You have that backwards
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You have that backwards
It's not only justifiable, it will soon be a requirement. You can't build stuff on an EOL, dead product. Especially not when there are thriving OSS replacements
That's a really good point. I often buy games (humble bundles and steam sales) while I'm at work (on a Macbook Pro), and then install/play at home on Arch Linux. I want to make sure the Linux porters...
"More details can be found via the Mir Bazaar repository."
Hahaha. They need to just give up on Bazaar already.
Yet another reason to use the nvidia blob :) :)
Agree, Qt is far ahead of GTK in many ways. That's one thing Canonical is doing right, they're slowly switching out everything GTK for Qt.
It's default in RHEL 7, and will be in Ubuntu 16.04, and, I think Debian 8.
Regardless of how you feel, systemd has already won.
What benchmarks are you looking at? It doesn't smash the i3. In fact, it loses on EVERY benchmark to the i3. And that's the heatsink/fan cooled K1, not a passively cooled K1.
It does beat the Atom...
Nope, I think this is the worse of the two Tegra K-1 chips. It's a quad core A15 :(
It seems really stupid that Nvidia is calling both the A15, and their 64-bit SoC have the same name.
That's not really true. The Unity3D engine is C++, and native. Only the Engine scripting is C#/Mono
If you're on aging hardware, maybe try CentOS 6.
EL7 drops support for some older hardware, and EL6 will be supported for another 6 years.
I remember reading several articles about how a few years ago, engineers from different companies agreed to base their 2010 LTS releases on 2.6.32. Red Hat, Debian, Ubuntu etc.. Great for everyone....
It's unlikely it's on his home desktop. I've worked with filesystems far over 100TB at work.
I agree. The title made me think that too.
This sucks. I just bought the game before reading this.
I think most of us are much more interested in their Denver Tegra
It will arrive in RHEL 7.1, but it won't be in EPEL.
EPEL is only for packages that aren't in EL, not for newer versions of existing packages.
But rock solid stability. (I know I'd never use Fedora for a mission critical production server)
I agree, RHEL7 is looking really good. One of the downsides of the release getting delayed (Red Hat mentioned at their summit that they wanted this out at the end of last year), is that the software...
I'm fine with Debian taking this long. It's a really important decision. Glad they settled on systemd.