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  1. Any new regarding flickering and Ubuntu 14.04?...

    Any new regarding flickering and Ubuntu 14.04? Have you tried using newer kernels, and oibaf repo for xorg/mesa stuff?

    Also a total n00b question (Last time I did some gaming was like 15 years...
  2. Upgrading of Ubuntu / Debian systems works quite...

    Upgrading of Ubuntu / Debian systems works quite well for a while now. One could get into problems if system drifted much from stock, but even then it does not represent a true issue for people with...
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    VMware Player? Despite It received some feature...

    VMware Player? Despite It received some feature updates in the last time, like ability to create a VM, SSD pass trough etc, it is still not in the same class as VB, which offers a lot more than...
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    I would say their hardware is quite nice, and...

    I would say their hardware is quite nice, and software is mediocre, but I don't like them for other reasons.
    I am using f2fs for a while on my original (2012) Nexus 7. I think I have noticed that...
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    Just want to say thanks for working on VB, and...

    Just want to say thanks for working on VB, and wish you all the best. I hope you'll stay open source (mostly at least), and would like to see you start charging some reasonable amount even for...
  6. Exactly. Strange how good developers, who also...

    Exactly. Strange how good developers, who also consider them self to be smart, totally ignore the reality, or they really don't perceive it quite well?
    There are not enough good, 'smart' senior...
  7. Using a framework (like Zend) can help, but can...

    Using a framework (like Zend) can help, but can also make things worse. Just look what happened with ZF 2. No backward compatibility, and this is one of areas where Java shines. I actually liked...
  8. Maybe the issue is only with Sandy Bridge, don't...

    Maybe the issue is only with Sandy Bridge, don't know.
    Anyway I was never able to use Google Chrome or opera with Google maps and that is the only web application where I hit the issue.
    The lock...
  9. Google Maps

    It has the same issues with Google Maps and Intel Graphics as Chrome. Browser freezes in matter of minutes, and I have to kill it. Firefox doesn't suffer from this issue, and this is maybe the only...
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    Hmm... Well the thing is, I was using aptitude...

    Hmm... Well the thing is, I was using aptitude (What I always use.) and I had no issues with installation or upgrade of packages. Another + for aptitude ; ).
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    I can confirm this. The issue has been fixed on...

    I can confirm this. The issue has been fixed on my system with Intel Sandy Bridge graphics.
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    That is just wrong. I have updated even xorg...

    That is just wrong. I have updated even xorg packages, like nvidia and radeon package, without issues. Also other packages like opera-beta have updated just fine. But even if it were true, waiting a...
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    Sorry to hear that. You can try to follow advice...

    Sorry to hear that. You can try to follow advice from one of the recent posts, to download mesa deb packages from official Ubuntu repo, and install them manually, afterwards doing ppa-purge should be...
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    Ouch... take it easy. No one forced you to run...

    Ouch... take it easy. No one forced you to run code from live repos. Using bleeding edge doesn't come without risks.

    How fo you mean 'or anything else'? I presume you meant you cannot run...
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    I see no reason for doing ppa-purge, or anything...

    I see no reason for doing ppa-purge, or anything else at the moment, since we all have a working systems, do we? So we should just wait a bit, until oibaf's fix arrives.
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    Thanks a bunch. For me there is no going back it...

    Thanks a bunch. For me there is no going back it seems : ), ppa-purge wants to purge a half of my system.
  17. Thanks, also to @vein. I was working mainly with...

    Thanks, also to @vein. I was working mainly with jdbc and prepared statements directly in my few projects, and with hibernate when collaborating/I had to. In the last time I am looking into JOOQ and...
  18. Could you please mention that equivalent of LINQ...

    Could you please mention that equivalent of LINQ for Java that I am not aware of?
  19. I like int x = 4; For me it is easier to read,...

    I like int x = 4; For me it is easier to read, and I know everyone reading the code will know that 4 is not a string or object, but a primitive int 4. Other things like setters, new Object etc, from...
  20. Really don't know why responding to someone with...

    Really don't know why responding to someone with such silly attitude towards java. He obviously had issues to grasp it, but he talks about other dumb kids, which are btw a quite important factor in...
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