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    Agreed. I've been using Fedora for my main home...

    Agreed. I've been using Fedora for my main home desktop environment since FC1, skipping only FC15. But I dual boot CentOS, and installed CentOS 6.6 on my workstation and CentOS 7.0 on my UEFI...
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    While SL tries to stay very very very close to...

    While SL tries to stay very very very close to RHEL, they do have several quirky user base requirements (parse that as you will). At least two of them derive from SL catering to large multi-user...
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    On another point, it is now four months after...

    On another point, it is now four months after RHEL 7.0 went GA. Not knocking SL in anyway, but does anyone know if SL 7.0 iso is the same packages as RHEL 7.0 GA iso, or is the SL 7.0 iso an update...
  4. Still using... older hardware. When PTS...

    Still using... older hardware. When PTS benchmakrs show my "ancient" 2500k cpu benches less than 97 percent of its New! Improved!! Now with even more Intel Inside!!! younger siblings, guess its time...
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    Hmmmm.... and just what new devices would one...

    Hmmmm.... and just what new devices would one plug into the USB port of a Power3 workstation? And as the article noted, it appears nobody is running Linux on these anymore anyway. Doesn't mean they...
  6. Believe me, I would if you were but alas... :)...

    Believe me, I would if you were but alas... :)
    Compiled qtcreator against 5.3.1 from git after the 3.2 RC1 announcement, and grabbed EmacsKey.kms -- it isn't in git yet -- from...
  7. Thanks dantii. I had seen your FAQ, and also "yum...

    Thanks dantii. I had seen your FAQ, and also "yum info'd wt". Wt is much more mature and has way more documentation and examples (yeah, I know). OTOH, Qt is what I'm increasingly basing the rest of...
  8. But apart from the web site, what of complex...

    But apart from the web site, what of complex and/or compute intensive web applications that might (conceivably) be better written in C++? And if such are to be server-side (where else?), does one...
  9. Well okay. And I'm familiar/code with Qt5 so...

    Well okay. And I'm familiar/code with Qt5 so that's a plus. But is there a compelling reason to use Cutelyst rather than say the (somewhat) more mature Wt webtoolkit?
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    But where's the fun in that? Sorry guys, I've...

    But where's the fun in that? Sorry guys, I've been an unrepentant Fedora luser since its RedHat 6.3 daze: only release I missed (though not much) was F15, which I sat out while LXDE and XFCE...
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    Part of me was hoping the delayed F-21 release...

    Part of me was hoping the delayed F-21 release would allow the team to focus on mature stability, rather than bleedingedgekitchensinkcandystoreitis. But then it wouldn't be Fedora, so what would be...
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    Whatever. Thanks to Michael for the heads-up!...

    Whatever. Thanks to Michael for the heads-up! :cool:
  13. Not to derail the thread with stats or anything,...

    Not to derail the thread with stats or anything, but macpacheco might be interested in a table compiled by Brian Wang: Deaths-per-TWh By Energy Source:



    Energy Source ...
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    Thanks Kalrish. I always get misty-eyed when...

    Thanks Kalrish. I always get misty-eyed when geeks go idealistic. :) Joke. I do, and also recognize your advocacy of something a bit beyond coffee-house idealism. Obligatory bumper sticker on the...
  15. Japanese-American ESBWR and AP-1000 designs are...

    Japanese-American ESBWR and AP-1000 designs are admittedly the worlds best bar none. But I wouldn't write Rosatom off just yet: their WER PWR series is no slouch, as witnessed by an impressive slew...
  16. Thanks Michael, that is one poignantly enduring...

    Thanks Michael, that is one poignantly enduring photo shoot. Those interested in What Went Wrong might wish to browse WNA's article: Chernobyl Accident 1986.
  17. Alpha Artifacts ?

    Okay, so I'm a newbie. Only tangentially related to this article, but I recently wrote some C++ code that overlays two photographic images with alpha blending. Compositing is done with QtPainter, Qt...
  18. Anaconda has changed quite a bit -- but not in...

    Anaconda has changed quite a bit -- but not in that regard. I include Xfce and Gnome in my install, though anymore Cinnamon has gotten so good I don't actually much use Xfce. (Though its still good...
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    yum install MyPasswordSafe ftw ;)

    yum install MyPasswordSafe ftw ;)
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    Okay. I'm back and my Heisenbug is good. The yum...

    Okay. I'm back and my Heisenbug is good. The yum update from rescue DVD fixed the recursive-login problem so I didn't need to reinstall, and Cinnamon and yumex are better than ever. qt-5.2.0 is...
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