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  1. Thanks Michael

    I want just to say "THANK YOU MICHAEL!" for comparting Debian vs Ubuntu/anything.

    For being ontopic, I think that I must say:

    Debian > All
    KDE > Gnome
    nano > vi/emacs
    GPL > BSD
    Wayland >...
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    Yes, the first one is enought. It have the most...

    Yes, the first one is enought. It have the most tipical software. The two others have more software, but it can be downloaded by internet when (and if) you install it.
  3. Debian testing? Yeah!

    Michael, thank you for including Debian testing in your test, I use it since about 2000 year (just simply updating, never reinstalling), except for one year that I tried Kubuntu and afterwards go...
  4. True, but it is spanish too, which, as French...

    True, but it is spanish too, which, as French came of Latin. But, in english, "free" is more used, which (that word, not english) come from Indoeuropean language.
  5. Sure. I'll love it. My servers will love to have...

    Sure. I'll love it. My servers will love to have a 100,00 % uptime :)
  6. "Privativo" (ending with "o") is the spanish...

    "Privativo" (ending with "o") is the spanish translation for "propietary" in the context of free software. Somewhere "propietary" is bad translated in this context as "propietario", wich means...
  7. Well, it will be better than a new Windows called...

    Well, it will be better than a new Windows called stable by NanoSoft or MicroSilky or... whatever.
  8. Yes I know, and I love it :) But my Soul is with...

    Yes I know, and I love it :) But my Soul is with neo900.org project too :)
  9. There was something called Nokia (I liked it),...

    There was something called Nokia (I liked it), that was killed by Microsoft. Now I suppose it's buried in BSODs.
  10. Congratulations Michael!!!. Thank you for your...

    Congratulations Michael!!!. Thank you for your hard work. I hope to see the 20.000th
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    Great! Congratulations Marek, and thank you AMD!...

    Great! Congratulations Marek, and thank you AMD! I am dreaming with a future open-source radeon driver which matches privative perfomance.
  12. Debian stable could be old. Stable is recommended...

    Debian stable could be old. Stable is recommended for servers, but for desktop the recommended is Testing. I think on Debian testing or even unstable.
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    +1 For a reasonable comparison, Debian testing...

    +1

    For a reasonable comparison, Debian testing could be used, wich is the recommended for desktop/non-critical use.

    Debian loves you, why don't love Debian Michael? XD :)
  14. If you only play digital sound sources (AC3, DTS)...

    If you only play digital sound sources (AC3, DTS) that's true because you use "passtrought" to send the sound to speakers, and then the Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) of the speakers will tell the...
  15. So all USB professional sound cards don't do...

    So all USB professional sound cards don't do hardware mixing? Never heared that, and searching "usb audio class" (whitout quotes) in google the first result I get is a pdf(1) about 1.0 specification....
  16. I have installed pulseaudio and now works fine...

    I have installed pulseaudio and now works fine with my M-Audio 2496 (semi)professional sound card. Some day I will configure Jack to work with Pulseaudio, what maybe now it's easy because there is a...
  17. Well, just read in wikipedia and with static wear...

    Well, just read in wikipedia and with static wear leveling free or used space is not a problem: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wear_leveling#Types
  18. And what about partitions? I suposse it just work...

    And what about partitions? I suposse it just work inside every partition asigned sectors. So would be better to make bigger than needed partitions and don't make swap ones in SSDs.
  19. Great answer allquixotic. I will give a try again...

    Great answer allquixotic. I will give a try again to PA in my Debian testing. In the past, it was buggy.
  20. If nowadays wear levelling is well implemented I...

    If nowadays wear levelling is well implemented I suposse you are right
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