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    MariaDB

    Does anyone have any ideas why they forked MySQL instead of working with the MariaDB community?
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    I say use EGL. Who cares if a proprietary driver...

    I say use EGL. Who cares if a proprietary driver doesn't support it, yet. There's nothing that can be done about that, but wait. If I remember correctly, we're expecting Nvidia to release a driver...
  3. Why re-invent .msi files? There are reasons I'm...

    Why re-invent .msi files? There are reasons I'm trying to get away from Windows, and the fact that the traditional package systems used by most linux distros is superior to the crap they've been...
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    Argh... Why do they make me hate supporting the...

    It doesn't.[/QUOTE]

    Argh... Why do they make me hate supporting the development of their open driver by not supporting current X.org releases with their closed driver? My next gaming GPU will be...
  5. It does make me wonder how much power usage under...

    It does make me wonder how much power usage under linux would improve by simply implementing the missing ACPI functionality, though.
  6. It would be nice if we could get an update on...

    It would be nice if we could get an update on this, though. It's frustrating having RAID 10 eating all my disk space.
  7. Direct or Gummiboot

    They could boot directly to a signed kernel from UEFI, which shouldn't be that hard. If they don't like that option, there's always Gummiboot.
  8. Direct or Gummiboot

    You know, if they don't want to boot a signed kernel directly from UEFI which isn't that hard, they can just use this.
  9. Games?

    If BSD is so much slower than Linux, how did that article a while back come about that showed BSD was faster at running native Linux games?
  10. On Fedora and Arch

    Not sure about the openSUSE emplimentation, but systemd has worked pretty much flawlessly for me on Fedora, and hasn't given me much to complain about on Arch. The only issues I've run into are...
  11. Free SSH Shell on Every Ubuntu Box

    Does this mean that if I have an UbuntuOne account that, once this is released, I'll be able to ssh into every machine running this version of Ubuntu?
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