[PATCH] do not call _dbus_warn_check_failed on checks
kacperw at online.no
Thu Nov 16 01:02:08 PST 2006
On 11/15/06, Daniel Stone <daniel at fooishbar.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 15, 2006 at 09:18:55PM +0100, uwesmail2005-lkml at yahoo.de wrote:
> > A real programmer knows that SIGABRT core dumps, and when
> > the core limit isn't 0 (which it shouldn't be for daemons in my
> > opinion)
> > such a core can be loaded into gdb and even tried to continue and the
> > programmer can see all the mess that would result from such an attempt.
> Your mail didn't make much sense, but this part caught my eye. The X
> server is suid root for one, and secondly, if it comes down uncleanly,
> on most all hardware, attempting to start it again will land you in IERR
Why did it not make much sense? His answers were about as to-the-point
as any of your posts, which I've been following closely. This seems
like an excuse for not being able to answer Uwe's very valid points.
Though I suppose this thread is quickly venturing into flame land, if
we're not there already :-).
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