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      Fun fact: Under QNX 6, pidin is the preferred way of getting a process listing, not ps. ps is a port that ships mostly under the philosophy of “well people expect it to be there”, which maybe explains why a bug like that could have gone unnoticed for so long. Incidentally, the process-listing command is different under every major version of QNX, and they have a long history of terrible easter eggs.

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        Haha, when you said “terrible easter eggs” I was expecting annoying bugs or weird incompatibilities. That’s cute!

        For a while I was considering making a task manager called “tasukete” because it means “help!” and has ‘task’ as a subsequence. If you typed “tasukete eirin” I was gonna have it open up this video or something.

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      Fuck RIM. Let’s hope that after their long-overdue demise QNX is open-sourced again.

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        QNX is open-sourced again.

        QNX was never open source (as in licensed under a license that follows the typical OSI definition of open source):

        Access to QNX source code is free, but commercial deployments of QNX Neutrino runtime components still require royalties, and commercial developers will continue to pay for QNX Momentics® development seats.

        Source: http://www.qnx.com/news/pr_2471_1.html

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          Yeah but it was far more open than it is now. I ran it myself a couple times and could tinker around and explore the system. Not true anymore.

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      Does your blog have an RSS feed? Quite the fun read!

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        Thanks! Unfortunately, it does not. It’s just a pile of simple PHP I wrote some time ago. I should implement it, I got that question a few times already.

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        Also the “statistics” at the bottom, and the theme switcher! ❤️

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      .container’s background-image attributes lower readability. I have to hide them.