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    Sticky: Caldera did not become SCO, as SCO was founded in...

    Caldera did not become SCO, as SCO was founded in 1979. Linus himself was only 10 years old then, so his Linux project was still a number of years off from even starting.
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    Well the mess as you call it that is sysVinit has...

    Well the mess as you call it that is sysVinit has never let me down yet. So I cannot fathom what is safer than infallible. In any event systemd is a far bigger mess than sysV is. Explain the quantity...
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    +1 to that!

    +1 to that!
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    Me being the user I have to take my own side on...

    Me being the user I have to take my own side on this issue. The hardware does not seem to be having a difficult time of handling things on its end either. All of this being the case I fail to...
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    What exactly is so awful about the present init...

    What exactly is so awful about the present init system that it needs to be replaced? Is your system not booting up now? My i3 with a mechanical hard drive boots up in 5 seconds running a regular...
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    So, you like less files do you? You do realize...

    So, you like less files do you? You do realize that systemd needs more than 10 times as many files as init does don't you? As in init takes about 75 and systemd needs over 900! Oh but you'll be...
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    Based on the content of your brief comment it is...

    Based on the content of your brief comment it is clear to me that you lack even a rudimentary grasp of Linux. I mean how can you use numbers to declare winning on an OS that does not even have a...
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    So, what you're trying to say is you know nothing...

    So, what you're trying to say is you know nothing about automobiles, or Linux right? When you learn about either you may come to find that neither is simple. Your opinion might actually have some...
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    pussaudio is not accepted here.

    pussaudio is not accepted here.
  10. With nVidia Life is Good

    That is how I've been operating. If I hear a lot of wonderful things about AMD from credible sources I may have to reevaluate my present stance. But as things are now nVidia just works better than...
  11. A case could be made

    Perhaps Linus Torvalds was the worst thing that happened for GNU. Maybe it was the the environment that Linus created that enabled nVidia to operate as it has? Sure Linus created Linux, but if he...
  12. You ran those games in Linux?

    I think I read elsewhere in this thread that AMD is different in Windows than Linux so where you ran them would matter.
  13. Never is a long time

    I never look at AMD now, but things change. One change I've noticed is AMD has been making positive progress when it comes to Linux. So I am not going to discount them for all of time. I just do not...
  14. No, that is not it

    I did some looking myself in hopes of finding something related but the signal to noise ratio on the topic is far too high, and my resources far too limited to have succeeded. I guess you'll just...
  15. I doubt it was you

    Unless you were working for ATI over 10 years ago now. That is when the legendary backpedal occurred. Like all of the other random people on the Internet I didn't take notes, but I don't forget...
  16. As I see it

    Right now I'm getting a feeling we may all be rooting for our favorite dinosaur. The days of the big CPU may be drawing to a close, or perhaps the days of the small CPU being big enough might just be...
  17. The field is wide open

    Perhaps what you say is true. If it is then players should step up to the plate and give it their best shots. Right now the undeniable heavy hitter is Intel, and fans are not finding it difficult to...
  18. I know where my Cyrix chip is

    So I obviously know who they were, and what happened to it too. It was fast, but it identified itself as a 486, so that hampered its performance with 586 applications.
  19. Where do you think I got those numbers from?

    That is the output from Darkplaces with the benchmark switch. The Blob has nothing to do with it. Don't make me go get LordHavoc to spank you! He uses AMD by the way. At least I think that is what he...
  20. You're absolutely right

    What tans my hide is AMD has said some things, then done others. I'd be more on their side if either they didn't promise the Moon, yet fail to deliver, or just were more consistent. I'll admit...
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