I'm making an http-server in #Rust from scratch so I could have my own ip detection service (like Dyndns's checkip). Why should I invent a wheel? Because I can.
The current "naive" implementation makes a response in 2ms, which is pretty good, I think. No router, a middleware pipeline and other bells and whistles yet
But why? Why didn't they used songs in Irish?
Reported. All I can do now is waiting. At least I don't have any ideas other than building a minimal kernel
One more attempt to fix my old laptop's backlight. I found a nice article about debugging backlight in #Ubuntu wiki. Trying options from it and writing a bug report. Also I've found out that acpi_osi=Linux partially fixes the issue (brightness is fixed on load but isn't saved on shutdown)
This is weird. GhostBSD failed too. And what am I supposed to do? At least this means they have a common 3rd party driver or the one that is broken the same way.
It's 3:30 am and my condition is close to a raging potato.
12.04.3 is broken. It uses 3.8.* branch of kernel, the same as 13.04. Something happened between 3.5 and 3.8. The problem is official kernels of these versions mysteriously disappeared from the wild and there no ubuntu distros with them. But I see the links to mainline ppa everywhere.
I feel like an idiot. Wrong version, wrong config, wrong diff. Everything is wrong. Need more 12.04 tests
Blacklisting these modules didn't do much. I've even had an idea that it might be acer_wmi, but it's not. It couldn't be otg, could it? And happiness was so damn close...
I was wrong. 12.04.1 works fine. Moreover 12.04.2 is fine too. And it uses the same kernel version as 13.04 (3.5.0-17 vs 3.5.0-23). Diff shows not so many changes:
* usb otg unset
* amd_iommu_v2 added as module (virtualization)
* drm_i915_hsw added as module (intel graphics driver)
It's time to build the kernel, I guess
12.10 works fine
I think I've found the exact bugfix that broke my backlight. And if I'm right 12.04.1 won't work. But first, testing 12.10. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/961880
13.04 is broken too. Only one version to go
13.10 doesn't work either. I wish there was a different way, other than a damn brutforce
14.04.0 doesn't work. At least I don't have to check every version up to 16.04. Anyway, I always have FreeBSD as an alternative
Stupid but curious
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