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    Sticky: Slackware

    ~1993, and it took 1 metric crapton of floppies. Luckily that was back in the day when Computer City (now gone) had some awesome deals on 100 packs of floppies.
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    I'm looking at it on the virtualization front as well

    For me I don't give a rats about the gaming or desktop app performance which is what keeps getting benchmarked. :) How does it handle 4 VM's, and 3 of them have 2 vCPU's? For that type of load,...
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    Server mobos do need very short boot times. Shorter than Desktops actually

    I can see why you would think that though, but obviously are around the enterprise server market and not in the embedded server market. Servers are EXACTLY where short boot times are needed. When...
  4. To me, back in the 80's/90's the menus following...

    To me, back in the 80's/90's the menus following the windows were less useful on the desktop (and made much less sense) with small/low resolution (800x600 and 1024x768) monitors back in the olden...
  5. Hard to argue that. Unity would have had to have...

    Hard to argue that. Unity would have had to have been production ready by Alpha2 with the understanding if it wasn't, it would be pulled out in Alpha 3. That way the fallback to Gnome2 would have...
  6. Good point. Kubuntu for better or worse is like...

    Good point. Kubuntu for better or worse is like the forgotten stepchild sometimes. This might be one of the better times to be forgotten. :)

    Don't get me wrong, I don't necessarily have a...
  7. Luckily Kubuntu 11.04 has been quite stable since Alpha 3.

    I suspect Xubuntu and Lubuntu are the same way. The main experimentation and breakage seems to have been around Ubuntu. Due to strange/improperly unexplained decisions starting with 10.04's UI,...
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