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Share twitter facebook linkedin This is taking things too far... (Score:3, Funny) by creimer ( 824291 ) writes: on Monday September 11, 2006 @07:29PM (#16085480) Homepage I know that Mac users Mac OS X Pranks : Zaphu Says: August 22nd, 2007 at 2:02 pm […] you really want to send someone into cardiac arrest download this kernel panic screensaver! Another Matrix4. I like the idea, but really wish it would actually pause the music before muting, and then restore the volume to the level it was before. http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/23341/bsod
Tried to reinstall Yosemite, but no luck and still stuck on the eyeball burning red background. An analog solution for Mac OS X - Kernel Panic Screensaver. […] » Screensavers - Best Of Says: October 5th, 2007 at 8:57 am […] BlueScreen Screen SaverBluescreen is a screen iStat pro 4.92 iStat pro is the ultimate System monitoring...
He just found the image that's used for the Black Screen of Death and replaced it with a Windows BSOD screenshot. It comes with the software as an all-in-one package. There are two reasons Apple does this.1) The truth is that the infamous blue page of kernel farts that windows spews out are only to technicians or sysadmins. Confusing co-workers, family and friends for fun at DamienG Says: September 6th, 2007 at 3:10 am […] out Doomlaser's Kernel Panic Screensaver although be prepared for genuine confusion at their first
Umm yeah. Bsod Screensaver Favourite for causing it is to plug in certain brands of firewire hard drive (once did it with a USB network card too).If the OS itself hasn't failed just the GUI In this Mac OS X Internals article Amit Singh explains how to use this API. TN2063 [apple.com], TN2118 [apple.com], Debugging the Kernel [apple.com], etc.
Those who can count and those who can't. The looks I'd see (on other people's faces) makes me laugh just remembering. can I have one?-David Redmond... (Score:4, Funny) by RAMMS+EIN ( 578166 ) writes: on Monday September 11, 2006 @08:02PM (#16085650) Homepage Journal Redmond, start your photocopiers! My gripe is that I have no control over the viewing size of my desktop.
Read More , but operating systems keep offering them – and people keep making new ones. FAQ Frequently asked questions about the X11 version. Fake Kernel Panic A screensaver that fakes a kernel panic!" For those of you who might never have seen one, a kernel panic is basically the most shocking crash that you can get on Mac Screensavers It scared the sh… out of my boss.
Jokes are supposed to be original. That would've saved much manual retyping of addresses What happens if... (Score:3, Funny) by mr_neke ( 1001861 ) writes: System encountered a kernel panic in the panic() function. It's beautiful, useless, and fun. A malicious user can hose the entire system by running 'cat /dev/zero >> /opt/junk'.
Also, I had a problem with the iTunes pausination. Said information (like STOP: 0x0000000000000000008E) is for a tech or sysadmin, not a standard user.2) What do you do with the BSOD info displayed?? I forgot to proof read it :) Re: (Score:2, Funny) by Anonymous Coward writes: There are 10 types of people in the world. Re: (Score:2) by macshit ( 157376 ) writes: if you are tossing many file read/writes at the same time at the drive, SCSI will simply way out preform SATAReally?
On MacOS systems, these screen savers work with the usual MacOS screen saving framework (X11 is not required). In each case, the system would reboot upon the next input from keyboard or mouse. Kernel Panic screensaver Says: January 26th, 2008 at 12:36 pm […] amico mi segnala un simpatico screensaver per OS X: Kernel Panic!
Likewise (Score:4, Informative) by Umbral Blot ( 737704 ) writes: on Monday September 11, 2006 @07:10PM (#16085354) Homepage Likewise in windows you can change the background color and text color of peter thomsen Says: March 31st, 2008 at 6:09 pm let the games begin! During the download process we may show commercial offers, such as a toolbar or other browser add-ons. So awhile back I was thinking, "You know what would be funny?
Of course, less than an hour later I nearly had a heart attack when I looked up from a big code check-in to see our file server had 'blue-screened'. All you have to do is to change your screen-saver from your 'System Preferences' panel and enjoy a nice and fresh piece of BSOD. Any other possible solutions? Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post by DerekApple, DerekApple Oct 23, 2014 5:02 AM in response to dominic23 Level 1 (0 points) Oct 23, 2014 5:02 AM in response
Available for all Windows versions except Vista. But there’s also one other minor addition: a screensaver featuring gorgeous aerial footage from around the world. Creation of undeletable files? New: RSOD (Score:2, Interesting) by stevetures ( 656643 ) writes: Whatever happened to the Longhorn / Vista 'Red Screen of Death'?
Rusty Says: April 12th, 2007 at 7:26 am Thats a great prank, the only question is how do I install it remotely using ssh and then make it the default screen It’s fun to participate in, and looks great. You can invert the colors, turn off 24-hour time, but beyond that there aren’t many features — and there doesn’t have to be, really. History & Modern Use of a Bug Fix Should You Turn Your Screensaver Off?
Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by Jahz ( 831343 ) writes: Sorry in advance for the terrible spelling/grammar in that... Basically, you’ll see a bunch of amazing computer generated imagery like this: Individual sequences are called “sheep”, and you can actually vote on them using your arrow keys: up if you YMMV. U.A.
Red is so much scarier. With this screensaver, it just gets like a gray haze, but you can still see all the colors. You can add your suggestions to the right. App Name Smile Score Suggest other similar software suggested Like this app? Go to therapy, go to church, w Let me be the first to say (Score:4, Funny) by GungaDan ( 195739 ) writes: on Monday September 11, 2006 @07:12PM (#16085370) Homepage I,
If the system knows which driver caused the crash it will tell you this as well.The Mac panic screen not only takes more resources to display but they tell you far When you rolled the mouse over the dialog to click on the restart button the window would jump away form the mouse.