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  1. If its an URL it wont be searched, what a Browser...

    If its an URL it wont be searched, what a Browser understands as URL differs AFAIK.
    I believe Opera had options to only search if you added a search term ala "g search this with google". Heck you...
  2. I would be surprised if the rights to Presto...

    I would be surprised if the rights to Presto aren`t still with Opera, so this likely aint an option.
    I`m still using Opera 12 on one machine, having Chrome running on another, likely wont get ever...
  3. The C++ Filesystem will be an optional module...

    The C++ Filesystem will be an optional module AFAIR which availability you can detect via a macro.
  4. Linus will be pissed because he is spending alot...

    Linus will be pissed because he is spending alot of his free time secretly porting the Kernel to C++, and now his favorite name is gone and we will get Linux# instead.
  5. Regarding compiler bugs, I find it funny that...

    Regarding compiler bugs, I find it funny that people believe gcc has an edge there. It might be with code that does undefined/unspecified stuff and expects this to work in the "gcc way", but that...
  6. While I would appreciate MIPS being pushed alot...

    While I would appreciate MIPS being pushed alot more, the rather horrible halfassed product management was a problem ever since SGI "went bad" and the reason competitors could advance towards and in...
  7. Can it run on Chrome via java-plugin? Running a...

    Can it run on Chrome via java-plugin?
    Running a java-based browser directly is not esoteric enough for me
  8. For me it runs rather bad this time around. I...

    For me it runs rather bad this time around.
    I use debian mostly through VMWare Player and both the open-vm and the official VMWare Tools integration has horrible bugs (stuck at shutdown, broken drag...
  9. I am pretty sure x86 can do loops without using...

    I am pretty sure x86 can do loops without using registers.
    And x86 is pretty much the best example why compilers typically are better than (most) assembly programmers. The assembly you write gets...
  10. I dont know about Ubuntu, but on Debian Wheezy...

    I dont know about Ubuntu, but on Debian Wheezy and up, the packet-manager will resolve 32-bit depencies, so you dont need ia32-* wrapper, the libs just come from the 32-bit repository (if you enabled...
  11. Operating System U to the rescue!

    Operating System U to the rescue!
  12. But they only to this to take your code I way! I...

    But they only to this to take your code I way! I mean the code they gave you but then take it back! I mean they are using the code they wrote without the explicit consent off the whole Linux...
  13. Terminal Input processing aint easy (= handling...

    Terminal Input processing aint easy (= handling single characters, its not like you get a ready made string, you have to handle stuff like backspace on strings that span multiple lines), you have a...
  14. Nearly all your programs depend on glibc. By your...

    Nearly all your programs depend on glibc. By your definition its an evil monolithic glibc conspiracy!

    The detail you are missing is that you can replace the glibc part with a compatible...
  15. Since when is a vurnerability for DOS attack a...

    Since when is a vurnerability for DOS attack a security bug?
    Where is your secure data going on a denial of service?

    Maybe this is the equivalent of a homeopathic remedy, all this traffic shakes...
  16. I tested Jessie through vmware. Wow, its dog-slow...

    I tested Jessie through vmware. Wow, its dog-slow compared to Wheezy (We are using VMs at work to freeze whole dev-environments for LTS) - doesnt matter wether "classic" mode or not!
    Enabling...
  17. Yeah, just shows that you dont have to join evil...

    Yeah, just shows that you dont have to join evil big companies to lie about and hide issues.
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    While I found Xfce lacking since the months I am...

    While I found Xfce lacking since the months I am using it with Debian Jessie, this is a rather different pain than using Gnome.
    Xfce seems promising, only lacking some prime time polishing and...
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    - OOM safe - LMDB does practically no memory...

    - OOM safe - LMDB does practically no memory allocations of its own - readers require zero mallocs, writers seldom require more than 1. It can never use enough memory to drive a system into swapping;...
  20. Has nothing to do with mesa or intel, crashes...

    Has nothing to do with mesa or intel, crashes because it required a newer libc than wheezy has to offer.

    Im still using Opera 12 now and then, chrom(e|ium) still feels sluggish and unfamiliar...
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