<davexunit>my boss showed me this Docker "base image" put together by a company called Phusion, and they wrote their own minimal init system in bash! I think it would be cool to replace it with dmd instead.
*amz3 can't run #PRISOM even with proprietary drivers :(
<amz3>other argue that PPSP live stream and merkel tree jazz is the way to go...
<amz3>for instance with BEP 44, one can update the content torrent file after the initial announcement, the leechers will receive the new entry (without pooling) for the same "key" in the DHT, no need to download all the things again
<amz3>I mean download another torrent with the new entry
<amz3>simply said: BEP 44 adds a concept of revision to a key's value (and it's signed)
<davexunit>civodul: in order to properly use cgroups within a container, I need to launch dmd, force it to wait to read a pipe, add it's pid to the cgroups, then write to the pipe such that dmd knows it can continue. I don't suppose there's any easy way to make this happen currently, is there?
<civodul>but so, to summarize, you're saying both solutions suck, did i get it right? :-)
<paroneayea>we don't know where users might supply packages from, how about we include all available packages as input to a command-not-found package, build from all packages, and then install that back into the user's profile after removing all the packages again :)