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Using shared memory through tmpfs and NUMA on x86_64/Linux

Here's what I'd like to do: put a file on tmpfs but ensure that all of it (all pages of it) ends up on the same NUMA node. First, I thought this would be trivial: I'd just mmap() a tmpfs file with ...
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Problems when using the framebuffer device directly

I am writing a program using the framebuffer device directly and I have three problems there. 1) The only way I can set the screen resolution correct is by passing the kernel option during boot: ...