On a multi-monitor Linux system, is there some trick to make the framebuffer console use only one display? By default, it displays the same content on all displays, limiting to the size to that of the smallest one (in my case the TV across the room). I'd rather have it use the full resolution of one of the desktop monitors.
Also, on an EFI system, is there some blasted way to get console output before the GPU driver is loaded?
Suggestion for the compiler devs out there: add a "#pragma FIXME [date]" directive that prints a reminder if the specified date has been reached.
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I finally put my new computer through its paces with an OE build. In just under 30 minutes, it completed a build that takes 90 minutes on the old one. Acceptable.
"Coronavirus: Deaths in England and Wales over one week fall below five-year average for first time since March"
Is there some way in #python to obtain the actual class object corresponding to a super() result rather than the magic wrapper? I can't find anything better than manually searching the __mro__ list.
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