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    The irony begins

    So they don't like systemd because among other things is a big piece of software developed by a single group that cannot be replaced easily due to how it control things, but they suggest going to BSD...
  2. If you're using php through php-fpm like you...

    If you're using php through php-fpm like you should have been since it's introduction a couple of years ago, instead of the php apache module. Then at least the php part you don't have to worry...
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    udev and systemd

    Yes, udev lives in the same source tree, but you haven't take a deep look at it. Udev can be used without the rest of systemd.
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    IMO Is not a bad idea at all

    C++ along with other bunch of languages were designed originally for devices that lacked a graphical interface in the 70's. These days is the other way around, since most people have no clue what a...
  5. Web cams

    If you are worried by your privacy, I have a solution that will make your Christmas very happy (and mine too).

    Send me your laptops/tablets/cell phones with cams as a gift to me, and I will give...
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    Yes, while Gentoo well tuned can do miracles (I...

    Yes, while Gentoo well tuned can do miracles (I used it for a couple of years), some people try to use very old computers with the latest software. And you have to know when you need to move.
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    speed, speed, and more speed. but even GLib...

    speed, speed, and more speed.

    but even GLib these days have a codepath to use SSE2. No idea what the fuss, since don't remember people talking about it when glib introduced a similar approach.
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  8. More evidence

    These 2 screenshots comes directly from the Wireshark blog. Again since GTK+ do not handle other non nix platforms as a first class citizen, you end up with gui's that looks as native as this on a...
  9. http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/801/wf7e.jpg/...

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/801/wf7e.jpg/

    If you look at the push buttons, the GIMP ones are way too fat like in Gnome, and that can be seen in practically any GIMP interface window. ...
  10. Haven't tested any GTK+ 3 app on Windows yet, but...

    Haven't tested any GTK+ 3 app on Windows yet, but GIMP looks the same as in Gnome, so there is neither no native toolkit nor native skin. Only the default GTK+2 skin, which looks kind of awful on...
  11. yes, they don't use native widgets. On some...

    yes, they don't use native widgets. On some Windows visual style configurations you may find a little difference between the Qt apps style and native Windows style. But they simulate your actual...
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    Arrogant why???? half the most in the threads...

    Arrogant why???? half the most in the threads are misinformations, worst than mine.


    Really... Really... so you said that qt is not Qt too. omg.


    I know that, thats why I said Cannonical...
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    Just laughing at the posts in this thread

    There is a lot of drama in this thread about KDE, Kwin, etc that make me laugh. It's incredible how people don't pay attention to the details.

    1. Like someone said, KDE will not even consider a...
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    Looking at dates, looks the other way around. ...

    Looking at dates, looks the other way around. Apparently his stay on Gnome was a short one :)

    But unless he explain, I guess he's just checking the current status of the mayor DE's.
  15. If you are talking about GUI toolkits,...

    If you are talking about GUI toolkits, technically there are two: GTK and QT. Most desktops/windows managers out there use one or the other. There are also shell environmental variables which...
  16. What Linux needs

    As a programmer (but not kernel programmer btw), I think Linux distributions needs some things to get broader user and corporate (development) audience. At the moment I can think of:

    1. An...
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    The Wiki article mentions it.

    The Wiki article mentions it.
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    You can try Arch. The only mayor shortcoming it...

    You can try Arch. The only mayor shortcoming it had was the lack of package signing, but not anymore. While some people might argue about the occasional breakage rolling can bring, installing a...
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    * Not much old, KDE 3.5.10, which was released...

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    Not much old, KDE 3.5.10, which was released in August 2008. Nearly 4 years, but no, is not old.

    They don't even pickup Trinity which offers a fixed version of 3.5.x series (currently 3.5.13)....
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    If you use Arch, then you have no idea at all how...

    If you use Arch, then you have no idea at all how it works (or pacman). Also you cannot rule Linux distributions by looking at how only one distribution do things.

    1. Arch packages may look...
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