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  1. They must employ coders that think optimization...

    They must employ coders that think optimization is using every bit of processor power, instead leaving some for the OS to do it's thing. I have worked with such a coder.... he couldn't grasp the...
  2. Where was it 40% off? I would have bought it...

    Where was it 40% off? I would have bought it last night for that much, but Steam shows 16% off. I pretty much own all the Civiliztation games, though admittedly, my favorite is still the second...
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    Yeah, that was what I was hinting at. I would...

    Yeah, that was what I was hinting at. I would prefer good ol' text files as well. They worked, were very functional, and never had issues. But this is the new world...where peiple use ridiculous...
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    Actually with nmcli and nmtui, it pretty much is...

    Actually with nmcli and nmtui, it pretty much is a nice replacement for the old systemconfig-network (or whatever that utility was on redhat based systems). My biggest problem with Network Manager...
  5. Yeah, that would be the equivalent of the...

    Yeah, that would be the equivalent of the networking.service file under Debian. It isn't so much that it isn't working (it is the part that does) it's that Network Manager (which is supposed to be...
  6. I find it rather pathetic that so many people are...

    I find it rather pathetic that so many people are pissed off at the GNOME project for using an existing API rather than writing their own like so many others do. I bet if all the other various *nix...
  7. Sounds like you need to borrow my 'eskimo' coat,...

    Sounds like you need to borrow my 'eskimo' coat, you hoser. :D
  8. Correction, it IS sold out. I only barely heard...

    Correction, it IS sold out. I only barely heard of it and it's gone. Sad days. Though it looks like they have a 'Next 2000'. I've played a bit with the Jolla launcher on my Note 3, and I wish I...
  9. Sweet baby Jesus! So many toys, so little...

    Sweet baby Jesus! So many toys, so little money... I need to upgrade my video card more than I need a tablet though. Damn, if I'd known that Jolla was going to come out with a tablet, I wouldn't...
  10. Ha, pretty much same question I'd have, either...

    Ha, pretty much same question I'd have, either Arch Linux or Debian Jessie.

    I've been dying for a tablet I could run Gnome Shell on. Unfortunately with PowerVR, I'm guessing Gnome-Shell would...
  11. Does that mean I'm one of the few people that are...

    Does that mean I'm one of the few people that are mostly just system administrators and am not a programmer, but I do prefer systemd? Not having to dink around with big fat init scripts and having...
  12. I'll have to agree with you there. Hell, it took...

    I'll have to agree with you there. Hell, it took RHEL forever to even add ext4 support, when all other distributions had already been using it by default for a long time.
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    This is great news, would be fantastic for me to...

    This is great news, would be fantastic for me to be able to upgrade my heavily patched / and backported Wheezy server to Jessie. Features they've added between Wheezy and Jessie are HUGE. Proper...
  14. From what I understand, Ubuntu doesn't really...

    From what I understand, Ubuntu doesn't really make any money at all. What little it does make is from support, and OEM partners. Most people who use the server edition know what they're doing and...
  15. If that's what you're looking for, why not use...

    If that's what you're looking for, why not use Debian? Just stick with Testing, updated it once in a while and be good to go. That's what I do for my desktops, then I stick with Debian Stable for...
  16. Ah, Ubuntu again trying to weasel their way into...

    Ah, Ubuntu again trying to weasel their way into Enterprise servers.

    They should just give up on that and concentrate on trying to be a Desktop alternative to Windows users that don't want to dig...
  17. You're high if you think that's the case. ...

    You're high if you think that's the case. Microsoft lays down the DX spec, the graphics card companies try to add support for the features to be feature parity with the other guys, but they also add...
  18. At least the slippage prevention feature is going...

    At least the slippage prevention feature is going to be added into mainline kernel for the 3.20 branch. But Ubuntu will include it earlier, so that they have the most crash prone kernel.
  19. But of course you'll first have to wait for the...

    But of course you'll first have to wait for the community to reverse engineer the binary blob that is required for full functionality of the mouse pad.
  20. This is the bit people are referring to; ...

    This is the bit people are referring to;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOO5S4vxi0o

    I mentioned the bit about icons you don't click on based on what happens during this scene (though I couldn't...
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