I'm now the kind of person who can use OpenSSL to generate CA-signed ECDSA certificates with extensions by just... typing shit out off the top of my head without reference.
How did it come to this.
Why did none of you save me.
Why doesn't hostnamectl set-hostname fix up /etc/hosts
I've heard the secret to internet popularity is being super relatable, so I decided to post exclusively about extremely specific computer garbage. Apparently.
Ten internet points to the first person to guess which debug line I put in.
Five additional points if you correctly identify if there was a fucking regression or not.
No, I think it's like... actually broken.
I'm going to have to compile my own OpenSSH to put some extra debug prints in. >.<
Is ssh -w just broken in arch right now???
It's... it should be working, but it isn't
wait, simpler, integer talk
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Even if it just did the naive thing of "disk files are always readable and writable, always", my code would work, and it'd unregister the disk file from the epoll when the work was done.
But NOOO. Now I have to spawn a fucking thread. And because I have to spawn a thread I have to only use async-signal-safe functions after a fork because the memory manager might be locked up. Nice
LINUX!!! YOU HAVE BETRAYED ME FOR THE LAST TIME.
Why can't epoll poll on regular-ass files T_T
IT WOULD BE VERY HELPFUL IF I STOPPED LEARNING BETTER WAYS TO DO THINGS, THANKS
TFW you've gotten to minimum viable product phase on your third rewrite of a piece of software and you learn there's a way better way to do something you've been doing a lot of, and now you have a bunch of refactoring to do.
I wish the Rust dead_code lint had a like... snooze option.
Yes, this function I _just wrote_ isn't called anywhere yet.
Give me like... ten more compiles, then start complaining again if I haven't integrated it yet.
C was a good idea.