@scottalanmiller A wild Kyle has been pretty bad off here lately and just now trying to swing things back around. I am so sick of doctors in what I can only describe as professional malpractice at the highest.
:( I hear ya. Sorry that it has been so bad. We are all pulling for you.
@nadnerB Wow, just your highlights here read like a long nightmare. Only government would assume they could pressure another company into doing something it doesn't want to do. Then 'cloudify' the software, as if that's any different than virtualizing it! :laughing:
And as if that's any different than not virtualization it. It's really just gibberish.
@nagendra I sent a chunk of mBTC to someone I met at a bar a couple of years back. The topic of BTC had come up so I was trying to explain it to him and a few others. He went and set up a wallet so I decided to demonstrate with a small amount. Sure hope he kept access to that wallet!
If your excuse is that your software only supports Windows XP, then it's time to find a new vendor that supports OSs from the present decade.
Easier said than done. I know... but rather that than people dieing.
The organization I work for has some proprietary (PROM or EPROM i think) programming software (forget exactly what it is) that requires a specific processor (due to the timing/frequency of the CPU crystal) that can't run anything greater than 98.. but that computer is off the network. There are ways...
I mean I know it all sucks and it would be awesome if all the right people got all the right info and took all the right actions. but they don't and won't. So we need to push everyone that we can to do what they can. It's just what we have to work with.