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  1. No one gets anything out of denying the...

    No one gets anything out of denying the possibility that they could be wrong. If you don't go into a discussion open to the possibility of leaving with a different opinion, then you've got such an...
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    It's also worth noting that a modified version of...

    It's also worth noting that a modified version of runit is a part of busybox.
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    I couldn't manage to find any references to the...

    I couldn't manage to find any references to the source repository, but here it is to clone from anyway: http://smarden.org/git/runit.git
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    Again, I'll mention runit because out of all the...

    Again, I'll mention runit because out of all the ones not normally mentioned, it does have an active maintainer who also maintains it and other packages for Debian. There also exists a...
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    There were always "serious" init systems around,...

    There were always "serious" init systems around, and the uselessd page mentions that and there certainly was a false tricotomy of systemd, sysvinit, and upstart with occassionally a sprinkle of...
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    Saying that "this does not necessarily tie it to...

    Saying that "this does not necessarily tie it to systemd, but only to kdbus" is more transparently said as "this does not tie it to systemd, but only to a subset of systemd". While kdbus itself...
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    I can understand that, and my statement that it...

    I can understand that, and my statement that it was "succeeding at running on BSD" is a misleading overstatement of the situation, but the only people who can get something to work are the ones who...
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    There's a large difference between what's...

    There's a large difference between what's low-level and what's high-level. A new init system isn't a problem for anyone in any situation. Problems only arose when systemd was a lot more than an init...
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    I think you and a lot of other people should...

    I think you and a lot of other people should re-read that whole page. That was posted over a year and half ago and systemd's changes as well as the presence of this project has made a lot of things...
  10. Michael, if you haven't fixed it already, there's...

    Michael, if you haven't fixed it already, there's an error on the page:

    <a href='http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTc3MzM">

    That first ' should be a "
  11. Here's the link to the repository: ...

    Here's the link to the repository:

    https://uglyman.kremlin.cc/gitweb/gitweb.cgi?p=systembsd.git
  12. I've been running this for a month with a Radeon...

    I've been running this for a month with a Radeon HD 6750 as a primary and a Radeon X300 as an output slave. Biggest annoyance was cursor flickering on the outputs connected to the primary graphics...
  13. Given that Firefox uses out of process plugins,...

    Given that Firefox uses out of process plugins, Silverlight is an NPAPI plugin, and nspluginwrapper can allow browsers to use plugins of a different architecture, is it feasible for someone to code a...
  14. After hearing you talk about it, this seems to at...

    After hearing you talk about it, this seems to at least be an interesting endeavor. I do have my own questions about where you're trying to take this though.

    Your real competitors seem to be ALSA...
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