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dumbbell / privacy-fr_FR.md
Created May 2, 2020
Braindump : Règles de confidentialité
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Règles de confidentialité

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dumbbell / 0000-template.md
Last active Nov 13, 2019
RabbitMQ RFC process
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Summary

One paragraph explanation of the feature.

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dumbbell / rabbitmq-server_startup.md
Last active May 15, 2019
What rabbitmq-server(8) does
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rabbitmq-server(8) replacement

Goal

The first goal is to be able to start the Erlang node directly with a minimal list of erl(1) arguments. Currently RabbitMQ does not go by the Erlang System Principles so we would still need to use the default does-nothing boot script, plus flags to run rabbit:boot().

The ultimate goal would be to create a proper Erlang release so we

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dumbbell / etc-apt-preferences.d-erlang
Created Nov 7, 2017
Erlang version pinning (/etc/apt/preferences.d/erlang)
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Package: erlang*
Pin: version 1:20.1-1
Pin-Priority: 1000
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dumbbell / bootstrapping-rust-freebsd-aarch64.md
Last active Dec 27, 2020
Bootstrapping Rust and Cargo on FreeBSD/aarch64
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Bootstrapping Rust and Cargo on FreeBSD/aarch64

At the time of this writing, Rust and Cargo are available on FreeBSD/amd64 and FreeBSD/i386 only, whether it is from rustup or from the FreeBSD ports tree. Here is how I could bootstrap Rust and Cargo for FreeBSD/aarch64 from FreeBSD/amd64.

Base system for the target

To be able to cross-compile anything, you need a userland for the target.

From a release