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  1. Very nice work! Xubuntu would do good to at least...

    Very nice work! Xubuntu would do good to at least set the theme, font and terminal configurations like you have, to make a more uniform branding for the *buntus
  2. Show me a non high-end phone with higher than...

    Show me a non high-end phone with higher than full hd resolution. You get what you pay for.
  3. Are you trolling or just not educated? windows...

    Are you trolling or just not educated?

    windows 10 is not out. Only some early preview versions are, and not any of those run on any phone yet. Ubuntu phone is out. Ubuntu had comparable preview...
  4. Hopefully this materializes. The Linux foundation...

    Hopefully this materializes. The Linux foundation could offer bounties for every bug squashed in this release. This would be good PR and keep development busy even if nothing new is introduced.
  5. "because when i started it up before i did a...

    "because when i started it up before i did a factory reset, and it is gona take a little while. I am told the people from canonical are aware of it."

    What phone does not take long on a first boot?
  6. I'm impressed by Calamares. It is clean, fast,...

    I'm impressed by Calamares. It is clean, fast, easy to use and it just works.

    Perhaps the same team could make an unified package format next?
  7. I truly hope they do a thorough review before...

    I truly hope they do a thorough review before letting them merge it.
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    Are you using CFS? If you are you should try BFS...

    Are you using CFS? If you are you should try BFS and probably see your stuttering problems disappear.
  9. My thoughts exactly. Do they hire the cheapest...

    My thoughts exactly. Do they hire the cheapest newbies to work on their Linux driver or what? "it's open source so you can learn as you go along, or ask the community for help"

    Then came a company...
  10. Because the windows kernel has significant...

    Because the windows kernel has significant overhead compared to Linux, and this becomes evident as the fps increases. The drivers themselves are still a bit more mature on windows side, and therefore...
  11. First cost saving: scrap the catalyst and go 100%...

    First cost saving: scrap the catalyst and go 100% open source.
  12. The only thing missing from these nice...

    The only thing missing from these nice filesystems is a nice implementation. The technology exists to have operating systems that are fail proof since a working configuration can always be restored....
  13. Ubuntu phones will have 100% convergence because...

    Ubuntu phones will have 100% convergence because they will receive the unity desktop update when it is ready. These ubuntu phones will be current for as long as their hardware is functional. No more...
  14. Why do you call what windows is doing true...

    Why do you call what windows is doing true convergence? Windows NT kernel and windows RT kernel have very little in common besides the name. In Ubuntu land they use the exact same stack on PC and...
  15. I really hope the performance can be improved. It...

    I really hope the performance can be improved. It was painfully slow to launch many of the system settings items for example. It also needs some indication of the loading being in progress, perhaps...
  16. I'm embarrassed they are running such a program....

    I'm embarrassed they are running such a program. It truly is time for Wayland to take over.
  17. Your experience may be different from the...

    Your experience may be different from the majority. On my setup updating fedora is way faster than updating ubuntu due to the delta rpm support.
  18. Why does it extract to version 14.20?

    Why does it extract to version 14.20?
  19. Looking at the graph i would say something...

    Looking at the graph i would say something happened in systemd in late 2012. What new role did it take back then from being an init system to being an operating system?
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    14.04 does not even use systemd, so the problem...

    14.04 does not even use systemd, so the problem is not where you think it is.
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