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- May 17 2014, 3:06 AM (417 w, 2 d)
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This is incorrect. The fill function is expected to finish the buffer. See for instance procfs_doosrel() in sys/fs/procfs/procfs_orsel.c.
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Oct 24 2021
I think you got it backward. I think it was always meant to be the frequency, hence the name of the constant, but whoever first implemented it got the math wrong and didn't realize, either because they had a tin ear or because they attributed the unpleasantness to the poor quality of PC speakers. And regardless, I agree that 1491 Hz is grating, and that alone is reason enough to change it if we want to.
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Oct 19 2021
It is categorically untrue that my article did not have a license. Unfortunately, it appears to have been removed in the conversion to adoc. I will ask the responsible parties to restore it.
Oct 18 2021
Oct 17 2021
While a man page for PAM in general would be useful, and I have previously said that this article would be a good starting point, a) it should be in section 7, not 8, b) the text needs significant work because man pages and articles are different mediums with different audiences, c) you still don't get to change the copyright statement. It says so right there in the license.
- If we're adding this, and I'm not sure we should, it should be in section 7, not section 8.
- Most of the article simply repeats, in different words, the contents of other man pages.
- You don't get to claim the copyright for my text.
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Apr 18 2021
This is a bad idea. The rename check is absolutely essential to flopen(3). If you don't need the rename check, then by all means, just call open(2) or openat(2) directly, but leave this code alone. The comment at the top is there for a reason.