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  1. because someone has to maintain the crap - and...

    because someone has to maintain the crap - and more often than not these old semi-broken archs get into the way of new features or bug fixes.

    Nobody prevents you from running an old kernel.

    And...
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    are you unable to read, unable to comprehend or...

    are you unable to read, unable to comprehend or are you maliciously perverting what the author wrote?

    so - are you dumb or evil?
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    people who have no clue at all love to bash c++....

    people who have no clue at all love to bash c++.
    just for the same reasons others who have no clue at all love to bash java.

    The puzzling thing is that people still listen to that toxic destroyer...
  4. what sin? don't you feel embarrassed posting...

    what sin?

    don't you feel embarrassed posting idiotic crap like that?
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    so with typical cahce hit rates over 95% - how...

    so with typical cahce hit rates over 95% - how much of an improvement is acutally there?

    and '30 years of experience' just says:
    I am old. The stuff I learned and still love is old.

    not a...
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    x32 was 'invented' by Intel because ATOM sucks...

    x32 was 'invented' by Intel because ATOM sucks with 64bit pointers. That is all. They build a suckfest of a CPU and to save the day they splintered the x86 market even more.

    Nice move intel, you...
  7. you are both stupid then. Because linux was...

    you are both stupid then.

    Because linux was not chosen by the GNU system to become their kernel.

    Linux distributions made use of PARTS of the gnu project - not even all of it.
  8. and no kernel hacker reacted to that mail. Why...

    and no kernel hacker reacted to that mail. Why did phoronix?
  9. as if it was all about more memory....

    as if it was all about more memory....
  10. before Ubuntu there was Mandrake/Mandriva that...

    before Ubuntu there was Mandrake/Mandriva that 'made Linux usable'. And Suse. SimpleMepis. And others.

    They just hadn't had the marketing dollars, Canonical spent.

    Do you remember the beginning...
  11. Canonical disapears = nothing bad happens. ...

    Canonical disapears = nothing bad happens.

    Redhat disapears = the shit hits the fan.

    Compared with Redhat's contributions and the developers they support, Canonical isn't even a gnat's fart in...
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    jrch2k8, does your android need 'seats'? Or a...

    jrch2k8, does your android need 'seats'? Or a network transparent X11?
    Does your workstation do?

    No to all of them.

    And for everything else: X11 worked with the bandwidth of the early 90s -...
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    VT's just work and don't need systemd And...

    VT's just work and don't need systemd

    And because of this, they must be replaced.

    *barf*
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    you could always use the gentoo ebuilds :P

    you could always use the gentoo ebuilds :P
  15. First: make sure IO scheduler is no-op Second:...

    First: make sure IO scheduler is no-op
    Second: turn of readahead

    the second one delivered an enormous performance boost.

    But... hey, phoronix benchmarked ext3 with barriers off because that...
  16. and you read the 'agreement'? QT is under...

    and you read the 'agreement'?

    QT is under GPLv3 and LGPLv2.1 if Digia does something stupid everybody can fork it.

    gtk on the other hand....
  17. and as a user you don't notice and or care what...

    and as a user you don't notice and or care what backend KDE is using for sound.

    That was easy, wasn't it?
  18. really? because you know - phonon just works. ...

    really? because you know - phonon just works.

    Unlike gstreamer.
  19. because gnome does constantly break stuff. I...

    because gnome does constantly break stuff.

    I also remember gnome betting everything on CORBA - which was too complex, bloated and unnecessary. Kde develeped dcop. You could do everything with...
  20. oh great... gnome is involved. That translates...

    oh great... gnome is involved. That translates to:
    mandatory depending on systemd
    breaking abis and apis every odd week
    trying to force something like gconf
    and abandom it, as soon as it starts...
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