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  1. Secure boot on x86 need to have an off switch to...

    Secure boot on x86 need to have an off switch to qualify for microsft windows 8 ready or OEM certification. Then you can use the UEFI loader program to jump right into a linux kernel, or windows, or...
  2. You're missing an use case I thing. Native d3d...

    You're missing an use case I thing. Native d3d support whould allow you virtualized machined to pass graphic commands through transpearently.
  3. Before intel or google provided a binary program...

    Before intel or google provided a binary program that was jumped into to initialize RAM.

    AMD pedged support for AM3 chipsets and later, so all of them should already be native, AFIAK.
  4. My guess is it won't be too long before the DRM...

    My guess is it won't be too long before the DRM stack is ported to OS X (as it's under MIT licencense and has been partially ported to FreeBSD.
  5. And there goes my business for a while. They...

    And there goes my business for a while.

    They really should have a competent human look at these notices BEFORE they go out.
  6. Addionally the same multipicity of drivers on...

    Addionally the same multipicity of drivers on windows could give us cheaper SSD's. NTFS really isn't built for the contraints of flash, so manufactuers add fancy controllers to hide it behind a...
  7. When SMR goes mainstream, people are going to...

    When SMR goes mainstream, people are going to dust off some of these so-called obsolete file systems. Additionally variety and exprimentation are important sources of information as to what works in...
  8. Saving the world, one gram of carbon at a time....

    Saving the world, one gram of carbon at a time. 0.35% is nice, but here's hoping for 3.5%.
  9. Indeed, I'm keeping an eye for the tablet, will...

    Indeed, I'm keeping an eye for the tablet, will be especially enticing if you can put a 3-g modem mini pci-e card into it.
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    I can't exactly remember, I think I pulled it out...

    I can't exactly remember, I think I pulled it out of some Pwn2Own news/commentary. It's probably not "the" hardened profile you'd get of the base systems eselect profile, but something fairly close. ...
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    Sailfish Interface for Mer is plenty accurate, as...

    Sailfish Interface for Mer is plenty accurate, as Mer already implies a GNU/Linux.

    The KDE plasma active interface is geared towards Mer as well.

    Tizen I don't think is Mer right now, but the...
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    ChromeOS is hardened Gentoo + some other crap...

    ChromeOS is hardened Gentoo + some other crap thrown in on top. So yes it really is GNU/Linux, unlike android which tried to avoid everything GNU where it can.
  13. My guess is they may be running a tablet or...

    My guess is they may be running a tablet or convertible form-factor. In which case I'd like to get it and try to make in into a plasma-active + Mer tablet, or maybe an E19 +wayland. The intel GPU...
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    Aren't there at least two chinese componies...

    Aren't there at least two chinese componies playing around with MIPS? Longsoon, and something else?

    From what I could tell the last gen was very power efficient and there was some interest in...
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    Nonetheless there's something to be said about...

    Nonetheless there's something to be said about personal first-hand knowledge.
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    As to the tea example ... That would not be a...

    As to the tea example ...

    That would not be a violation because the obligation is created before the fact. I've accepted the promise to conduct a transaction in the near future and given you a...
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    I've torn apart binary .deb files and they are...

    I've torn apart binary .deb files and they are really quite simple.

    They contain three parts wrapped in a single ar file.

    --version info (of the .deb format, not for the package)
    --a...
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    A quantum computer large enough may not even be...

    A quantum computer large enough may not even be possible. To insure sucess with shor's algorithm you need to entangle as many qubits as bits the number you want to factor.
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    Have you actually read the GPL? From the...

    Have you actually read the GPL?


    From the GPLv2

    Section 0

    "... The "Program", below, refers to any such program or work, and a "work based on the Program" means either the Program or any...
  20. Awesome

    Looking foward to playing with E19 + wayland + systemd + efistub to see just how fast I can boot to desktop.
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