Re: Lame webpage
> Why do people not package everything to
> download a package to compile? You have
> to download each and every file. Wake
> up. Rewrite your page, put a tar.gz on
> it, and try again.
i agree that would be nice, but then you're not exactly paying for this now are you, are you so ungracious with all the things you are given, im not in any way associated with his project but as someone that has run an opensource and free software project of some size i know its annoying to hear comments like the one you just made...just try to remember that they dont owe you anything and are doing you a favor when they make a project free...he could have just not made it available at all...
Re: 2.4.13 memory leaks
it is entirely possible that the leaks are specific to 2.4.13 or to my kernel config...but just the same there shouldnt be a leak at all, just felt like warning anyone with similar setups as mine...
(i only installed the 2.4.13 kernel at the time because it was the only 2.4 kernel patch i could find for ext3, and i need 2.4 for a number of reasons)
> % havnt had the time to track down
> % exact part of the code, but (at
> least on
> % my configuration) there is a huge
> % leak, it takes about 8k per
> % second...same config minus the patch
> % no leak, im fairly sure this is a
> % problem with this patch...
> % if you're using this patch just
> % out...ill see if i cant track down
> % bug when i get some time....
> at the time of this posting 2.4.16 is
> the current
> kernel and ext3 is in the kernel src
> now without
> a patch. I haven't heard of massive
> mem leaks with the -current. I know
> people have their various reasons for
> running old kernels but 2.4.13
> wouldn't seem like a popular choice
> even so.