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  1. Maybe you are using the extension "HTTPS...

    Maybe you are using the extension "HTTPS Everywhere"?
    Have you tried with another web browser?
  2. Are you using the extension "HTTPS Everywhere"?

    Are you using the extension "HTTPS Everywhere"?
  3. > but the packages used at the time from the...

    > but the packages used at the time from the Ubuntu Vivid archive were rather unstable
    -- Michael Larabel

    Maybe it's because it's a *beta* version? Michael Larabel already knew that before...
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    Mmm, it's been a Fedora - whatever_Fedora_has...

    Mmm, it's been a Fedora - whatever_Fedora_has marketing front since... many months?
  5. Your BSD code used by proprietary competitors to prevail against you? No, thanks

    "In the beginning, it was also to the advantage of Linux that its license, the Gnu General Public License version 2 (GPLv2) made it possible to share the efforts of many programmers but without...
  6. Digital Restrictions Management

    Well said, Mat2, I was beginning to think that nobody realized it.

    "Digital Restrictions Management" is the practice of imposing technological restrictions that control what users can do with...
  7. We keep hearing how GNU/Linux is a niche system,...

    We keep hearing how GNU/Linux is a niche system, but the analyst that takes as parameter the desktop installations to measure its success, or he is completely blind, or he is a clumsy manipulator:...
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    Have you tried Vokoscreen? Maybe it would be...

    Have you tried Vokoscreen? Maybe it would be useful in your case.
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    Yes, Luke_Wolf, you are right, most of people...

    Yes, Luke_Wolf, you are right, most of people think this way. Later they are prey of thief vendors that think long-term, that use low-cost entries, big-cost maintenances, low quality later, big-cost...
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    People can call it "political" but a lot of...

    People can call it "political" but a lot of people (and governments) realize that big companies like Microsoft are there to earn money, if they benefit from promoting vendor-lockins and closed file...
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    As Emblemparade said, if Microsoft Office is so...

    As Emblemparade said, if Microsoft Office is so important to someone to the point of stopping his moves, he can install Crossover Office (it's really a Wine) and use it. If they are able to install...
  12. stoned?

    When you see a website, or a tv channel, or a newspaper, etc. that chooses a picture of someone, but the latest WORST picture that they can find, you can think that they are manipulative xxxxxxxs.
  13. And that was good information!

    And that was good information!
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    That's true. A news site can't copy and paste PR...

    That's true. A news site can't copy and paste PR stunts.
  15. In case it's useful for someone, there's the...

    In case it's useful for someone, there's the Neo900: http://neo900.org/
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    And with a proper hardware keyboard! :-)

    And with a proper hardware keyboard! :-)
  17. Interestingly, one user wrote: And another...

    Interestingly, one user wrote:



    And another one wrote:


    The BFQ scheduler should prevents the huge slowdowns when doing operations that use a lot a hard disk but while the user tries to use...
  18. That article is "Microsoft now has one million...

    That article is "Microsoft now has one million servers – less than Google, but more than Amazon, says Ballmer".

    Some people talk like if "says Ballmer" means "it's true". Following the same logic:...
  19. > No organisation in the history of mankind has...

    > No organisation in the history of mankind has collected more data than google.

    Why some people talk like if they knew the data that every organisation collects? For example Microsoft could...
  20. Those are things to think about. “All warfare...

    Those are things to think about.

    “All warfare is based on deception.”
    -- Sun Tzu - "The Art of War"
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