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  1. Why does it extract to version 14.20?

    Why does it extract to version 14.20?
  2. Looking at the graph i would say something...

    Looking at the graph i would say something happened in systemd in late 2012. What new role did it take back then from being an init system to being an operating system?
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    14.04 does not even use systemd, so the problem...

    14.04 does not even use systemd, so the problem is not where you think it is.
  4. Because not every setup supports snapshots.

    Because not every setup supports snapshots.
  5. Care to elaborate? I would think proving that...

    Care to elaborate? I would think proving that something is clearly broken would warrant a fix, or if systemd is incompatible with the fix then a new project is spawned.
  6. I find it funny that Linux aims to drop power...

    I find it funny that Linux aims to drop power consumption by adding yet another logic machine running inside the kernel ;)
  7. devilhorns: since weston was only meant to be an...

    devilhorns: since weston was only meant to be an example compositor, could this be called the first proper, full featured compositor? If so, what are the major differences making it so?
  8. Incredible how they are still on a pre 3 series...

    Incredible how they are still on a pre 3 series kernel...
  9. This is a huge improvement for my setup, some...

    This is a huge improvement for my setup, some nasty bugs have been corrected and cinnamon2 overall seems nice.
  10. Your move, AMD.

    Your move, AMD.
  11. Arch is useless for normal users. If a normal...

    Arch is useless for normal users. If a normal user wants access to AUR then Manjaro is their best choice.
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    Things are about to get interesting in late 2013,...

    Things are about to get interesting in late 2013, when Wayland on the Jolla phone enters the market.
  13. Perhaps they should fix the on-disk format with a...

    Perhaps they should fix the on-disk format with a btrfs v2.0 before it has gained widespread adoption instead of patching it with hacks.
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    2.6.34-rc5-2.6.342.6.35 Sheep on Meth :D

    2.6.34-rc5-2.6.342.6.35 Sheep on Meth

    :D
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    HD5200 seems very compelling. If they fixed their...

    HD5200 seems very compelling. If they fixed their ogl stack i would give them my two thumbs up, now they only get one.
  16. While i am glad to see that many people working...

    While i am glad to see that many people working on Linux drivers, i cannot do but wonder where is the results? The open gl support is lacking and the performance is poor in their driver. And we all...
  17. This seems really incredible. Having the WINE...

    This seems really incredible. Having the WINE compatibility layer implementation being faster than native just shows how crappy the windows codebase really is!
  18. I have been amazed this is not the common way to...

    I have been amazed this is not the common way to boot your system. With an optimized firmware like coreboot and a slim Linux setup modern hardware can boot in just a couple of seconds. Fedora can...
  19. I'm a bit surprised how shit KDE is since that...

    I'm a bit surprised how shit KDE is since that was the DE i was thinking to try next. I guess i will wait for framework5 and see if their new generation of qt magic is up to par with the competition.
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    I had no problems with manjaro running it in VB,...

    I had no problems with manjaro running it in VB, so perhaps this is the version i will finally test on bare metal.
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