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    Good. Fsck is one of those things that need to...

    Good.

    Fsck is one of those things that need to be as robust as possible and since it usually has to be accessible early in boot ( if it is to be useful), its optimal place is within systemd.
  2. Which is why I don't trust it at all. This is...

    Which is why I don't trust it at all.

    This is a complex matter and judging by step-by--step painful staggering of open-source projects, this is an area where we can expect to hear about...
  3. v1.4a already ? Are even cards with DP v1.3...

    v1.4a already ?

    Are even cards with DP v1.3 out yet ?
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    This is what happens when sheeple run headlessly...

    This is what happens when sheeple run headlessly into new "solutions" solutions , naively believing every PR pamphlet they see.

    With big help from media sites which generously help spreading the...
  5. If I understand correctly materials from patches,...

    If I understand correctly materials from patches, 1.7 is not that big change above 1.6.

    Just a few tweaks in protocol to optimize things a bit more for smooth playback of video players etc.
  6. While I like systemd as a concept, implementation...

    While I like systemd as a concept, implementation kinda sucks.

    Especially networking part. What's wrong with doing full copy af already existing DHCP utils into systemd, tweaked to be executed as...
  7. I thought about trying but couldn't find any...

    I thought about trying but couldn't find any useful info.

    That's why pulled their git repo and found inside materials about Geode LX etc, but nothing directly relating to Alix 3D3.

    SInce it...
  8. I'm n ot so sure. Geode is OPEN - which means you...

    I'm n ot so sure. Geode is OPEN - which means you have schematics available.

    Furthermore it is cheap and and its power useage is miniscule.

    I've compiled my version of CLFS for it and use it...
  9. Eww cr*p. I'll never understand how they couldn't...

    Eww cr*p. I'll never understand how they couldn't find $$$ for a at least one guy's pay to work on OS drivers. Surely results would pay for his work many times.

    I remember scraping quite e few...
  10. For me, whole point of going for 2011-3 MoBo is 8...

    For me, whole point of going for 2011-3 MoBo is 8 memory slots. Getting "short" 4 slot version totally misses the point - you just pay quite a sum for a board with bunch of stuff you don't usually...
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    It's not directly useful,but far from useless....

    It's not directly useful,but far from useless. Given proper infrastructure solutions, there is not that much work needed to actually tweak it for support given motherboard model.
  12. First, this being essentialy x86 has very limited...

    First, this being essentialy x86 has very limited value for me. How should this be of any benefit for a user when s/he needs special compiler for the thing ?

    Once I need special environment, I...
  13. BTW, when is Hans about to be released ? It...

    BTW, when is Hans about to be released ?

    It has been quite some time now...
  14. I didn't mean to start ARM vs x86 debate, just to...

    I didn't mean to start ARM vs x86 debate, just to question attractiveness of this particular product for domestic playing around.

    Here some Intel's J1900 or AMD's 5350 seems as much cheaper and...
  15. Under what thermal profile ? I've got AM...

    Under what thermal profile ?



    I've got AM board for ~€25. ( mini -ITX version is similarly priced),I took cheapest Sempron 2650, but 5350 is €50ish or less. 4GB stick was €35. All in all...
  16. What's the point ?

    It's probably nice as cheap ARM platform to experiment with, but for anything useful, what's the point ?

    Existing x86 offers from AMD and Intel are cheaper, much more versatile ( more ports etc)....
  17. +1 For systemd guys and gals: keep up the...

    +1

    For systemd guys and gals: keep up the awesome work.

    Opposition is good sign that you are making definite progress.

    You are cutting away rotten meat, no wonder that corpses jumped up...
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    Meh. For me only useable is timeless classic...

    Meh.

    For me only useable is timeless classic design- copy of early Logitech Pilot, cheap copies of which are nowadays sold as OEM mouse literally for few ( last time I took a few for 3/pc).
    ...
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    journald is great, albeight it might not be...

    journald is great, albeight it might not be implemented optimally for my taste. It might not be essential functionally but by that standard nothing except kernel really is.

    You _could_ do without...
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    So does kernel, so what ? And BTW, I don't see...

    So does kernel, so what ?
    And BTW, I don't see the logic behibd that "single point of failure" argument.

    If you have e.g. separate e/udev and it croaks, how does that help you exactly ? Or if...
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