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  1. Yeah, that's most likely what happened. I...

    Yeah, that's most likely what happened.

    I suggest you take your complaints to the appropriate venue though, as it is getting really annoying to read about your pedals all the time in tese...
  2. Wolud be nice, but no, you can't.

    Wolud be nice, but no, you can't.
  3. See:...

    See: https://dvdhrm.wordpress.com/2014/06/10/memfd_create2/



    Correct. As all of kdbus will be isolated in a kernel module, and there is not even plans of a dbus parser in the kernel yet, there...
  4. You want to look up "memfd". They are used when...

    You want to look up "memfd". They are used when the data being transfered is bigger than a certain size (otherwise doing a copy is faster).



    They are used for different things. kdbus is...
  5. kdbus also does "mmaped" IPC, but without the...

    kdbus also does "mmaped" IPC, but without the limitations (multithreading is ok) and security problems (sealing) of netlink.

    The firmware was never sent over netlink (only the request was), and it...
  6. A quick look at the NEWS files from around that...

    A quick look at the NEWS files from around that time, my guess would be that http://cgit.freedesktop.org/systemd/systemd/tree/hwdb is the culprit (which just shows how worthless counting the number...
  7. Those API's are already stable and exposed for a...

    Those API's are already stable and exposed for a long time as far as I can remember. But don't take my word for it, check the API stability promise (which, if you were serious about wanting to work...
  8. Correct. Nope, I'm the same one.

    Correct.



    Nope, I'm the same one.
  9. We expose, or plan to expose, a lot of libraries....

    We expose, or plan to expose, a lot of libraries. Not all will necessarily be exposed by default anytime soon, but at least we are preparing for doing so, and it is only a matter of flipping a switch...
  10. The latter. dbus is a bit different though, it...

    The latter.

    dbus is a bit different though, it is basically in three parts: what used to be the dbus daemon becomes the kdbus.ko kernel module; what used to be libdbus becomes the sd-bus library...
  11. Yeah, the count seems off. With sloccount I get:...

    Yeah, the count seems off. With sloccount I get:



    C: 190958 (92.66%)
    sh: 12586 (6.11%)
    perl: 1751 (0.85%)
    python: 792 (0.38%)
  12. DHCP6 is coming very soon. The best way to...

    DHCP6 is coming very soon. The best way to influence the priorities is through patches...
  13. "Everyone" who does a serious networking daemon...

    "Everyone" who does a serious networking daemon needs to 'reinvent' a DHCP server (as outlined above, there are usecases even if you just use it in a limited setting). But 'reinvent' is a pretty...
  14. Lol, that's a nice anlogy. /me steals it for...

    Lol, that's a nice anlogy. /me steals it for future use :)
  15. There are three (optional) timeouts we skip: 1)...

    There are three (optional) timeouts we skip: 1) waiting for 1-10 secs between the client starts and we start sending out packet. 2) The server pinging the network to check if there are collisions. 3)...
  16. In both cases, PID1 forks off the main daemon....

    In both cases, PID1 forks off the main daemon. NetworkManager will then fork again off a DHCP client daemon, whereas networkd will not. Neither will be able to take down PID1. A nullptr-deref in...
  17. I understand the confusion, a bit of context is...

    I understand the confusion, a bit of context is required to make sense of this :) You almost certainly already have a DHCP client as part of your boot process. It is probably being forked off as a...
  18. networkd does not support setting up wireless...

    networkd does not support setting up wireless connections (or anything else on layer 2 for that mater (bluetooth etc)). However, if you manually configure wpa_supplicant (or bluez, if you are using...
  19. I am, but I have nothing to do with netctl, so...

    I am, but I have nothing to do with netctl, so can't comment on that I'm afraid.

    -t
  20. This is pretty missleading

    Hi Michael,

    This article is pretty misleading in a few ways. If you drop me an email next time I'd be happy to help you out to make sure you at least get the facts straight (I assume there is no...
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