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    Chromebooks

    I'd like to see these things end up in a Chromebook model. It would be nice actually to see any AMD processor end up in a Chromebook. I'm surprised AMD hasn't tapped that market by now.
  2. I would also be mortified if a major operating...

    I would also be mortified if a major operating system used comma-separated values for source code management.
  3. What I'd like to see in VirtualBox

    I am personally ready to give up on VirtualBox, but since VMware Player isn't licensed for commercial use, and I use a Windows 7 PC at work, I have no other choice for running Linux guests. But for...
  4. (I wasn't able to edit my previous post.) ...

    (I wasn't able to edit my previous post.)

    Thank you for making the correction in the article.
  5. ...except that it's not released. It's the RC...

    ...except that it's not released.

    It's the RC of Linux Mint Xfce and KDE editions that are available, not the final releases.
  6. Haiku uses vector graphics for its icons:...

    Haiku uses vector graphics for its icons: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiku_Vector_Icon_Format
  7. Wow, talk about a change of heart compared to the...

    Wow, talk about a change of heart compared to the 1992 Unix Systems Labs v. UC Berkeley lawsuit. Of course, none of the AT&T and Unix Systems Labs successor companies own the UNIX trademark any...
  8. Similar to Parted Magic?

    Isn't it a similar situation with Parted Magic? The author distributes the binary ISO for a fee but makes all the source code available to download to comply with the GPL. From what I understand,...
  9. It would be great if one of these package updates...

    It would be great if one of these package updates ended up being for cryptsetup. Saucy still uses 1.4.3, which doesn't support TrueCrypt containers.
  10. zpool version?

    Kudos to the FreeBSD team for all the hard work in getting this release out!

    I couldn't find any clear info about the current ZFS zpool version used in FreeBSD 9.2. Is it still at 28, or are they...
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    Unfortunately, the only download currently...

    Unfortunately, the only download currently available for the latest 2013_08_10 version is the PXE boot version. I couldn't find the ordinary bootable ISO image on SourceForge.

    FWIW, Parted Magic...
  12. Correct me if I'm wrong on this, but I wonder if...

    Correct me if I'm wrong on this, but I wonder if your root filesystem mount point in /etc/fstab is referenced via the block device directly (like /dev/sda1) instead of the filesystem UUID. If so,...
  13. This is most unfortunate, as mainlined Allwinner...

    This is most unfortunate, as mainlined Allwinner support would enjoy all the latest kernel updates and enhancements in a timely manner. I hope these issues start to get resolved in the months to...
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    No doubt about it. There are plenty of ARM-based...

    No doubt about it. There are plenty of ARM-based mini PCs around with specs higher than the Pi's, but they do cost a little bit more. I like the Hackberry and Cubieboard (both from...
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    I tried Google's Chrome repository about a week...

    I tried Google's Chrome repository about a week ago and got an error with a missing dependency that was no longer present in 13.04 (libudev0 I believe), but it looks like they fixed it. I ended up...
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    Ubuntu 13.04 repo?

    Is there an actively-maintained Ubuntu repository that includes this version of Chrome (or Chromium) for Ubuntu 13.04? It looks like ppa:a-v-shkop became suddenly abandoned, and doesn't have...
  17. I never did care for any of the Logitech Unifying...

    I never did care for any of the Logitech Unifying devices I tried out to begin with. The various keyboards and mice that I picked up would always suffer from intense signal loss, even with...
  18. I can imagine x32 being useful in an x86-64-based...

    I can imagine x32 being useful in an x86-64-based phone or tablet running a flavor of Android. I haven't seen too many Android devices equipped with more than 4GB RAM quite yet.
  19. What would be wonderful for a future Calculate...

    What would be wonderful for a future Calculate Directory Server release is to support Active Directory out of the box through samba4.
  20. On my home server, I use mhddfs to pool together...

    On my home server, I use mhddfs to pool together various disparate hard drives into one combined volume. It's based on FUSE so it's not the most efficient solution out there, but it works very well...
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