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  1. If that's the case then the kernel devs should...

    If that's the case then the kernel devs should take a look at that daemon to see where the problem lies. Have you ever strace'd it to get an idea what's happening so the devs can take a look at it...
  2. There should be some utility (or a daemon) you...

    There should be some utility (or a daemon) you can run to build a solid RNG data source pool to keep the RNG well seeded even if you are only using a single computer on the go. Any suggestions?
  3. Great work and NM has come a long way when it was...

    Great work and NM has come a long way when it was a pretty broken network management client that stomped all over your carefully crafted /etc/network/interfaces file settings rather than coexisting...
  4. If these devices work out of the box that's...

    If these devices work out of the box that's great! I may pick up one of these for use on a netbook that does not have an ethernet port or to use for a backup port if the onboard NIC ever flakes out...
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    Maybe they should have a display server daemon...

    Maybe they should have a display server daemon built in (tongue in cheek)
  6. Sounds much like CPanel but a tool like this is...

    Sounds much like CPanel but a tool like this is surely welcome as it'll make administering many servers a snap, as well as setting up new servers and VM's.
  7. Think it's because between 3.16 and the upcoming...

    Think it's because between 3.16 and the upcoming 3.18 there has been little nor no change to the ABI's so the blob should work with little or no patching needed one 3.18 ships.
  8. That sounds like a good quick and dirty way to...

    That sounds like a good quick and dirty way to install Arch. I've played around with Archbang and it was not bad at all.
  9. Hopefully, IF mobo and chipset makers provide...

    Hopefully, IF mobo and chipset makers provide documentation on hardware initialization and setup
  10. And that's only if Google is willing to allow...

    And that's only if Google is willing to allow Mozilla to incorporate it into Firefox with no major strings attached
  11. Mozilla should reach out for suggestions for a...

    Mozilla should reach out for suggestions for a new plugin implementation that's open yet more secure than the old NPAPI structure.
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    Why not allow users a choice of what init system...

    Why not allow users a choice of what init system within the installer by asking a question where user can choose the good ol' sysvinit or Upstart or the shiny new systemd.
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    Same here, if I can mod the device to add a...

    Same here, if I can mod the device to add a higher capacity SSD for local storage
  14. Now why taint your Linux system with...

    Now why taint your Linux system with Microsoft-ware?
  15. not sure if serious

    not sure if serious
  16. I'd love to see a breakthrough like this for the...

    I'd love to see a breakthrough like this for the Nouveau driver too :)
  17. I used to bag on PA myself but lately its been...

    I used to bag on PA myself but lately its been getting quite a bit of love so I might install it again on my systems as I've recently acquired a BT headset I'd like to use.
  18. It could be possible to bang the dent out of it...

    It could be possible to bang the dent out of it using a block of wood and a hammer
  19. I was looking at those very same...

    I was looking at those very same cabinets...wonder if Michael was doing a mind-meld LMAO
  20. The hardware is pretty much supported by Linux...

    The hardware is pretty much supported by Linux and the firmware that comes with the machine can be replaced with Coreboot I am sure. I so much want a Chromebook to use as a basic Linux system I can...
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