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    It would be cool, if Owncloud was working on...

    It would be cool, if Owncloud was working on HHVM. That could help slower machines as my home server. There where several patches to Owncloud, however, it's was working the last time I checked. Does...
  2. Sure, you'd need DBUS and the process tracker....

    Sure, you'd need DBUS and the process tracker. But since dbus is now even part of the kernel, I wouldn't count that as a huge dependency.




    I'd doubt, that it's only 10 lines of C code. You'd...
  3. This was merely a suggestion, I don't have a...

    This was merely a suggestion, I don't have a testcase of what gets stuck and I didn't write the hypothetical websever, thus I don't exactly know where to put it.



    Sure, if a valid HTTP header...
  4. No, you didn't get the point. sd_notify can, if...

    No, you didn't get the point. sd_notify can, if correctly placed, inform the service manager if the service is still alive and kicking. Two lines of extra code. Correctly placed e.g. in the mainloop,...
  5. How would a hung (as in stuck) service restart...

    How would a hung (as in stuck) service restart itself? That's the idea of a service manager.


    Sure, I use signal handling in my own code.

    You can handle SIGSEGV in the service, then it won't...
  6. Systemd's watchdog has absolutely nothing to do...

    Systemd's watchdog has absolutely nothing to do with hardware watchdogs. The daemon has to update a timestamp in the main loop, which systemd checks. Thus, if the daemon is stuck in an infinite loop,...
  7. Care to elaborate? What automation? How do you...

    Care to elaborate? What automation? How do you draw your conclusion from that?


    Again, care to elaborate? I've recently converted multiple gentoo machines to systemd and that was a breeze. For...
  8. As stated multiple times : use systemd's...

    As stated multiple times : use systemd's watchdog. It can "ping" the process and thus, it knows if the process hangs or not.



    What now? Well, you don't have to enable the restart feature. But...
  9. Nope, as I mentioned: systemd has software based...

    Nope, as I mentioned: systemd has software based watchdogs. Restarts can have a multitude of reasons:
  10. You know, there is code from Microsoft in the...

    You know, there is code from Microsoft in the kernel, do you?
  11. Not, if you enable systemd's internal watchdog. ...

    Not, if you enable systemd's internal watchdog.




    Right, this is also a possible way. You can still do that, when using systemd.
  12. You could, yes. Using e.g. a GTK+ GUI. I hope...

    You could, yes. Using e.g. a GTK+ GUI.

    I hope this OSS effort will make .NET apps on Linux as fast as on Windows. Mono is currently quite slow. Then it would make F# more attractive.
  13. This sounds like a good idea! I hope GNOME and...

    This sounds like a good idea! I hope GNOME and other desktops will adopts this, as soon as the protocol is fixed.

    Only one point makes me wonder, if this is going to be network transparent?...
  14. If it's possible, then it's probably mentioned...

    If it's possible, then it's probably mentioned here:
    http://www.agner.org/optimize/optimizing_assembly.pdf
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    The comparison "Btrfs single + mdraid lvl X" vs...

    The comparison "Btrfs single + mdraid lvl X" vs "the same raid level in btrfs alone" would be interesting. Especially, since you can change the stripe size in mdraid -- in btrfs it's fixed to 64k...
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    No GNOME 3.14, instead a mixture of GNOME 3.10 &...

    No GNOME 3.14, instead a mixture of GNOME 3.10 & 3.12?
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    Any idea, why writing to RAID 1 is faster than...

    Any idea, why writing to RAID 1 is faster than writing to a single disk?
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    All of you should really read the blog article...

    All of you should really read the blog article linked in the news. It contains an interesting list of FAQ and a lot of detail on why using logind and libinput.
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    If you don't like C, why don't you use GTK--, the...

    If you don't like C, why don't you use GTK--, the official C++ wrapper for GTK? I think it's a bit nicer than Qt from API point of view.

    You can also use the C++ version of GTKGLExt, which you...
  20. The stuff, for which it does not matter is...

    The stuff, for which it does not matter is shared. It *does*, however, matter for other stuff.

    Still, I'm expecting the blob to become even less important in the next years...
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