Looks like the logic inside modern Intel CPUs are too aggressive in pre-loading cache data and forget to check security boundaries... loading data from kernel (or possible other code space) into a region that malicious code could have access too:
Good starting links for learning about dithering:
Remapping channels to/from other devices (examples): (remember pacmd)
# from XR18 to OSB (inputs)
load-module module-remap-source channels=2 [...]
The fork with features (branches) and one fix (already applied upstream to original project).
* local icons (the TTF is open source, and not everybody will have internet access)
* two panels for Transitions and Panels
The upstream project maintainer will probably accept the feature pulls soon.
at commit: 858db4b01fa2b55ee55056c033054ca54ac9b0fd
(documented the morning after, but believe this is correct)
After setting up a machine and going through THREE ASUS motherboards, system is pretty much stable except for the Cool Master Neptune has fan/motor issues that I can't quite lock down.
Been working on a Fort Worden Laser Tag 2017 video and almost finished, been fun learning this commercial NLE for Linux. Interested in their fusion application but it doesn't play as well with the distro (Ubuntu) I have.