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    Re: Easy Ubuntu Clustering

    Its not just a question of building, its how the kernel is built (i.e. using the Debian / Ubuntu patching and build system). The current Kerrighed 2.6.20 kernel (the way its patched and built) would...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: How to find all packes using a shared lib?

    I also need to say, this forum is the best :) I've been using Ubuntu since its first release .. when my day job is not so taxing I hope to answer more questions than I ask.
  3. [ubuntu] Re: How to find all packes using a shared lib?

    That worked!! Thank you scragar :) I really needed to see what I (might) break when testing in production.
  4. [ubuntu] Re: How to find all packes using a shared lib?

    ldd gives me great info if I want to build a chroot. In fact, it also helps determine programs that were compiled with bloated shared dependencies.

    Unfortunately, it doesn't tell me every...
  5. [ubuntu] How to find all packes using a shared lib?

    Hello,

    I am about to make some changes to libreadline and libedit (aka libeditline), I need to try to find all installed packages that are dynamically linked against either library.

    Is there...
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    Thinking about inotify

    I've been planning a backup solution based on a few kinds of versioning/copy on write file systems such as ext3cow. The idea is to intelligently back up things in a gradient fashion from any kind of...
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    Source for 2.6.24-12-xen?

    Hello to all. I'm using Hardy with 2.6.24-12-xen, I want to obtain the kernel source to take out some bloat that I'm not using.

    I got the source package for linux-image-2.6.24-12-xen , however...
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    Re: getpwuid() alternate?

    Your correct, it does not leak more than once and can be suppressed. The leak itself is small compared to what is actually allocated, which of course depends on the # of entries in /etc/passwd.

    I...
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    getpwuid() alternate?

    Hello to all,

    I'm acquiring memory leaks (and a bit of noise from valgrind) any time I use getpwuid(), (re-entrant or non re-entrant version, the re-entrant version is a bit noisier).

    To see...
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    Re: Determining euid/egid within a program

    Nevermind, my own typo was driving me nuts. geteuid() is now returning what I was expecting it to return.
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    Determining euid/egid within a program

    Hello to all,

    In GNU C, what is the safest and simplest way to determine if the egid/euid of a program is different from the user running it?

    I've already obtained the uid/gid/euid/egid of the...
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