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    Not really. Those that want to support other...

    Not really. Those that want to support other systems are unhindered by the TC from doing so.

    On the other hand, init scripts no longer need to be the lowest common denominator for compatibility.
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    Now we will see if the threat of rearguard action...

    Now we will see if the threat of rearguard action will materialise...
  3. It doest matter wh the haters do, Debian has...

    It doest matter wh the haters do, Debian has chosen systemd as the default init. It will remain so for the life of Debian 8. Even if they chase the developers away, this wont change.

    Maybe there...
  4. Useless for x86 unless there is an x86 to arm...

    Useless for x86 unless there is an x86 to arm translator? (I am not sure how modern apps work)



    Having everyone work on one interface and making that the best evarrr is always good....
  5. GalliumNine... would be used outside AMD graphics...

    GalliumNine... would be used outside AMD graphics cards?

    With nVidia I suspect for performance people use the proprietory driver.

    intel doesnt use gallium at all.

    While I would want them to...
  6. Is SteamOS based on Debian?

    Is SteamOS based on Debian? I recall reading that somewhere.

    So I suspect they will change at some point, probably after Debian 8.0 is final?
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    *whoosh*

    you have more or less decided to ignore everything from my post.

    dependency based init systems can track dependencies. but having a declarative syntax that is not linked to internal implementation...
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    Declarative syntax

    One of the greatest things systemd has done and may even survive its own demise is the declarative syntax.

    Instead of each daemon writing a long script or program to start/stop it, it just...
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    I suspect this has something to do with it:...

    I suspect this has something to do with it: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTgyNzA ?
  10. Systemd-nspawn

    Is this something like systemd-nspawn?
  11. It has its uses for enabling remote control type...

    It has its uses for enabling remote control type apps - the DWD info doesnt only have to be used for SSD/CSD, it can be sent elsewhere.

    Other than that, yes AFAIK most of the drawbacks of CSD are...
  12. AFAIK they work with bluez 4.x but not 5.x

    AFAIK they work with bluez 4.x but not 5.x
  13. Artwork looks amazing

    The artwork looks amazing. But then again, I remember the artwork for KDE4 looking absolutely amazing. IMO it turned out not so pretty.

    The concept is a little different to how gnome is doing...
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    Cisco agreed to pay all the licensing costs for...

    Cisco agreed to pay all the licensing costs for the binary decoder.

    unfortunately they did this only for the h264 decoder and not the audio codec, so its only really useful for webrtc.
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    responsiveness

    It may be placebo, but Firefox 33 seems more responsive (Windows 7).

    It may be that I read about the OMTC potentially improving things, but I can remember quite a bit of stutter in the UI which...
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    Longer term, Centos and RHEL try to keep theior...

    Longer term, Centos and RHEL try to keep theior packagesets as close as to the versions at release especially keeping a stable API for all packages.


    Scientific Linux mostly adheres to this, but...
  17. Actually no, that is where the problem lies -...

    Actually no, that is where the problem lies - with non systemd not providing the features and interfaces that udev wants.

    The headsup is that if no one does the work to provide those interfaced...
  18. There are still a few missing pieces of the...

    There are still a few missing pieces of the puzzle.

    To get to the final version of this, it requires changes to more than systemd.

    The idea is that

    1. all packages are installed to /usr (eg...
  19. That command doesnt do what you might expect:...

    That command doesnt do what you might expect: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1dAW0tHv6E
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    Used to be mostly close to 13 months (N+2 +1...

    Used to be mostly close to 13 months (N+2 +1 month), but Fedora 20 will be probably closer to 20 months.

    I do expect there to be some increases with the new product initiatives - I would expect it...
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