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Hi! I'm Dima, a thinker, tinkerer and developer of free and open-source software. I enjoy solving complex problems and my most popular works are probably loksh, nss-tls and papaw. In some circles, I'm famous for debugging any kind of problem (even segfaults) quickly using strace, and my ability to draw far-reaching conclusions from its output.

These days, I'm working on a Wayland port of Puppy Linux, a Gemini client, and a master's degree in culture studies.


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  6. 1
    #!/bin/sh -xe
    # install 32-bit libraries
    sudo apt update || :
    sudo apt install -y --no-install-recommends libc6-armhf-cross libstdc++6-armhf-cross libgcc1-armhf-cross

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October 2022

Created 1 commit in 1 repository

Created a pull request in puppylinux-woof-CE/woof-CE that received 4 comments

Revert "rc.sysinit: add code from fatdog's rc.platform"

Alternative to #3443. 66b42e6 doesn't work because of that -q, and fixing 4+ years later can be more dangerous than removing this broken code that …

+0 −77 4 comments
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 1 repository
Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
1 contribution in private repositories Oct 2

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