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  1. Yeah - real funny when Izzy files a billion...

    Yeah - real funny when Izzy files a billion dollar patent lawsuit...
  2. I had multiple system-wide crashes on a daily...

    I had multiple system-wide crashes on a daily basis the last time I tried an AMD card. Spent parts of a couple of weeks debugging with engineering assistance - all problems consistently pointed to...
  3. And ... you would be completely wrong...

    And ... you would be completely wrong.



    Yeah, I mean besides just that :rolleyes:
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    You might want to look up the definition of "NDA"...

    You might want to look up the definition of "NDA" and what it is used for. Might answer some of your inane questions. :rolleyes:
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    The fact that 14.04 is beating Windows on...

    The fact that 14.04 is beating Windows on graphics benchmarks on the same machines makes it highly relevant, and something that other community coders should be paying attention to. I've always been...
  6. @Michael - I've run into this problem with my...

    @Michael -

    I've run into this problem with my HP ultrabook, which has a full HDMI port rather than micro-HDMI. For all of the full HDMI cables and adapters I've tried so far, the extra plastic on...
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    "Greater Facebook integration"

    With the incredible number of issues to work on, "Facebook integration" just seems like a bit of a wayward project to me. How do we even know Facebook will be with us in 2-3 years? Did anyone notice...
  8. Nice! I want one.

    Nice! I want one.
  9. Funny thing - one of the few sites that looks...

    Funny thing - one of the few sites that looks like garbage on Firefox on my Android phone is Phoronix. Looks perfect on Chrome, but I can't get font sizing correct for some reason on Firefox. Half...
  10. Slashdot users debated this same question last...

    Slashdot users debated this same question last year, and KDE was the only DE with support from multiple users:
    http://beta.slashdot.org/story/178565

    For a KDE distro, I prefer openSUSE, as it's...
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    Any positive effect on font rendering or page...

    Any positive effect on font rendering or page scrolling?
  12. Nine Lessons Other Desktops Can Learn from KDE

    Nice article by Bruce Byfield at Datamation with some additional observations on why KDE has been winning "readers choice" poll voting:
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  13. Sounds like some brave distro just needs to take...

    Sounds like some brave distro just needs to take a leap of faith and say "the hell with backward compatability with X11".
  14. Not just a one-time thing, either - KDE also won...

    Not just a one-time thing, either - KDE also won the December, 2013 Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards as Best Desktop Environmnet, although the competition with Gnome was much closer:

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  15. Nice! I went with the an HP ultrabook to get a...

    Nice! I went with the an HP ultrabook to get a combined 11 hour battery life from the 2 batteries (one in the keyboard, one in the monitor) plus the low-power Haswell. But my specs aren't as powerful...
  16. KDE and XFCE dominate Gnome, Unity in LinuxQuestions Members Choice Award voting

    Interesting, given the recent "Gnome kills KDE" discussion on this board, that the annual LinuxQuestions Members Choice Award voting in mid-February was heavily in favor of KDE, with XFCE a strong...
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    Is that all you've got? You are a particularly...

    Is that all you've got? You are a particularly worthless little troll, aren't you now? Bugger off.
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    Nice bit of trolling, but the answer is quite...

    Nice bit of trolling, but the answer is quite obvious - the "feature" is bringing up user space faster. From Lennart's blog on the subject:



    http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/systemd.html
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    Got to wonder if Lennart Poettering will stop by...

    Got to wonder if Lennart Poettering will stop by to post on a "Lennard Pottering" hate thread?

    Maybe he'll decide that systemd needs a new set of international dictionaries prior to replacing...
  20. Yes, privately contracted, proprietary software...

    Yes, privately contracted, proprietary software would most likely fall under the export restrictions. But, off-the-shelf, commodity software that is commonly available also has an exception under the...
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