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    I guess you're not fond the of the gnome...

    I guess you're not fond the of the gnome approach? I think it's stronger than the OSX approach, but maybe it is too distracting?

    1. Working mode: getting work done using windows that you see
    2....
  2. Easy now guys. The truth is that the FGLRX is...

    Easy now guys. The truth is that the FGLRX is stable for some cards/games, but unstable for others ... the FOSS drivers are also stable for some, but not for others. If you read the forums enough...
  3. Rootless x support?

    Can SDDM handle rootless X logins yet? I understand that this may be the reason for the logind connection.
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    A lot has happenned since the pure reliance on...

    A lot has happenned since the pure reliance on AUFS in Docker.


    Docker does not strictly rely on AUFS anymore (but uses it if it is available)
    There has been a lot of merging and re-factoring...
  5. Can someone point me to more information on this...

    Can someone point me to more information on this commit?
  6. Speak for your own financial state. Some of us...

    Speak for your own financial state. Some of us don't live in your world.

    Actually I just replaced my lappy with some brand new hotness so I will show myself out.
  7. I'll settle for advancements in nouveau for now;...

    I'll settle for advancements in nouveau for now; and I don't install flash anymore. Can I have just #2 and any decent web browser?
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    If you're going to cry on Phoronix, you should...

    If you're going to cry on Phoronix, you should probably clarifiy your hardware specs for other people to comment on

    For the record, I haven't had lockup problems with amd hardware this decade.
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  9. the battle of the smug

    echo "initrd=\EFI\arch\initramfs-arch.img rootfstype=btrfs root=UUID=9a3a076f-8172-4081-a92e-c00aa50a50dd security=tomoyo" | iconv -f ascii -t ucs2 | efibootmgr -c -g -d /dev/sda -p 1 -L...
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    yes we all hate X but about Skype ...

    No particular hatred for PA, ALSA, systemd or whatever we'ŗe complaining about today, but ...

    This doesn't look like it has any significant upgrades? The Win/OSX version is 6.x (I think) and...
  11. i care

    The radeon drivers are great (foss that is,) I have really benefited from their improvement over the last 4 years; i only hope that attempts like this can make take the nouveau project ahead. The...
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    I have the same situation. My backup machine...

    I have the same situation.

    My backup machine (which I am currently using) has a older i7 (1st gen) and a Radeon HD4670, which have worked great for at least the last 3 years, using the FOSS...
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    Is there a roadmap for the systemd integration? ...

    Is there a roadmap for the systemd integration? I assume that the systemd integration is all kf5 related, as opposed to kde4?

    Another thing: the startup script that we are all talking about is (I...
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    EFI & BTRFS subvolume roots yet?

    Slightly off-topic, but does anyone know if we can do direct EFI boot-loading (efibootmgr) with root partitions stored on BTRFS disks with a root subvolume?
  15. I am surprised that they are the first to talk about it

    I am really surprised that the (open)ZFS and BTRFS guys were not in there first. I guess it has really just been a matter or priorities (get it stable first;) but with today's security and privacy...
  16. I had a LOL-of-irony at that as well.

    I had a LOL-of-irony at that as well.
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    Agreed. Great news! Thank FBSD developers. I...

    Agreed. Great news! Thank FBSD developers. I am lazy and so I will wait for the PCBSD ISOs. I may even go back to my PCBSD primary work machine.
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    Agreed. I can't remember when that was a problem...

    Agreed. I can't remember when that was a problem (years?). Then I think most of the time it was solved easily.
  19. this is good news

    Agreed. This is temporary bad news, but in the long term it is good news. It's nice to have some more expert auditing, and it should help the security of our desktops overall.
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