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  1. Good thing I managed to salvage a non SSE2 PPAPI...

    Good thing I managed to salvage a non SSE2 PPAPI Flash :o . It's really old, but I hope the security measures will do their work :) .
  2. Kernel config is not designed for tweaking by end...

    Kernel config is not designed for tweaking by end users. I learned this the hard way. For example, a option to probe all TUN's in the SCSI section has an effect on the usb mass-storage module.

    I...
  3. Why not adapt GTK and QT to let apps work on...

    Why not adapt GTK and QT to let apps work on other platforms?

    Good luck rewriting it all though!
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    If you don't like Anzwix then don't visit...

    If you don't like Anzwix then don't visit Phoronix.
  5. That will do, thanks! True.

    That will do, thanks!



    True.
  6. Does anyone know of a simple way to measure...

    Does anyone know of a simple way to measure memory usage when compiling a kernel?

    I have a small, no module, all-in-one kernel. LTO might be feasable since I have at least 1,5 gig of memory. Could...
  7. Xorg binary is not owned by nobody. I use sudo to...

    Xorg binary is not owned by nobody. I use sudo to start the root owned binary as nobody.



    That still is a problem if it were to run under the same user who logs in or using the method I have...
  8. Video group does not have any users. Xorg binary...

    Video group does not have any users. Xorg binary is marked sgid with group video. It runs as user nobody.

    So, unless Xorg itself is compromised no application can 'maliciously' read my passwords....
  9. It's already possible to run xorg non-root with...

    It's already possible to run xorg non-root with nouveau. Intel is a problem last time I tried (about a month ago).

    I use sgid and sudo to make xorg run as nobody:video. This does require marking...
  10. Ow, that is excellent news. Maybe it should...

    Ow, that is excellent news.

    Maybe it should make more sense to adjust the benchmark results with the clockspeed? I.e. normalize everything to the lowest clock speeds used?

    I guess there won't...
  11. Brilliant

    Brilliant
  12. This sentence frightens me: But I guess...

    This sentence frightens me:



    But I guess these *are* supported by KMS.

    You will only run into trouble if you are using UMS right now.
  13. I don't consider that a bad thing. XFCE is now...

    I don't consider that a bad thing. XFCE is now stable and well tested. Besides from keeping up with the latest librarie's, there is nothing much to do.



    LXDE is currently a lot less usable than...
  14. Then don't put sensitive information in file and...

    Then don't put sensitive information in file and directory names. Done.
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    I also have clamav on two machines with btrfs and...

    I also have clamav on two machines with btrfs and this has not hapenned yet. It only OOPS-ed during boot on a 32bit UP machine (probably a race).



    Had that too. If you retry again, the copy...
  16. That was my initial thought as well. But in fact,...

    That was my initial thought as well. But in fact, LUKS is another FS to support encryption. This is odd, since BTRFS is already designed to handle the block layout on a disk. You are practically...
  17. I don't understand the fuzz about not using 3.14....

    I don't understand the fuzz about not using 3.14. LTS refreshes were introduced for this specific reason: to enable hardware that was introduced after the release. I think it's a good thing Ubuntu is...
  18. Yeah, I think it has something to do with systemD...

    Yeah, I think it has something to do with systemD not being a first class init in Gentoo.
  19. My guess would be that the seperate udev for...

    My guess would be that the seperate udev for openrc is using different rulesets than the systemd installation. But that would be a guess, I'm not sure.

    It's odd though, you can configure this with...
  20. +1 SystemD is not a first class init in...

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    SystemD is not a first class init in Gentoo.



    I have 13-dm-disk.rules in udev's rules.d which does something like this:
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