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    I don't think fedora has even hit an alpha...

    I don't think fedora has even hit an alpha release yet.. so yeah, finding the nightlies does tend to be a bit of a pain because you're not really supposed to be using them.

    Also yeah, the online...
  2. Are you USING that ram for anything? Unused RAM...

    Are you USING that ram for anything? Unused RAM is wasted RAM so unless there is a memory leak or the DE is itself taking up more than 50% of my RAM... I'm not really worried. Hardware improves,...
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    Hey, Michael, whats up with the 'ff' 's in the...

    Hey, Michael, whats up with the 'ff' 's in the article text?? Looks like you were mixing and matching fonts
  4. What happens to gummiboot is up to Key Sievers...

    What happens to gummiboot is up to Key Sievers since he is the author of gummiboot. I'm going to -guess- that it will be dropped in favor of sd-boot, but if someone wanted to pick up gummiboot they...
  5. btrfs checksums all data on the system. Ars has a...

    btrfs checksums all data on the system. Ars has a write up on BTRFS: http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2014/01/bitrot-and-atomic-cows-inside-next-gen-filesystems/ where they do some...
  6. Hey, just a heads up. Current reliability winner...

    Hey, just a heads up. Current reliability winner for HDD's is HGST. Western Digital is their parent company but HGST has their own products so don't assume "Oh WD owns HGST, WD's the same." They're...
  7. Now, when you say its an external usb hard...

    Now, when you say its an external usb hard drive... is it an external hard drive (read: spinning) that runs over a USB connection? Or is it a 64GB (or more) USB flash drive?
  8. Currently one a log is detected as corrupted it...

    Currently one a log is detected as corrupted it is removed from the rotation and marked with a "~" in the /var/log/journald directory. Whenever someone invokes journalctl to display log output it...
  9. Look for commonalities. Are the entries always...

    Look for commonalities. Are the entries always the same processes? Looking at corrupted entries vs non-corrupted ones can you tell what parts of the log might be 'corrupted' ? What filesystem are you...
  10. No.. you don't KNOW whether or not...

    No.. you don't KNOW whether or not rsyslog/syslog-ng were giving you corrupted logs because there wasn't a check FOR corrupted logs. You would've never known, at least with journald you get told...
  11. Interesting feature.

    Interesting feature.
  12. Yeah the GTK / GNU release style.. never really...

    Yeah the GTK / GNU release style.. never really got the point of it, like it just seems like it'd be confusing for newcomers since theyd be trying to find the odd numbered versions naturally assuming...
  13. You mean the inclusion of Kdbus? Swapping out...

    You mean the inclusion of Kdbus? Swapping out iptables for nftables? Splitting GPU drivers into render-nodes? "Major" changes don't just get tossed in and happen all at once, they happen...
  14. Noooooooooope, no luck needed here. Everything's...

    Noooooooooope, no luck needed here. Everything's working perfectly fine out of the box. Last time I had to fight with my sound system was one time on Arch when I decided to try out OSS back during...
  15. Version numbers as a whole are completely...

    Version numbers as a whole are completely arbitrary anyway, they matter yes (in relation to eachother) but they as a whole scheme are arbitrary. There's no "pointless breakage" either, apps that only...
  16. Working perfectly fine here on Fedora, Intel HDA.

    Working perfectly fine here on Fedora, Intel HDA.
  17. So the question is... Buy a T450s now or wait...

    So the question is... Buy a T450s now or wait until Sktlake Core U hits?
  18. They've been slowly removing java bit by bit...

    They've been slowly removing java bit by bit since the fork was created. Ever release removes a little bit more
  19. Linux is, for the most part, a meritocracy. Those...

    Linux is, for the most part, a meritocracy. Those who do the work are the ones who decide direction. Anyone that doesn't like systemd should put in the work to maintain a non-systemd version (ala...
  20. Wow, Black, cool it. Soup's post was pretty...

    Wow, Black, cool it. Soup's post was pretty reasonable and well sounded, but yours is coming off more like an attack against him for not thinking btrfs / systemd is stable right now.
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