slackware, gentoo, crux
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slackware, gentoo, crux
you know you can change the VT resolution to anything you like ?
just because you have a.. idk 4k monitor does not mean you have to run a console at 4k
@log0 and ra trip
...linus was not just...
so it's like shm_open but with using a fd instead of a name ?
i thought it would allow changing permissions on the fly; guess i have to read better next time
and yet i am to see a fact from you
open your eyes; and look within
he is one of the most active asmers :)
Linus has every right to reject any patch
hes choice is to let patches in and that does not mean much of anything really
to explain a detail, if any one misunderstood
movq $load_balance_mask, -136(%rbp) #, %sfp
movq -136(%rbp), %rax # %sfp, tcp_ptr__
first one puts an intermediate value onto the stack...
as others have pointed out something they read on teh internets
it depends on the engine
on the main loop to be more precise
drawing takes a finite amount of time
time that can be "predicted"...
you, sir, are a waste of time
where did you see that 30% ?
biggest is ~24% on the compile bench
on the other hand the lowest was less then half %
basically virtualization is a container, but a full one
title is kinda hard to parse
capital steam, for me
if you understand what that what you quoted means, then fine
if you do not understand then you are the one just trolling
either way xorg 1.16 comes with a many improvements and the only thing you...
on second thought, it's not that much money when talking about actual research
give some of that facebook money to the guy that made libjpeg-turbo
any case i doubt a buffered protocol would help you much since the kernel would have to validate every instruction in order
it would help that you could do something else, but you can do that by...
thx, will check later
i just use /dev/shm/ for now, would be great if shm_open() would take paths and make dir's dynamically
good dbus won't be used for in kernel stuff :)
you can put the...
memfd looks good
from what i see it's shm fd with toggleable owner, will check more when i get time
so kdbus won't be used to tell the kernel anything ?
its just for userspace coordination ?
about the firmware loading, now that you say it makes sense
shm kdbus doesn't thou, guess that is an extension
... still doesn't, guess i'l have to go back to reading the protocol (unless it...
"only the one that grows up and stays a child, is a man"
(either Erich Kästner or Tin Ujević, don't know)
anyway, you are pardoned
@Arch; at least it keeps Phoronix going
funny, i seen no one not related to systemd or ios to use it (embedded windows?, says google)
you realize that that patch is to make udev report to systemd using systemd's API ?