Monthly Archives: September 2016

Linux Kernel 4.7 Memory Allocation Bug (mm/slub.c)

Just a heads up if you’re seeing unpalatable behavior with your Fedora 23 or Fedora 24 rig running any of the 4.7.* kernels:  It looks like Kernel 4.7 may have introduced a memory management bug.  It looks like the bug … Continue reading

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Navigating the Tianocore UEFI Shell

Just in case you end up getting dropped to the UEFI shell when attempting to start a Windows guest domain with KVM/QEMU/Tianocore, I thought I might post a little shot from Alex Williams’ extremely helpful series (to which I’ve already … Continue reading

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The Apparent Correlation Between Race and IQ

Look, there seems to be one.  Deal with it. I can’t get over the fact that these people opposed to merely observing an apparent correlation between race and IQ seem to be victims of their own inability to understand the … Continue reading

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The Crux of Modern PC Sophistry: The False Equivocation of Violence and Speech

As most people are aware, there has been a recent (within the past few years) surge on American college campuses in the creation of and request for “safe spaces” in which certain topics of discussion are verboten and dissent of … Continue reading

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A Flawed Politician vs. a Career Charlatan

You may have noticed that trump has given a little more (accidental? Maybe he just doesn’t care at all?) insight into his practices.  He’s admitted the reason that he’s not making a statement regarding an obvious falsehood which he has … Continue reading

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Compiling and Installing mod_wsgi 4.5.6 on RHEL/CentOS 6

Just a quick note in addition to the troubleshooting post I provided; When compiling mod_wsgi from source (which is Graham Dumpleton’s serious recommendation), you may choose to compile the module with a different version of Python than that which is … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting Apache httpd and mod_wsgi with Anaconda Python 3.5 on RHEL/CentOS 6

Man, I have spent many hours over the last few days figuring out why, exactly, I am having so much trouble getting mod_wsgi to do so much as present a simple test application.  The issues I have encountered have seemed … Continue reading

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