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  1. Yeah, I feel much the same... except with respect...

    Yeah, I feel much the same... except with respect to KDE 4+, I have no use for that.

    Also I don't feel that QT3 has such a large attach surface relative to other libraries that are more specific...
  2. Trollin' Also, Greg Kroah-Hartman is often...

    Trollin'


    Also, Greg Kroah-Hartman is often arrogant sure but he's made alot of good contributions. Unfortunately his work has been poisoned by Lennart Pottering when he basically absorbed udev...
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    Even if you can't ... since it is a reference...

    Even if you can't ... since it is a reference board it is a stepping stone to supporting other boards based on the same design.

    I think this is is.. no price listed you have to quote it....
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    Indeed I won't be a bit supprised if this...

    Indeed I won't be a bit supprised if this acutally slows adoption of GCC 5.x due to this version numbering madness.
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    Version numbers are for releases not development...

    Version numbers are for releases not development stop confusing yourself... its not like they have any relevance to the version control anyway if you want to specify a non release version you should...
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    Now with stupid version numbers!

    Now with stupid version numbers!
  7. Why anyone would adopt such a versioning scheme...

    Why anyone would adopt such a versioning scheme is beyond me...especially after all the ire Firefox has drawn over their version-bump-palolooza.
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    Yeah I could care less about arguing with him...

    Yeah I could care less about arguing with him about if I did my research or not when he doesn't even know that the VGA on this board does not work. Now if that is a firmware issue only and coreboot...
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    You be better off buying an Asus etc.... Not much...

    You be better off buying an Asus etc.... Not much more cost and better components.... I only researched some but all signs point to this being an absolute crapshoot of a board.
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    They should make it so you have to vote upon as...

    They should make it so you have to vote upon as part of the re-registration process. Possibly even making this a yearly thing with a configurable webpage. So any issues get voted on in a not worse...
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    It depends on what you want to do with the sparc...

    It depends on what you want to do with the sparc support... v8 emulation is pretty good. qemu-system-sparc It can boot just about anything although there are occasional regressions. Unfortunately it...
  12. On XWayland I imagine so.... since it is for...

    On XWayland I imagine so.... since it is for accelerating X rendering.
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    FLTK 2 is dead... completely don't every never...

    FLTK 2 is dead... completely don't every never use it :D

    Instead use FLTK 1.3 and possibly in the future 3.x. But 1.3 is where it is at these days.
  14. They should have left out the word accelerated......

    They should have left out the word accelerated... not because that isn't what they do but because it limits the scope.

    You may want to run Xorg on a framebuffer.... or even wayland. That isn't...
  15. There is no use in patting them on the back AT...

    There is no use in patting them on the back AT ALL... unless they acutally abid by the licesnse they themselves are putting back where they should be.

    If anything thier current possition is even...
  16. That is your problem... use an x86 android image...

    That is your problem... use an x86 android image with accelerator kernel module. Otherwise it will always be slow.
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    Every toolkit and library update has overall...

    Every toolkit and library update has overall gotten more bloated and slower since RedHat 6 which was probably the peak. RH 6.2 would run on 50Mhz +64Mb ram boxes like a charm. Redhat 7 was a complete...
  18. Because we ARE pushing up against physical...

    Because we ARE pushing up against physical limits. A silicon atom is 117.6 pm ... helium is 31pm! Trust me noone truely starts thinking about moving away from silicon untill they realize that the...
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    Cue .

    Cue




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  20. Not really NBD is more like iSCSI. Only one user...

    Not really NBD is more like iSCSI. Only one user can access the disk.... I have used NBD in the past for mounting large storage on a small machine IE a router or vintage computer (Sparcstation LX in...
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