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  1. Sure, if I built it myself, but the way openSUSE...

    Sure, if I built it myself, but the way openSUSE builds it, it is not co-installable. I'm unsure why that is the case.

    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:KDE_repositories#KDE_Frameworks_5_.26_Plasma_5
  2. Yes. There is no KDE 5. There is no "flag day."...

    Yes. There is no KDE 5. There is no "flag day." The transition to KDE SC 4 -> KF5 + Plasma5 + KDE Applications 5 is going to take some time, but is designed to be a smooth transition instead of the...
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    FYI, the board has a SATA power connector on it...

    FYI, the board has a SATA power connector on it to power peripherals. This is perfect for the typical use case where everything you need is on the board, except the hard drive and possibly an optical...
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    I'm pretty sure radeonsi only supports GLAMOR for...

    I'm pretty sure radeonsi only supports GLAMOR for 2D: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTEzNjk
  5. Why not just use OBS? It already supports...

    Why not just use OBS? It already supports building for Fedora, RHEL, and Centos...

    I guess here's a good rundown of pros and cons of using OBS:...
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    Put down the pitchforks and take a chill pill

    First I'd like to say that I knew nothing about Gabriel Knight until yesterday, so I'm coming at this from an outsider (which may be a good thing).

    Looking at what Jane Jensen has said, and some...
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    vmpressure_fd

    Sounds like the want the inverse of vmpressure_fd
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    http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications/Sta...

    http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications/StatusNotifierIcon

    They did implement the spec. It's too bad that the only desktop to pick this up outside of KDE is Unity.

    BTW, when not on a...
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    Personally, I was surprised that Windows 7...

    Personally, I was surprised that Windows 7 supported 32 bit processors at all, considering the system requirements for Vista. They improved things quite a bit from Vista, but I still think 7 should...
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    Hey, IBM just released a new S390 processor in...

    Hey, IBM just released a new S390 processor in 2010, the z196. Technically these processors support z/Architecture 3, which supports 64-bit mode, 32-bit data/31-bit addressing from the namesake...
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    FYI, I think the terms you're looking for are "de...

    FYI, I think the terms you're looking for are "de facto" and "de jure."
  12. Well, they could survive if they are smart about...

    Well, they could survive if they are smart about it (at least in the short/medium term). If they transition to just porting - no selling, marketing, running DRM servers, etc... Just use Steam and...
  13. That doesn't make any sense, since Xen doesn't do...

    That doesn't make any sense, since Xen doesn't do cpu emulation. The host and guest must match architecture. There might be a way to run a virtual ARM machine in QEMU running under Xen somehow, but...
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    I prefer Quixotic Qaridarium, myself...

    I prefer Quixotic Qaridarium, myself...
  15. It seems that Ubuntu gets higher marks in a lot...

    It seems that Ubuntu gets higher marks in a lot of CPU and disk intensive benchmarks, but Arch wins in media encoding benchmarks. I know that media encoding is typically helped by SIMD instructions...
  16. You could try...

    You could try http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Remote_installation or http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Network_installation for information doing remote installs of openSUSE. Supposed to support ssh, VNC, and...
  17. If I had a Ferrari, I'd love it too. Until I win...

    If I had a Ferrari, I'd love it too. Until I win the lottery, neither the aforementioned Ferrari nor a $1000 proc is worth it for me, however.
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    This is to be expected, considering I don't...

    This is to be expected, considering I don't believe any of the init scripts were converted to native systemd services for 12.1. This was done since there wasn't enough time to test both the new init...
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    Qt is actually licensed under the LGPL, which...

    Qt is actually licensed under the LGPL, which does not require a closed source application developer to get a developer license from Digia unless you do not wish to comply with the terms of the LGPL....
  20. openSUSE, not openSuSE

    I really like this site and I read it almost every day as it always brings a wealth of good information concerning desktop linux. One thing that always makes me cringe is when Michael uses the term...
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