I hate it when you search the web for a solution and the first result is a forum post with your exact problem and the only reply tells the person to search the web....
@beni or a stack overflow question that's been flagged as a duplicate of another that also doesn't answer. *sigh*
@beni or the only answer is OP saying, "I figured it out." With no explanation
@sullybiker I also used Funtoo for a while. It's another nice place, but I got tired of all the fiddling, setting USE flags and compiling... For now I need the stability of Slackware.
@sullybiker Slackware stable has always been rock solid for me. Still it's extremely simple...
@sullybiker I basically stopped using it when two consecutive updates broke my system and they then decided to move to systemd. This was to much for me ;)
@beni When I first started my current job, my lead gave me a task, "I have a proof of concept of this thing working, I just need you to finish it up."
So I start working on it, and it kind of works, but there's this weird problem that seems to be related to mach exception handlers. I poke around on stack overflow to see if this is a known thing, and I find one post outlining _exactly_ my problem, with zero answers.
From several months prior.
From my lead.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko