes” mode and does not allow all 16 PCI-E lanes to be fed to the main graphics slot. This is due to the fact that the design of the board in terms of SLI support is slightly different from the reference NVIDIA, which provides for switching modes using a bulky switch bar (however, there is another renegade – DFI, which uses jumper blocks for this purpose). Thus, when using only one video card with the PCI Express x16 interface in the system, it will be content with only 8 PCI-E lanes and the maximum channel bandwidth will decrease by 2 times, but in reality this will have little effect on the performance in 3D applications, however, installation problems the second graphics accelerator will already be less.

Another non-standard development of the company is the ABS (Albatron BIOS Security) technology, which helps in cases when the BIOS code is damaged in one way or another. The idea of ​​using an additional flash memory chip for recovery is not new in itself, but it is implemented in a somewhat unusual way: instead of soldering it onto the board, Albatron engineers decided to place a duplicate microcircuit on an additional mini-board, which, like a regular expansion card, can be easily replaced by.

The price of the board is not yet known, but given the lack of additional integrated controllers and some simplifications in the board design, it is unlikely to be high.

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