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  1. There is no browser in systemd yet, but it has...

    There is no browser in systemd yet, but it has web server already - maybe in a few more years it will become BSD-like base OS.
    Difference is that BSD is trying to reduce unnecessary stuff and...
  2. I hear that for years already and yet there is...

    I hear that for years already and yet there is zfs on my hard drives still, which never caused me any issues since very early days of zfs on linux project.
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    For example Nexus 4 doesn't support USB OTG,...

    For example Nexus 4 doesn't support USB OTG, Nexus 5 does. You can install custom kernel, but still need power source for it.
    http://www.androidcentral.com/android-advanced-usb-otg-nexus-4

    Either...
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    Sure, maybe there is some phones that actually...

    Sure, maybe there is some phones that actually support that, but most won't even work as USB host.
    Samsung&co can just declare it unsupported for now, since not many people would use it at all....
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    Tizen only needs very basic stuff from a display...

    Tizen only needs very basic stuff from a display server - you won't see multiple input devices or multiple displays attached to a smartphone or watch. Not like those have much use for advanced window...
  6. For a record, I had 2x150Gb drives back in the...

    For a record, I had 2x150Gb drives back in the days for a windows partitions that exceeded temperature limits (it was extremely hot summer here) and that raid failed as well.
    After reformatting...
  7. I read both of them and it seems to me that pool...

    I read both of them and it seems to me that pool failed due to bad cables and/or overheating. You have raidz2 which can survive 2/6 drives failure, you basically had at least four with issues, even...
  8. You clearly misunderstood something. Scrubs can...

    You clearly misunderstood something. Scrubs can save you from errors even on really fucked up disks to a degree, but any other fs without checksums would just spit you a damaged data. If your pool...
  9. You can use Qubes OS if you need that kind of...

    You can use Qubes OS if you need that kind of security.
  10. There is not much to flame about. His...

    There is not much to flame about.

    His argument against ZFS is that you can't ship it with distribution, but that doesn't stop NVidia modules.
    Otherwise it works and only suffers from some...
  11. Just write your data to /dev/null if you care...

    Just write your data to /dev/null if you care about it that much.
  12. Last time I checked Xonotic, there was barely...

    Last time I checked Xonotic, there was barely anyone playing, maybe a few dozen players, half of them playing instagib. Even QuakeLive which dropped linux support (and was dying for a few years now...
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    Read on wikipedia what sarcasm is, it doesn't...

    Read on wikipedia what sarcasm is, it doesn't have to have an irony, despite often used this way. When I wrote "hobby", I didn't actually meant it is their true hobby, but rather to highlight how...
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    "Hobby" was a sarcasm, since you still don't get...

    "Hobby" was a sarcasm, since you still don't get it, too bad for you.
    As for refusing - they still use kernel commandline "debug" while it doesn't make any sense, bug marked as fixed doesn't mean...
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    Not until kernel devs yelled at them and proposed...

    Not until kernel devs yelled at them and proposed a patch to hide debug from systemd completely.
    There was another: http://lwn.net/Articles/518942/
    lklm is down atm, so can't link to actual...
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    Not that ridiculous, one certain kernel developer...

    Not that ridiculous, one certain kernel developer agrees: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTY1MzA
    There was more like this, that is not something uncommon.


    Did you actually...
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    I was talking about this:...

    I was talking about this: https://plus.google.com/+LennartPoetteringTheOneAndOnly/posts/LjkLwkeDiLc
    I'm not advocating for upstart actually, point is neither can deal with complex fs setups, but...
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    First they start FUD campain about upstart being...

    First they start FUD campain about upstart being bad bad bad, because it fails to unmount partitions on reboot and that systemd magically solves this problem, but they still have this bug open that...
  19. When this is going to be fixed?...

    When this is going to be fixed? https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1026119
    Instead of mocking upstart failing to unmount stuff, Lennart should fix his own crap.
  20. He described it completely wrong, what he...

    He described it completely wrong, what he actually means is this kind of scenario:
    You fill up whole disk with data, you only have like 10 free blocks (just for example).
    Then you change file, SSD...
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