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  1. There's a longer "short list" on the systemd...

    There's a longer "short list" on the systemd introductory post, and a lot more (explanations of why systemd was created, what it can do, etc.). I recommend reading it if you haven't yet and you have...
  2. Let's see...parallel OR (inclusive) ordered...

    Let's see...parallel OR (inclusive) ordered start-up of services (as configured); automatic restart of crashed services (if desired); socket, path, device, etc. activation of services; forked daemon...
  3. (edit: fwiw, I know you didn't. I quoted the...

    (edit: fwiw, I know you didn't. I quoted the story you asked someone to point out flaws in, and I was referencing it in my question) If you want it to "just work" and other solutions aren't able to...
  4. So, how do the clients (or, "subsequent...

    So, how do the clients (or, "subsequent services") find out that the service is available normally? Is it a PID file? Does it listen on a SOCKET? How does OpenRC determine when the service is...
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    The demo starts for me in wine, but after the...

    The demo starts for me in wine, but after the loading screen I just get a blue screen with a black box and some cool music. ;)

    radeonsi on HD 7770.
  6. I wouldn't be surprised if it was limited by...

    I wouldn't be surprised if it was limited by things other than the PCIe bandwidth before it reached x16 speeds anyway, but if you really wanted to there's nothing preventing you from modifying it to...
  7. I disagree, I think 'ls -lh | less' is just as...

    I disagree, I think 'ls -lh | less' is just as useful, or moreso, depending on what your purpose is. Another one I like is 'find . --name foo* |grep -i bar', or even, 'find . |grep foo |grep bar'. ;)...
  8. ...really? Maybe because, I dunno, 'ls' has one...

    ...really? Maybe because, I dunno, 'ls' has one purpose while 'grep' has an entirely different one? On the other hand, you might be considered more-or-less sane if you merged 'less' and 'more', and...
  9. --march=native (and usually -O3) compiled code is...

    --march=native (and usually -O3) compiled code is useless unless you're running gentoo or the like (or compiled the program for your own special purpose), since in most cases (in most distributions)...
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    Oh btw, gold is in binutils by default on...

    Oh btw, gold is in binutils by default on ArchLinux. I think -fuse-linker-plugin -fuse-ld=gold in compiler options works for enabling it, but I don't know how to verify that at the moment.
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    I don't see why you need his code to validate the...

    I don't see why you need his code to validate the claim that ld.gold is faster than default ld. You might as well complain that you don't have a Xeon processor while you're at it.
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    Sure you can (just not with his code), just...

    Sure you can (just not with his code), just follow the advice given in the discussed article, and maybe this too, and compile your favorite program once with gnu ld and once with gold. Simple enough,...
  13. Meh, if you want small, there's DSL, Puppy, and...

    Meh, if you want small, there's DSL, Puppy, and Tiny Core Linux. If you want smaller, you are probably custom making your own distribution. Either way, you don't have to deal with systemd, and if the...
  14. Weston, unless you mean rootless. It wouldn't...

    Weston, unless you mean rootless. It wouldn't make much sense either way, but whatever. lol :p
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    Some people may find the weekly bundle more...

    Some people may find the weekly bundle more interesting, in this case. ;)
  16. Probably what I like most about this. While it...

    Probably what I like most about this. While it doesn't happen often, sometimes there's that "oops" moment when you restart after a crash and realise you've just wiped the log you needed to...
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    Those cables aren't braided... This...

    Those cables aren't braided...

    This is a braided cable. :p
  18. I used Maxthon about 5 years ago. It was pretty...

    I used Maxthon about 5 years ago. It was pretty good back then...I liked it, at least. It was much more stable than IE, I think it supported multiple render engines at the time, and had some other...
  19. Well sure, if you go to the linked blog post...

    Well sure, if you go to the linked blog post (from the second comment I quoted on the wiki), that's exactly what he (Martin) does.

    From what I understood, they planned to implement the system...
  20. Nope: [/URL] And from the same page:...

    Nope:
    [/URL]
    And from the same page:
    [URL="http://community.kde.org/KWin/Wayland#Wayland_Support_in_Plasma"]
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