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    journald is great, albeight it might not be...

    journald is great, albeight it might not be implemented optimally for my taste. It might not be essential functionally but by that standard nothing except kernel really is.

    You _could_ do without...
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    So does kernel, so what ? And BTW, I don't see...

    So does kernel, so what ?
    And BTW, I don't see the logic behibd that "single point of failure" argument.

    If you have e.g. separate e/udev and it croaks, how does that help you exactly ? Or if...
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    I like systemd but still see their effort as...

    I like systemd but still see their effort as potentially useful.

    If one thinks some solutions are wrong, s/he should roll up h/is/er sleeves and do something about it.

    Which is what they are...
  4. I like his views in general and this idea in...

    I like his views in general and this idea in particular.

    Endless clinging to least common denominator is so limiting and pointless. Why develop usefull new features if they are going to be used...
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    Why ? It is meant to enable dbus replacement that...

    Why ? It is meant to enable dbus replacement that will be far leaner. What's so wrong with that ?
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    Could you clarify ? Why has he lost interst - for...

    Could you clarify ? Why has he lost interst - for technical or political reasons ?

    What do you mean by "othing" ? As far as we ahve been told, all major toolkits and libraries were or are about to...
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    If there was ever case for open source, it is...

    If there was ever case for open source, it is definitely for applications like this. Why would anyone sane expose his security for such trivial application ?
  8. Also, this was without LTO. main attraction of...

    Also, this was without LTO.

    main attraction of 4.10 is that LTO was to be polished, both WRT to optimisations being done as well as memory useage and CPU time during compilation.

    Had he used...
  9. Not neccesarily. As shown recently, plenty can be...

    Not neccesarily. As shown recently, plenty can be hidden within bios, uploadable firmware blobs and onboard flash.

    Having such open option is not bad, even if not everyone would use it at the...
  10. SDK is priced insanely high. Actual boards...

    SDK is priced insanely high.

    Actual boards and chips on shelves shouldn't be.
  11. This is nice, but...

    New ARMs from AMD are not that far away. They should offer updateg GPU and up to 8-core A57.

    Which should play nicely with freshly compiled code on Linux methinks. And ECC support should fit like...
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    Fine, but that is trivial problem, compared to...

    Fine, but that is trivial problem, compared to problem of code quality.

    IOW I hope this is not some attempt to get more attention without honest work on code.

    Or some stupid projection that in...
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    Why is this even an article ?

    Who cares how do they mark their releases.

    As long as they work.
  14. I tired that. On latest codeblock it fails tiny...

    I tired that. On latest codeblock it fails tiny bit later, maybe one or two links later, and with different error message, but stil fails

    WRT to LTO, I want it selectively. Not across whole...
  15. They haven't . I have posted a patch for those...

    They haven't . I have posted a patch for those that would like to toy with it. If one is dumb enough to go compiling one's system with it right away, that's his/her problem.
  16. It works. BTW:For Gentoo users that would like...

    It works.

    BTW:For Gentoo users that would like to try it, I filed a version bump bug with adapted patch that you need.

    just emerge -F =gcc-4.9.0 , take a look in distfiles map which...
  17. I tried trick with variables. It doesn't work. I...

    I tried trick with variables. It doesn't work. I tried upgrading binutils from version 23.x to 24.x

    With the same, negative result.

    But -ffat-lto-objects seems to be working. Thing is still...
  18. it chokes on -flto with codeblocks

    Version gcc-4.8.x compiles it fine. I didn't file official debug report since they drequest particularities I don't know, so if anyone has the will and time to give it a look, he might find...
  19. Dumb article.

    Ofcourse Free SW is often marketed the wrong way as in free of charge ( which is even in commercial waters hardly ever really free!).

    Some people expect to get equivalent of free ( of charge)...
  20. Maybe it's done shoddy, but the idea seems very...

    Maybe it's done shoddy, but the idea seems very interesting to me, lbeight admittedly I am not familiar with the matter.

    Coherency has it costs, so it might be advantageos to be able to make CPU...
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