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  1. Ribbons are tabs, can tabs be patented? Jensen...

    Ribbons are tabs, can tabs be patented?

    Jensen Harris: An Office User Interface Blog
    Office 97 was the version that made people think Office was "bloated" because the user interface had begun to...
  2. Thinkpad have 70 degrees C cutoff before they...

    Thinkpad have 70 degrees C cutoff before they start throttling. Comparing only a single parameter does not add much value to the result. Sustained CPU frequency and temperature graph would add more...
  3. X still has better performance in Fedora than...

    X still has better performance in Fedora than Wayland, there is still work to do. It will be worth waiting! :cool:
  4. He made Quest for Glory V. And Quest for Glory V...

    He made Quest for Glory V. And Quest for Glory V is awesome. So he is better than all of you and accomplished more in life than all of you ever will.
  5. If a GR would force me to support arbitrary init...

    If a GR would force me to support arbitrary init systems, i would simply resign if I were a maintainer.

    I can only support the init system I use, and unless someone contributes a patch, there...
  6. Thread: Troll problems

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    Troll problems

    It appears there is a major troll problem in the Linux community these days.

    Systemd, #gamergate, Debian, LKML... trolls everywhere celebrating their hate, but not contributing code... :mad:
    ...
  7. Well, read what "monit" is that I mentioned... It...

    Well, read what "monit" is that I mentioned... It can also check various protocols like http.

    Sysvinit can start, but not restart (Except for gettys, that is).

    This includes deadlocked...
  8. Sysvinit can restart a getty - because it doesn't...

    Sysvinit can restart a getty - because it doesn't detach.

    It doesn't support this with shell based "sysv init scripts".

    Also monitoring != running /etc/init.d/blah status manually to check if...
  9. Actually systemd is really nice for servers. ...

    Actually systemd is really nice for servers.

    With sysvinit, if your daemon dies, it does not care.
    Because it was started by a friggin shell script, which actially quit the very first second.
    ...
  10. You mean "for all intents and purposes" :) ...

    You mean "for all intents and purposes" :)

    (Sorry for the pedantry... but that always bugs me)
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    First thing I tend to do on KDE systems is to...

    First thing I tend to do on KDE systems is to disable desktop effects. Just wondering what results would be with such a setting ...
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    Ubuntu doing what they do best...

    Ubuntu doing what they do best...
  13. What SSH server is running on your machines?...

    What SSH server is running on your machines? :cool:
  14. No. OpenBSD works great on my server and on my...

    No. OpenBSD works great on my server and on my Thinkpad X220. X is accelerated, runs at full resolution, and all without root privileges. Seems like a pretty modern system to me.



    I can install...
  15. All endman ever does is lie. I believe that he is...

    All endman ever does is lie. I believe that he is the same idiot behind the About the BSDs blog, which claims that the FreeBSD Foundation spent almost a million dollars on beer for FreeBSD devs....
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    I watched a video of it here...

    I watched a video of it here. I know its not a nice thing to criticize someone else's work, especially when I can't do something equivalent or better, but I'm sincerely not saying this to be mean or...
  17. I think this would benefit your site more than...

    I think this would benefit your site more than "enough premium interest". What is the point of comparing FPS under Linux if we don't know the "best" performance (or the performance it should be) with...
  18. @Michael: Could you please add benchmarks with...

    @Michael:
    Could you please add benchmarks with the same hardware running Windows? So we can compare the performance under Linux with what the performance should be like!

    Thank you!
  19. BSD seems to be where all the fun is. Is it...

    BSD seems to be where all the fun is. Is it because of the Pottering nonsense or what?
  20. NuBSD will bring more security than HardenedBSD

    IMHO, NuBSD will bring more security than this shiny HardenedBSD project.

    http://nubsd.mtjm.eu/
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