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  1. Hi, i'm having trouble (on Arch) uploading a...

    Hi, i'm having trouble (on Arch) uploading a results file to openbenchmarking.org. When I try, it gives this error
    [PROBLEM] XML Did Not Match Schema Definition
    With no indication of what file it...
  2. Ah, sorry, yeah. Mixed them up for some...

    Ah, sorry, yeah. Mixed them up for some reason...not sure why--don't even have dmidecode installed. Still, (in my case, at least) only shows the speed it would be if my bclk was at 100:
    <snip \>...
  3. Yeah, dmidecode only gets the spd values, not the...

    Yeah, dmidecode only gets the spd values, not the xmp profiles on the ram (nevermind the actual setting, if you changed it--reduced timings for an overclock, for instance).

    My RAM's spd profile...
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    Lawyers can be just as bad, just in their own...

    Lawyers can be just as bad, just in their own way...what does this have to do with X-Video/DDX drivers? D:
  5. Xonotic: 1920x1080, effects: low... fps: min: 38,...

    Xonotic: 1920x1080, effects: low... fps: min: 38, max: 167, avg: 119.7
    Xonotic: 1920x1080, effects: high... fps: min: 2, max: 88, avg: 38.04
    Xonotic: 1920x1080, effects: max... fps: min: 2, max:...
  6. Add noauto if you don't want it to mount at...

    Add noauto if you don't want it to mount at boot...I thought that was common knowledge by now.

    Wait...do you want to use systemd-networkd, or not? I'm confused...

    1) "systemctl disable...
  7. Lennart probably has thicker skin than any of the...

    Lennart probably has thicker skin than any of the people whining on this forum, either for or against systemd. I can imagine they're the type to throw a tantrum when you're dating and you so much as...
  8. Much better app: that one for windows (can't...

    Much better app: that one for windows (can't remember the name) that let you destroy your desktop with a shotgun. D:
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    Actually, I was thinking of Rustboot...

    Actually, I was thinking of Rustboot (which has since been used by various people for various things), and I specifically said you wouldn't want to run an OS on it (at least in it's current state).
    ...
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    A kernel in rust has already been done,...

    A kernel in rust has already been done, iirc...not one that you'd want to build an OS around, mind. A full-blown, feature-full kernel (a la Linux, etc.) in rust has not been done.

    If only rust...
  11. One would hope that they would put more or less...

    One would hope that they would put more or less equal priority on hardware and drivers--of course the hardware comes first, but it should have less priority once released, and it would be a good idea...
  12. libinput - a common input stack for Wayland...

    libinput - a common input stack for Wayland compositors and X.Org drivers -- Peter Hutterer

    If you have questions, read the comments first--there are already some good ones in there, and some good...
  13. Yeah, it's blowing down toward the GPU. That...

    Yeah, it's blowing down toward the GPU. That setup seems weird to me (I'd normally have it blowing out the back of the case), but it would make more sense if he has fans blowing in from the top, and...
  14. Not sure if it's on purpose, but I think you are...

    Not sure if it's on purpose, but I think you are mixing two separate issues (app telling comp "minimize me", and comp telling app "you're minimized").

    In one case, the app already knows that it...
  15. I don't see how systemd gets in the way of you...

    I don't see how systemd gets in the way of you doing that yourself. Make a script/program which attempts to connect to your server and returns 0 on success or 1 on failure. Use cron or systemd timers...
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    I do that a lot, myself (open a few tabs with...

    I do that a lot, myself (open a few tabs with middle-click, view later), but hundreds does seem like a lot. I'd have a hard time finding anything in that mess of tabs (although normally I just go...
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    Well, they could be, if they're promoting...

    Well, they could be, if they're promoting something, like "Booking.com" or the garage sale that's going to happen two weeks from now at that house down the road, or the local little-league game. ;)
    ...
  18. They also use Apache, sshd, and various other...

    They also use Apache, sshd, and various other standard tools (bash, for instance), and most of those, arguably, have a larger attack surface. Not every server out there is running the same version of...
  19. But is that really such a big deal? If that bug...

    But is that really such a big deal? If that bug is patched, the whole Linux world is saved! On a more serious note: you probably aren't using multiple distributions, on various computers,...
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    CMOS is just the type of memory that...

    CMOS is just the type of memory that (traditionally) the bios settings (and bios itself?) are stored in. coreboot is just intended to replace the system firmware, which has traditionally been the...
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