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  1. It's a good point. 802.11ac support is complete...

    It's a good point. 802.11ac support is complete crap as far as I've observed.

    But this is definitely a vendor support problem. If you think 802.11ac support is bad, try finding ANY Wi-Fi card...
  2. It's funny to me how the modern GNU/Linux users...

    It's funny to me how the modern GNU/Linux users complain about hardware support. Back when I started, we had to check all of our hardware on compatibility lists before even attempting to use it, and...
  3. What is your country? Sounds interesting! In...

    What is your country? Sounds interesting!

    In the USA, tax reporting is a hugely over-complicated process, requiring the constant intervention of expensive professionals. For what it's worth, I am...
  4. A lot of small businesses and sole proprietors...

    A lot of small businesses and sole proprietors are using the cloud-based accounting for their bookkeeping now. However, when they send their Quickbooks file to their CPA at tax time, they are usually...
  5. As an accountant, I can tell you most...

    As an accountant, I can tell you most professional accounting software runs almost exclusively in a Windows environment, unless you are dealing with an enterprise-level package from a group like...
  6. Sorry, but Android, Chrome web apps and iOS apps...

    Sorry, but Android, Chrome web apps and iOS apps are total crap in my experience. However, it depends on your usage. I work with huge batches of PDFs, word processor documents, and spreadsheets....
  7. Having tried Ubuntu and Arch now, I find Arch's...

    Having tried Ubuntu and Arch now, I find Arch's AUR system far easier to install development packages. Also, openSUSE is generally quite easy, with one click installs available for a large selection...
  8. That should say version 3.0.39 was released in...

    That should say version 3.0.39 was released in December, 2014.
  9. Looks like the project was successfully forked by...

    Looks like the project was successfully forked by the University of Houston - their "OpenUH" fork of Open64 is still being actively developed, with version 3.0 being released in December, 2014....
  10. Great reasons to move to Arch or Tumbleweed -...

    Great reasons to move to Arch or Tumbleweed - never having to deal with upgrade hell again.
  11. That's exactly what I do. Have you used...

    That's exactly what I do. Have you used smplayer's Youtube browser add-on? It's very cool - don't even have to go to the Youtube page to find your videos, it automagically creates youtube playlists...
  12. I'm not sure why the author would be installing...

    I'm not sure why the author would be installing Flash in this day and age. Firefox doesn't really need it anymore, with Youtube and so many services moving to HTML5 and webm and so forth. If you do...
  13. Lesser things than that are subject to patent by...

    Lesser things than that are subject to patent by proprietary companies. If nothing else, it's probably a good defensive strategy to put as much code as possible under permissive licenses.
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    It's a version called BeagleBone Black...

    It's a version called BeagleBone Black:

    http://www.ti.com/ww/en/beagleboard/product_detail_black_sm.jpg

    Description: "BeagleBone Black is a low-cost, community-supported development platform...
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    It's worth pointing out that installing LibreBoot...

    It's worth pointing out that installing LibreBoot on the ThinkPad X200 involves some physical flashing of chips with a special BeagleBoard setup:
    ...
  16. You might want to have a look at Geary - the...

    You might want to have a look at Geary - the lightweight Gnome email client. It automatically integrates with Gmail labels. Extremely lightweight, fast, and easy to set up.
  17. Love that Evolution Dark Theme ...

    Love that Evolution Dark Theme

    https://pharmaquitamblog.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/screenshot-from-2015-02-28-121226.png
  18. Here's info on the Chromebook binary blobs from...

    Here's info on the Chromebook binary blobs from John Lewis's website:
  19. John Lewis makes vanilla Coreboot images...

    John Lewis makes vanilla Coreboot images available for a wide number of Chromebooks.

    Here is a good walk-through of installing one of these vanilla Coreboot images on an Acer C720 Chromebook.
  20. My EYES!!!! Kill that wallpaper!

    My EYES!!!!

    Kill that wallpaper!
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