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Linux kernel developer, focusing on memory management, slab.git maintainer. Works at SUSE Labs.

A já to řeknu. Toto prosím sdílejte. Závěr debaty patřil Janu Sládkovi, který mě dojal a na férovku rozbrečel. Souboj mikrofonu opravdového člověka a mobilu mentalniho impotenta, kterého slovy vypráskal jak prašivýho psa. Toto by mělo kolovat po sítích, ne videa dezolátu.Děkuji🫶

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BREAKING: Our tear-down of a popular brand of supposedly "wireless" router proves there's in fact lots of wires inside

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Incase someone needs to hear this ...

You can just scroll on by a post and simply enjoy your life.

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Danke dafür, @count !

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Computers were a mistake.

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HAMMER SMASHED FILESYSTEM 🇺🇦

hey sir @vbabka i found this
i think people in the hackerspace are using these to mark their lunchboxes or something

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Lorenzo Stoakes

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The mm community
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The current protests against prime minister of Hungary Vicktor Orbán are massive. What a wonderful view, full of hope for a better future.

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Both LLVM (Low Level Virtual Machine) and BPF (Berkeley Packet Filter) are not really accurate names anymore. The projects evolved in different, broader directions.

LLVM became a general compiler infrastructure.

BPF became a general virtual machine specification with a sandboxed, restricted environment, made for efficient low level programming (with instruction limit, small stack etc.). It's being used in environments where you want to execute these programs as fast as possible (Linux kernel, Solana).

Wait a second... doesn't that make LLVM a perfect name for BPF? Just read the previous paragraph again.

The fact that LLVM was the first compiler infrastructure supporting BPF makes it even better.

When rename?

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i think software shouldn’t have vulnerabilities, because that makes everyone’s lives more difficult

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Le Castor Anxieux 🇨🇦🇺🇦

The Slavic root "lyub" (pronounced "lube") is the equivalent of the Greek root "phil," meaning "love."

I therefore suggest we start using the terms "Putin-lube" and "Trump-lube" for US Republicans.
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bert hubert 🇺🇦🇪🇺

Regarding AI *in* Firefox, this has brought us a built-in translator that does not outsource the work to the cloud. That's amazingly good work. I'd love to see the browser do more of that kind of thing. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/features/translate/

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In commemoration of Valentine’s Day I decided to drink the blood of my vanquished foes.

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It is so I'll share a little poem:

Roses are red
Violets are red
Everything is red
Retinal haemorrhage

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Elon Musk, just another useful Putin's idiot, Elon Musk:)

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Vlastimil Babka

Wow, so it turns out running a nonprofit community network in a small town with almost no good commercial ISP coverage, with a bunch of people volunteering in their own free time, *can* after all be considered to be done for public benefit and not labeled as a private business. Even in this country, who would have thought!
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The customer of a barber should be called "barbee".

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Vlastimil Babka

If I have a parent htb class (with some set bandwidth) and a child htb class (with lower bandwidth) with a leaf fq_codel qdisc, but some packets are marked (via nft mangle) with the parent htb class id, what's the qdisc for them? There's no leaf qdisc on the parent htb class due to the child class.
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