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    I've just upgraded my Arch Linux install from...

    I've just upgraded my Arch Linux install from Xfce 4.6 to 4.8... what to say, it's slick and blazingly fast -- even faster than 4.6! The support for network shares in Thunar is a more than welcome...
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    Don't get me wrong, I don't want to defend people...

    Don't get me wrong, I don't want to defend people who release binary blobs here. I'm talking as an "average user" who wants to use a program he has bought (assuming that commercial, closed-source...
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    I think we're missing the point here. In order to...

    I think we're missing the point here. In order to become a good desktop operating system, Linux needs 2 things:

    A stable API for its kernel and its main subsystems, namely the graphics and audio...
  4. My only fear is that Cedega will remain a...

    My only fear is that Cedega will remain a freeware program, but without good support from its developers. If a project like this is no longer being worked on, it will be as good as dead in the next...
  5. I don't get this either. I mean, if Cedega is...

    I don't get this either. I mean, if Cedega is going freeware, why not push it all the way down and make it opensource, merging the project with the original Wine? It would be a LOT better for every...
  6. If hardware vendors won't start some serious...

    If hardware vendors won't start some serious support of their products on Linux, less and less Linux users will want to buy and use them; also, lack of hardware support is one of the major causes of...
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