Before actually asking, just to be clear: yes, I know about disk cache, and no, it is not my case :) Sorry, for this preamble :)
I'm using CentOS 5. Every application in the system is swapping heavily, and the system is very slow. When I do free -m, here is what I got:
> Keep in mind that it's frowned upon by some Pythonistas for several reasons: > > * The order of the arguments is different from many other languages (such as C, Ruby, Java, etc.), which may lead to bugs when people unfamiliar with Python's "surprising" behaviour use it (they may reverse the order). > * Some find it "unwieldy", since it goes contrary to the normal flow of thought (thikning of the condition first and then the effects). > * Stylistic reasons.
looking at it, I'd rather if/else for the custom error handling, ultimately i could use a ternary operator, but my brain processes it better with if/else
actually, I redid this library custom for a project at work
@NathanOsman whistles nonchalantly as the script nukes 90% of the UI functions, leaving the guests with a super stripped down Firefox for them to use, which in turn goes through heavy web-filtering via the web gateway to only permit a few things
Best part: The toolchain takes care of testing, apps can be cross-compiled out-of-the-box (no need for extra compilers), no dependencies (not even libc), concurrency primitives are built into the language, and package management is built into the language.
dpkg: error processing archive /var/cache/apt/archives/libgl1-mesa-dri_11.2.0-1ubuntu2_amd64.deb (--unpack):
trying to overwrite shared '/etc/drirc', which is different from other instances of package libgl1-mesa-dri:amd64
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