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systemd –user, a first look

Version The information in this post was tested on Fedora 22 which reports $ systemctl –version systemd 219 Two Modes systemd runs in both system mode and user mode.  In a corporate environment this is amazingly useful because it means

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Linux Swappiness

I finally got sick of linux (Ubuntu and Centos to be more precise) swapping all the time when I have 8GB and 16GB of memory in the two machines I use all the time.  So I decided that it was

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Why doesn’t debugger stop at breakpoint?

TL;DR Remember to give the -g option to the compiler. The problem Tonight I was trying to make a toy example program and wanted to examine the memory of some structures.  I do this all the time at work, but

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