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  1. You're not wrong, but there are times that things...

    You're not wrong, but there are times that things need to be replaced even though it's painful.

    One of those times is when there are major design flaws that *cannot* be incrementally fixed. This...
  2. that's "submit", or are you planning to generate...

    that's "submit", or are you planning to generate more typos to pad your patch statistics
  3. I work with Python and Ruby for work. I like...

    I work with Python and Ruby for work. I like them, there are a lot of nice things aboout those languages. But other than Rust, you haven't listed a language that is as fast or powerful as C/C++ or...
  4. So what are the three cases that etc-update...

    So what are the three cases that etc-update finds?
    1) you have an unmodified config file and you accept the defaults, a software update requires a new config file, and there is a conflict
    In this...
  5. Norco makes some pretty affordable cases, the...

    Norco makes some pretty affordable cases, the rails come seperately but aren't too expensive. I think we've figured about ~$100 for the case and rails. We use the 2U cases since we run integrated...
  6. heck, up to 50% also includes -50%, a la vista....

    heck, up to 50% also includes -50%, a la vista. :cool:
  7. Debian ships with root ssh on for wheezy, but off...

    Debian ships with root ssh on for wheezy, but off for Jessie.
  8. ummm... because Beyond Earth is DX11 and Mantle...

    ummm... because Beyond Earth is DX11 and Mantle only?

    It's likely that being DX11 Beyond Earth relies on features like Tesselation that haven't landed in Mesa yet.
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    There is a typo in the original announcement that...

    There is a typo in the original announcement that was carried over to phoronix. the final version on the 10.1 tree is version is 10.1.6
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    That's easy to say. Until you discover that your...

    That's easy to say. Until you discover that your hardware does everything GL 2.1 requires except these two or three functions and there is a mess of software that runs on GL 2.1 but doesn't support...
  11. that' s really odd, I definitely remember doing...

    that' s really odd, I definitely remember doing this (I was in the beta). I streamed games from my r600 desktop to my haswell GT2 laptop. It worked fine.
  12. No, no, no. Emacs is going to absorb systemd into...

    No, no, no. Emacs is going to absorb systemd into *their* tree and call the result 'boot to emacs', bragging about emacs in less than 1/10 of a second
  13. because that fix totally wont be backported to...

    because that fix totally wont be backported to 10.1.x
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    Wayland is hardly "linux specific", and they've...

    Wayland is hardly "linux specific", and they've been porting the graphics drivers since long before KMS was rolled out, it's just taken them longer to deal with since it requires changes to their...
  15. There are a few, and I suspect that Baytrail and...

    There are a few, and I suspect that Baytrail and it's successors will bring more. Maybe even a few credible ones ;)

    Of course, those will also be prime targets for the intel images.
  16. Wait what? You mean that I can just upgrade to...

    Wait what? You mean that I can just upgrade to LLVM 3.next and everything will just keep magically working? You mean I don't have to try to keep clang and gallium in lock step?

    Wait, oh, right,...
  17. This is either some of the best trolling I've...

    This is either some of the best trolling I've seen in a while, or ...nevermind
  18. Agreed. Per subvolume compression and encryption,...

    Agreed. Per subvolume compression and encryption, as well as data dedpulication would be much more useful.

    Of course, as a daily user of btrfs I'd really love a safe, stable fsck tool...
  19. I't's not a question of performance, MSVC is...

    I't's not a question of performance, MSVC is lacking in performance and conformance, but it's still in wide use because it's provided with Windows. Work on a project that has to compile on MSVC and...
  20. In this case I think it's more of a reaction to...

    In this case I think it's more of a reaction to the horrible mess that is SNA.
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