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    The same here in Archlinux x64 with packages from...

    The same here in Archlinux x64 with packages from testing repo. KDE 4.7 is way faster and this is with
    echo low > /sys/class/drm/card0/device/power_profile (the free radeon driver doesn't have...
  2. You know what's laughable? That they couldn't...

    You know what's laughable? That they couldn't think of a synonym for it. Let's think (I'm not a native english speaker): "System configuration", "System setup", "System adjustment".
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    Wyatt, you may have a point in certain situations...

    Wyatt, you may have a point in certain situations but for the majority Linux isn't meant to be upgraded every 6/12/72 months. Upgrading 1700 packages on a server when a new release comes out isn't...
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    Pulse uses ALSA. You might consider the fact that...

    Pulse uses ALSA. You might consider the fact that alsa got better over time. Maybe at one time pulse solved some alsa issues but now alsa guys solved them themselves which kind of makes pulse...
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    I was hoping that this thread would bring some...

    I was hoping that this thread would bring some ideas why or why not one dislikes Ubuntu which in turn would help Linux in general.

    Instead it became mostly a Pulse audio thread.
  6. Patents are everything

    Does KDE have a patent on it? Then the hell with them :) (a joke really but with a sad truth in it).

    On the long term I guess Gnome will try to replace their childish name with KDE and this is...
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    They have Kubuntu (as most distros provide the...

    They have Kubuntu (as most distros provide the option to chose one or another DE) but I wouldn't recommend that for any KDE lover. It's not a vanilla KDE and that only hurts.
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    The so-called stable versions of software

    They keep (very) old versions of software as stable even when upstream already released 2 or 3 versions marked as stable. Ubuntu (and Debian and maybe others) then try to backport those changes into...
  9. Hell of test you did there. Especially when it...

    Hell of test you did there. Especially when it comes to Linux.
    Maybe we should all ditch desktop environments and find a way to run apps from the CounterStrike console.

    PS: running radeon here...
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