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FRIGN
Recursivity can generate a segfault or a heap-stack collition,
so it is a good idea limiting it with the values proposed by
c89 standard (if your code have more of 32 parentheses nested
try to use a lisp interpreter).
lol, k0ga is the man
:D
biniar
Evil_Bob_: ZFS talk
Evil_Bob_
lol
biniar: ah cool, hope it'll be on jewtube
biniar
and he brought a bunch of books with him, but i own them all with exception to the fiction book.
books*
Evil_Bob_
i've seen his openbsd and tarsnap talk
biniar
:)
not me
:(
Evil_Bob_: this talk will not be :P
(one from yesterday)
stateless: should i order the t420
Evil_Bob_
biniar: have you tested sfeed / read the README further btw?
biniar
or something else
yeah
i generated the plain txt and html files
pretty cool
Evil_Bob_
ah :)
from the updated README or did you figure it out?
biniar
from the updated README
stateless
biniar, t420 works very well but gets very warm
;)
biniar
i mean for the price should i consider something else
?
i just ordered a Crucial MX200
Evil_Bob_
ah gud gud, im not a good writer, but nice to know
biniar: i have a crucial bx100 in my laptop (with openbsd)
(crucial m500 on desktop)
biniar
fu*k yeah bro
stateless: do you run 2x hd's?
stateless
yes
Evil_Bob_, http://imgur.com/rVMBjJM
my flat
__20h__
How's life in the ghetto?
Evil_Bob_
stateless: seriously?
stateless
Evil_Bob_, no
this is awesome: http://imgur.com/a/oQPbG
Evil_Bob_
lol "blackjesus75"
hnnng, very neat :)
lol "Cable porn meant something different when I was a kid."
stateless
haha
biniar
stateless: looks like a water slide of networking cables
datacenter porn
Evil_Bob_
brb LETS COOK
__20h__
Yes, spill some water on the cables and use it for water sliding.
Let's see if someone will show up to see what you are doing.
biniar
don't invite anyone just unplug cables and see who all shows up :D
man, why didn't
i think of this earlier
dsockwell
that big fibre optic chassis is an IDS
or DPI for nefarious purposes
http://legacy-www.ixiacom.com/products/network_test/chassis/display?skey=ch_optixia_xg12
stateless
fan module is 7.86kg
nice
biniar
http://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-ThinkPad-T420s-2-5GHz-Laptop/dp/B00PRBG7U4/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1440172580&sr=1-3&keywords=lenovo+t420+laptop
i found one that has an SSD all ready :)
http://www.amazon.com/ThinkPad-T420s-4174PPU-LED-Notebook/dp/B00685XGGQ/ref=sr_1_6?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1440172286&sr=1-6&keywords=lenovo+t420+laptop
this one says it comes with no RAM :(
oh wait t420s
n/m
http://www.daemonology.net/blog/2015-08-21-tarsnap-1000-exploit-bounty.html
atmc
debugging android apps
now debugging android itself
biniar
what are you working on atmc
with Android
if you don't mind me asking
Evil_Bob_
didnt the new (maybe old too) Lenovo's contain malware by default?
biniar
yeah with windows
they covered it on TechSNAP
Evil_Bob_
somehow its still not reassuring :P
lol the new BSDnow interview is pretty funny
he also briefly mentions Musl
FRIGN
btw, how difficult would it be to port musl to BSD?
atmc
impossibru
FRIGN
atmc: why?
it would "only" be the syscall-layer, right?
okay, I checked #musl
see their response :)
Evil_Bob_
ohshi im not in #musl
FRIGN
I'll copy it to you
privately
Evil_Bob_
sheeeeet
FRIGN: thanks
atmc
copy me
gogo
openbsd has no linux emulation layer anymore
Evil_Bob_
\o/
who cares :P
atmc
exactly
i was referring to the musl thing
k0ga
I would like to see the size of scc statically linked with musl
Evil_Bob_
its probably not very big (thats what she said)
k0ga
xD
__20h__: did you see the merge?
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