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  1. I don't think this has anything to do with Win32.

    I don't think this has anything to do with Win32.
  2. I'd rather read articles on technologies that are...

    I'd rather read articles on technologies that are already deployed, and are yet still seeing improvement...which is actually what this article is. I've been wanting to read about C++/CLI on Linux...
  3. Why do they care if their stuff's been...

    Why do they care if their stuff's been reverse-engineered? People still have to pay Skype to make POTS calls regardless of which client's used.
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    * Reads thread title * ...

    * Reads thread title *

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!! ;):p
  5. I Have VirtualBox's Attention for Gallium3D

    I've had a bug open for a while now asking for a Gallium3D driver for VirtualBox. One of the developers (Michael) is asking questions that are beyond my knowledge.


    I would appreciate any help I...
  6. Actually, I have a binary called udffsck on my...

    Actually, I have a binary called udffsck on my brand-new Gentoo install. Only problem is, it doesn't seem to do anything as far as accepting -h or --help.
  7. I wonder where the article is that covers the...

    I wonder where the article is that covers the craptacular UDF tools we have in UNIX land. Why do I need Windows Vista/7 or Mac OS X to burn an honest UDF CD/DVD/Blu-ray?
  8. Never. To my knowledge, everything that supports...

    Never. To my knowledge, everything that supports exFAT also supports UDF. Just use that instead.
  9. FAT32 doesn't handle files larger than 4 GB and...

    FAT32 doesn't handle files larger than 4 GB and NTFS permissions on removable drives can become an issue. exFAT is for modern-day removable drives that don't need (and shouldn't have) permissions...
  10. Stability.

    Stability.
  11. For my one Windows machine, I wish they'd hurry...

    For my one Windows machine, I wish they'd hurry up with 64-bit support.
  12. Gee wiz. And I thought I was the only one who...

    Gee wiz. And I thought I was the only one who had issues in Linux. A buddy of mine is also taking panics in Mac OS X. It runs well on Windows, though.
  13. Control Brightness/Contrast via xorg.conf

    Is there a way to control brightness and contrast via xorg.conf?
  14. This guy is painting such a huge target on his...

    This guy is painting such a huge target on his head, it's not even funny. So long as he implements C# 3.0 and after, along with ASP.NET, ADO.NET and Windows Forms, he's fair game for destruction.
  15. If Mono didn't strive to be compatible with the...

    If Mono didn't strive to be compatible with the proprietary .NET, then why did Novell implement the patented namespaces?
  16. LATE COMMENT: Why not bring the base CLR to...

    LATE COMMENT: Why not bring the base CLR to Linux?
  17. I'll take C# and the base CLR. Leave out the...

    I'll take C# and the base CLR.

    Leave out the patented bullcrap.
  18. I'm continually amazed by how some people really...

    I'm continually amazed by how some people really hate Microsoft. What about Apple, or Oracle?
  19. There is still the issue of proprietary...

    There is still the issue of proprietary namespaces being implemented. These namespaces are neither open nor are they widely used on UNIX.
  20. Actually, I should probably come clean. I...

    Actually, I should probably come clean. I haven't really used C# since 2.0. I recently discovered that C# 3.0 has this neat little thing:

    Extension Methods
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