I'm a bit puzzled by ASP.NET Razor. This looks a lot like the really bad old PHP times. Am I missing something?
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I wasn't sure about how to sort it out, I just did the recompilation manually to narrow-down the issue. But the recompilation succeeded, and afterwards xmonad started working. Still not completely sure what the root cause was, but it seems to be working now
... /.xmonad/xmonad-x86_64-linux: error while loading shared libraries: libHSxmonad-contrib-0.15-5nmUdwEZPvs1sNRJsezwdf-ghc8.6.2.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
XMonad skipping recompile because it is not forced (e.g. via --recompile), and neither xmonad.hs nor any *.hs / *.lhs / *.hsc files in lib/ have been changed.
XMonad will use ghc to recompile, because "... .xmonad/build" does not exist.
XMonad is recompiling and replacing itself another XMonad process because the current process is called "xmonad" but the compiled configuration should be called "xmonad-x86_64-linux"
So I did more digging into the Xmonad issue, turns out `xmonad` was terminating with an interesting error (truncated):
Why is it taking so long? Anyone know the details of how duplicity does the deduplication check? Maybe I'm missing a processor feature? This should be 99% local, but CPU, IO, and network are all close to idle. - 2/2
Moved my data to my new fileserver, built from scrap parts and old hard drives. Rehomed #duplicity to the machine, and the first backup is taking DAYS. Not uploading, mind you. Just reading all the files to decide that only owner and file path changed, so they don't NEED to be re-uploaded - 1/2
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