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  1. Has Radeon/AMD ever won (proprietary benchmark)?

    I don't recall ever seen a "win" for AMD/ATI/Radeon with Catalyst (etc.) against Nvidia proprietary...

    It's sad that Nvidia was the first to invest in having a mostly common core software wise,...
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    But if I recall history, essentially AMD achieve...

    But if I recall history, essentially AMD achieve 17-19% of the server arena back in the "dual core" days... and even announced that they'd have a 4 core processor... Intel had their crappy P4...
  3. More madness

    Ok... I'm all for moving forward, but inside the datcenter, what we're seeing a pretty large scale regression managment wise.

    I know this is not going to affect the desktop newbie.... but...
  4. Must have missed it...

    Must have missed it, this doesn't look like a systemd thing at all.... (shhh, please don't mention that to Red Hat, ok?)
    :)
  5. Uh... done deal already. Unless you are trapped...

    Uh... done deal already. Unless you are trapped in the whole USA, Linux === Red Hat thing... in which case I think it's best to stop saying Linux or Linux distro and just say Red Hat (but beware...
  6. iTunes and wine

    Strangely, there was a time when it did sort of work... but it's been awhile (years). I know because I had it working under wine way back whenver it was...

    Wine, like real wine, has good years...
  7. systemd and friends are just different...

    Reading all of this the point really is that systemd and friends are "different". It's going to take a lot of relearning. There's some documentation out that helps, and obviously there's a lot of...
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    I know that dash isn't bash compatible. So...

    I know that dash isn't bash compatible. So unless you ready to do some porting work....

    Personally, I just program in Bourne shell... then it doesn't really matter (well bash isn't fully Bourne...
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    Sigh... (hopefully that was an obvious sigh)

    Sigh... (hopefully that was an obvious sigh)
  10. Sorry... but it's...

    It's GNU/systemd

    Sheesh... get it right folks!
  11. But I wonder that now the secret is out, that...

    But I wonder that now the secret is out, that Google and/or Netflix won't do everything in their power to somehow prevent it from working under Linux by some means....

    Pardon me, my paranoia is...
  12. But I thought..

    I thought BSD and Facebook were dead?
  13. Just like Doom 3

    Doomed. Anybody want something that is actually "new" or "different"?

    Add a portal gun... and let it be used on others...

    Even then... somewhat boring....

    But if Doom 3 was awesome to...
  14. Bring out yer dead...

    BSD, X11, Java... they're all dead...
  15. Rh ftw!

    Anything you can do... I can better...

    and anything you can do sucks because we (effectively) own the kernel!!

    RH FTW!
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    Rename it...

    Call it "be" please! Lest there be no joy....
  17. Uh... so you're making a point againts FOSS? Ok....

    Uh... so you're making a point againts FOSS? Ok. I disagree.

    Hans, a murdering genius is no longer involved with the project. So, we automatically sacrifice the other FOSS programmers working...
  18. I remember the days when a university student...

    I remember the days when a university student could just surprise the world with some code and that was good enough. Now if it's not backed by a "vendor" (i.e. Red Hat) then it's dangerous crapola.
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    I do agree, the picture is (marginally) better. ...

    I do agree, the picture is (marginally) better. However, IMHO, it destroys many movies in that the sharpness actually helps reveal the absolute "fakeness" of things like CGI. Blu-ray raw rips are...
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    My thoughts on systemd, etc..

    The ideas behind systemd are pretty strong:

    1. Easy to write, unified (close to a "standard") way of handling startup.

    2. Fast start and stops.

    3. Gets rid of a lot of replication of...
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