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    You've made it abundantly clear you don't know...

    You've made it abundantly clear you don't know anything about administering a Linux box remotely. Kindly explain to me your elite use of X11 network transparency. In detail. Including all of the...
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    The thing is, what Linux application or admin...

    The thing is, what Linux application or admin task can't be done strictly in SSH from the command line? I would say that running a headless server for remoting GUI applications is a pretty odd...
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    I'm guessing you're about 100 years old, and very...

    I'm guessing you're about 100 years old, and very stuck in your ways. The Linux community has no obligation to continue supporting such a crusty old standard, and all of the big names have made it...
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    I would expect that replacing X with Wayland...

    I would expect that replacing X with Wayland would eventually lead to more efficient Radeon and Nouveau drivers, bad code and legacy cruft have surely been a detriment to the development of the FOSS...
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    Obviously, the Wayland folks aren't going to...

    Obviously, the Wayland folks aren't going to overlook the ability to graphically access a machine remotely, since VNC/RDP/etc... are so popular in business environments, but FFS, can we please...
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    Totally agree. To all of the...

    Totally agree.

    To all of the network-transpara-tards: Network transparency in X was somebody's great idea before people had properly figured out the right way to do that kind of thing: web...
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    Once again, I admire your spirit, but things...

    Once again, I admire your spirit, but things rarely ever work out that way. It all comes down to whether people actually decide to use it or not, and that's not guaranteed. I'm sure that the Samba...
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    BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!! I take it you're not an...

    BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!

    I take it you're not an open source developer, and don't know how these things work.

    I had no intention of boasting, and I believe there are many open source developers...
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    Ummmm, Active Directory is wide open, any...

    Ummmm, Active Directory is wide open, any authenticated user can query the directory(which is why you should never store sensitive information in it), and OUs, Domains, Forests can only be modified...
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    If the Samba folks can successfully pull off an...

    If the Samba folks can successfully pull off an Active Directory domain controller that integrates properly with Windows servers, it will be quite an accomplishment.

    Having said that(and being an...
  11. I found this great website with information about...

    I found this great website with information about Go and many other things:

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=go+programming+language
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    I think the reason that GNOME catches so much...

    I think the reason that GNOME catches so much hate now is that people have come to expect better of them, since GNOME had a long-standing reputation for stability and performance, and other DEs like...
  13. You don't really expect it to consistently beat...

    You don't really expect it to consistently beat the last generation dual GPU cards in every benchmark, do you? No single GPU card has ever done that before.

    For now, the 7970 is hands down the...
  14. I suppose you'd also summarize Intel's latest...

    I suppose you'd also summarize Intel's latest Extreme Edition CPUs as "justified in price" and "an excellent value".

    It's about $50US more than the last-generation equivalent, or about 10% more,...
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    Dude, you are a piece of work. Now you're...

    Dude, you are a piece of work. Now you're saying that "we all know what they really meant", which means that you interpreting what they said to suit your own fanboyism == truth, and me taking what...
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    Jeez man, you need help. You are not quoting...

    Jeez man, you need help. You are not quoting anything that AMD said, you're quoting some journalist's interpretation.

    You're interpreting the author of the articles interpretation of the AMD...
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    Could you please add some more FUD to your...

    Could you please add some more FUD to your interpretation of that?

    The only thing AMD said was that x86 is a proprietary Intel architecture, and that they'd be willing to consider focusing on ways...
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    I'm pretty sure that compiling the Linux kernel...

    I'm pretty sure that compiling the Linux kernel is pretty CPU limited, disk bandwidth isn't important because it's not reading large contiguous files, but many small ones, which is much slower and...
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    This is based on the original assumption of the...

    This is based on the original assumption of the problem, which turned out to be wrong. The kernel devs are now saying that they were misunderstanding the spec when they decided to turn it off the...
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    Nice. I see the so called "fail of the century"...

    Nice. I see the so called "fail of the century" Bulldozer doing extremely well, beating the comparably priced Intel CPUs in every benchmark. If you toss in the $1000 Operton 6282 SE into the mix(16...
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