wongck wrote:Hate it. Hate it.
When someone masquerade as someone else to get what they wanted.
Unfortunately always happening everywhere on the Net.
Especially when an account is so easily obtainable.
Even more difficult accounts needing SIM card it happens, I seen people who uses spare/dummy SIM cards to get 1st ride benefits on Uber and Lyft.
AtariZoll wrote:Look that CPU comparison thread. It is now thread: what PC could not, and how Falcon is superior. Despite it was clearly said that CPU and computer is not same. Chain is always weak as it's weakest part. So is with computers. If OS is slow, it will work slow regardless from how fast CPU is.
Atarieterno wrote: but I suppose that the administrator will have access to the IPs, e-mail and other data of each registered user: it should not be very difficult to detect a user with several names.
calimero wrote:Except if they use Tor
AtariZoll wrote:Please don't be ridiculous. We are not Hemingways.
Atarieterno wrote:calimero wrote:Except if they use Tor
I do not see logic between the effort of using proxy or simulating multiple users and the achievement that can be obtained.
Atarieterno wrote:Maybe it's the difficulty of the language, but ...
Who is interacting with multiple accounts ?, the Amiga user? The Spaniard who speaks good English or who speaks badly? (XD).
Atarieterno wrote: ... and now I'm going to put a SCSI adapter in my Mega STe: I guess it's just plug and play but if there is anything else I appreciate any information.
AtariZoll wrote:Try with search for start. There is plenty of it already discussed.
Just 2 things: drive must support parity off mode. Max 1GB can be accessed with original adapter. Good termination may be necessary. Ops ... it was 3, sorry
AtariZoll wrote:Good termination may be necessary.
joska wrote:AtariZoll wrote:Good termination may be necessary.
When I replaced my Mega STE's original 48Mb Seagate drive with a Quantum LPS 105 it would not work at all. Strange, because it worked perfectly via my ICD Link which also did not support parity. I called Atari Norway (yes, there was such a thing back then) and talked to their tech guy, and he told me to not terminate the SCSI drive. In fact, it could cause damage to the SCSI adapter he said. So I removed the terminating resistor packs from the drive and sure it worked
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