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  1. The open-source hardware boards from Olimex...

    The open-source hardware boards from Olimex appeal to me the most out of all the cheap embedded SoC boards I've seen
  2. This could be a really interesting device I've...

    This could be a really interesting device

    I've looked at a fair number of variants of Windows and Android tablets based on the baytrail processor from Intel and whilst there are some which have...
  3. I am very sad about another resignation. These...

    I am very sad about another resignation. These people have put in countless hours with no expectation of personal gain, other than being a member of a great community.

    It is worrying that trolls...
  4. to be honest, I have no real need for a tablet....

    to be honest, I have no real need for a tablet. my linux laptop resumes from sleep sufficiently quickly that if I walk over to my chair, pick it up, and start opening the display as I sit down, it's...
  5. this looks like a nice tablet, I'll consider...

    this looks like a nice tablet, I'll consider buying it only when I know whether PowerVR are going to help the community with drivers. I too was burned by GMA500/Poulsbo. If PowerVR contributed to...
  6. I'd rather the person helped the effort in making...

    I'd rather the person helped the effort in making it compile cleanly with llvm-clang and improve the code quality, but I imagine that's more hard work than fun
  7. I think I will wait a few weeks for a few bugs to...

    I think I will wait a few weeks for a few bugs to get fixed before upgrading, as my suse 13.1 laptop seems to be working pretty well.

    on systems where I have lots of disk space, I usually leave...
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    surely, systemd will be complete when it is...

    surely, systemd will be complete when it is capable of reading email, which is the natural progression of software development.
  9. way back when I had hoped that Microsoft would...

    way back when I had hoped that Microsoft would say that Windows 7 would only come in 64 bit versions, or, at least, only the Home version would be 32, and to announce that Windows 8 and beyond would...
  10. AFAIK, Google spend a LOT of money on making...

    AFAIK, Google spend a LOT of money on making Chrome run on a variety of platforms, perhaps more to do all the cross-platform integration and testing and QA than the base code. So I guess anything...
  11. there's a general rise in trollish behaviour on...

    there's a general rise in trollish behaviour on the internet, it seems that more recent generations become the age of adults but haven't learned any self moderation behaviours, this is coupled with...
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    you must have a very understanding wife; mine is...

    you must have a very understanding wife; mine is very happy for all the technical help I give her but she doesn't like the number of boxes of cables are parts I have even though they are neatly...
  13. I hope the wifi card isn't the troublesome Intel...

    I hope the wifi card isn't the troublesome Intel ac7260.
  14. the shared PC in our dining room runs linux, and...

    the shared PC in our dining room runs linux, and the kids are bored with the standard games, but do play minecraft, so perhaps this game will be good and I will buy it for them to play.
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    http://cdn.meme.li/instances/500x/54018499.jpg
  16. does this mean that MediaTek have been reeducated...

    does this mean that MediaTek have been reeducated about the GPL?
    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=mediatek+gpl+violation
  17. having struggled with the Fedora disk management...

    having struggled with the Fedora disk management tool (one nasty is that it doesn't understand existing mdraid raid1 drives, at least I couldn't get it to understand existing disks), and found the...
  18. let's hope the "Ultra Durable" Gigabyte lives up...

    let's hope the "Ultra Durable" Gigabyte lives up to its name!!
  19. when I build a multi-booting system, I usually...

    when I build a multi-booting system, I usually set aside 32 or 64G for a fat32 partition, this is usually plenty for file space that needs to be shared with windows, usually downloaded stuff,...
  20. I upgraded my linux firewall/router from 3.11 to...

    I upgraded my linux firewall/router from 3.11 to 3.14 recently and all seemed fine, but then my users started to complain about failed http connections... in particular uploading pictures to the web...
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