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More specifically type, clear this whack ass console right the hell now please submitted by sixandchange [link] [comment]

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My name is Konstantin Ryabitsev. I'm part of the sysadmin team in charge of kernel.org, among other Linux Foundation collaborative projects (proof). We're actually a team of soon to be 10 people, but I'm the one on vacation right now, meaning I get to do frivolous things such as AMAs while others do real work. :) A lot of information about kernel.org can be gleaned from LWN "state of kernel.org" write-ups: https://lwn.net/Articles/572127/ https://lwn.net/Articles/609463/ Some of my related projects include: totpcgi, a libre 2-factor authentication solution used at kernel.org grokmirror, a tool to efficiently mirror large git repository collections across many geographically distributed servers howler, a tool to notify you when your users log in from geographical areas they've never logged in from before (sketchy!) I would be happy to answer any questions you may have about kernel.org, its relationship with Linux developers, etc. submitted by mricon [link] [16 comments]

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I'm working on a project for work in which we must make a viewport for rendering that matches the physical dimensions of a display device that we are simulating. This is a hard requirement and it's not going away, so we have to deal with it. We could just ask the user for their monitor's dimensions, but we'd prefer to make a system call so that the customer isn't inconvenienced by the question. I looked into the subject and found this: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/75344/how-does-x-server-calculate-dpi TLDR: Linux, like Windows, assumes a standard DPI of 96. This assumption doesn't always hold. As a result, our calculations so far have been falling down and spitting out bogus monitor dimensions. Is there any way to retrieve physical monitor size via a system call? Does the monitor's driver contain information on the device that can somehow be retrieved? submitted by amdreallyfast [link] [comment]

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I'd like to give Unreal 4 a shot, now that it doesn't cost anything. Anyone know how to get it going in Linux? submitted by horphop [link] [2 comments]

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