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  1. @Luke very thanks for this informative post! I...

    @Luke
    very thanks for this informative post!
    I personally don't feel to be a target, but I am interested in these issues in principle. I have some kind of paranoic fear - german angst - our all...
  2. I would be interested to know - not about these...

    I would be interested to know - not about these never used network facility - but:

    - If you look at your favourite porn movie from your "trusted" source
    - are there byte sequences that can escape...
  3. large random access file - like vm swapfile etc ...

    large random access file - like vm swapfile etc

    I never understood how this works with cow and snapshot functionality?

    Are there exceptions declared by filename?
    Is there a COW_MAX_FILESIZE...
  4. Kamal Mostafa from Canonical is openly discussing...

    Kamal Mostafa from Canonical is openly discussing Ubuntu Linux-3.8 stable tree on
    the kernel stable mailing list. They provide sources everyone can pick.

    They are doing their job.
    If derivative...
  5. What the heck are they doing: They wanted to...

    What the heck are they doing:
    They wanted to phase out 4 and concentrate pushing for kde-5

    Will this be like enlightenment, where you have to mask higher versions to get the new?
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    If this meant the lately discussed ondemand...

    If this meant the lately discussed ondemand patch:
    It is easily applied by me to LTS Linux-3.10.16. Nobody has to wait!
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    different use case - interesting!

    Some professionals really should!

    Liquorix had significantly performed better on tests not related to graphics!
    This shows once more there are different use cases which cannot be pleased by one...
  8. Ubuntu is Debian based and has

    Ubuntu is Debian based and has all Wheezy features like multiarch. All those 32bit applications now easily can install their needed 32bit libs ...
    Perhaps some repacking issues of those remain:...
  9. Thank you for sharing this! May I wonder why...

    Thank you for sharing this!
    May I wonder why opensource developers kept this X compatibility for so long, despite all of X did badly?
  10. :) But sincerely I think any mildly skilled...

    :)

    But sincerely I think any mildly skilled developer could earn huge merit in the linux community by simply cutting the btrfs code.
  11. ask myself if breiser

    I still ask myself if a striped down btrfs
    (called for example breiser)
    would have
    - all the man-powered performance
    - all the kernel.org demanded code stylishness
    and be essentially a true...
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    red-green graf is discriminatory against men

    red-green graf is discriminatory against a minor quantity of men.
    Why not red-blue for example?
  13. lvm not regarded as outdated

    Bad signal for Btrfs enthusiasts:
    Fedora will provide rollback using the old Lvm
    where Btrfs was created for ....
    Or is it just to complete a software before to retire it?
  14. Is there any interesting game to play? Seriously...

    Is there any interesting game to play? Seriously I am searching for a non shooter ....
  15. Gnome2 fanboys and other desktop enthusiasts...

    Gnome2 fanboys and other desktop enthusiasts should look at enlightenment:
    Yesterday I tried the X11:enlightenment repository from openSUSE. Really astonishing ...
  16. Lots of bugfixes - all of them usability related....

    Lots of bugfixes - all of them usability related.
    Such would be on the list of the next month bugfix release of kde ....
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    in bugs. Though a buggy and insecure first...

    in bugs. Though a buggy and insecure first install might beat in performance nearly every time.
  18. found again

    I found the place CK wrote about it some time ago.
    Perhaps there is another expert taking this idea? Because the Linux scheduler is broken! What would you say for example about a security concept...
  19. Con Kolivas has some ideas to make the scheduler...

    Con Kolivas has some ideas to make the scheduler scalable by automaticly trickling down queues. But he has no time. No one is sponsering him ....
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    I heard M. Gerrit half/year ago on a Linux summit...

    I heard M. Gerrit half/year ago on a Linux summit per youtube: He already said, you are able to shredder your PC doing with efi. Due to bad efi-bios implementation, but also due to errors by the...
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