Search:

Type: Posts; User: RahulSundaram; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.26 seconds.

  1. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,650

    You will have to test that for yourself but it is...

    You will have to test that for yourself but it is part of the Xorg release and has met the basic requirements.
  2. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,650

    Individuals may have a need for XWayland (not...

    Individuals may have a need for XWayland (not necessarily X itself) for a very long time to run older apps. It is not realistic to expect that Wayland will replace X for all users. It will be a...
  3. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,650

    Realistically, you want both since some X apps...

    Realistically, you want both since some X apps are never going to get ported over.
  4. Running EOL releases isn't really a good strategy...

    Running EOL releases isn't really a good strategy for most users due to security issues but fwiw, a master archive for all releases is available at...
  5. Replies
    10
    Views
    1,650

    It is part of Xorg now. Not Wayland or Weston...

    It is part of Xorg now. Not Wayland or Weston releases.
  6. GNOME 3.14 has made considerable progress but...

    GNOME 3.14 has made considerable progress but there are a number of issues that will be fixed in future revisions beyond that and XWayland will be needed for other older programs for a very long time.
  7. It turns out that writing a fresh simple...

    It turns out that writing a fresh simple reference implementation is much more easier than porting over a full fledged desktop environment with decades of dependencies on a core graphics layer while...
  8. Ah ok. Thanks for the clarification. FWIW, I...

    Ah ok. Thanks for the clarification. FWIW, I consistently use systemd even if a sentence starts with the name.
  9. Eric was making the same point. What was your...

    Eric was making the same point. What was your reply to him about?
  10. Do you have any trouble understanding what it...

    Do you have any trouble understanding what it says? It seems pretty clear to me.

    "Yes, it is written systemd, not system D or System D, or even SystemD. And it isn't system d either. Why? Because...
  11. Replies
    445
    Views
    55,245

    I would say, security through obscurity isn't...

    I would say, security through obscurity isn't full security. The security feature is not just because it is binary. Refer to https://lwn.net/Articles/512895/
  12. I wouldn't disagree with the notion that IT pros...

    I wouldn't disagree with the notion that IT pros don't use such tools. Our toolset has many such tools and we rely on them all the time. Non technical users aren't going to use an advanced storage...
  13. setting aside the fact you aren't talking the...

    setting aside the fact you aren't talking the developers but interacting with regular forum users I view the relationship to be more symbiotic. Not so one sided as you think
  14. Replies
    18
    Views
    2,844

    No because https which is insecure lures users...

    No because https which is insecure lures users with a false sense of insecurity
  15. Interesting fantasy you have

    Interesting fantasy you have
  16. Just in case, you were genuinely unaware of the...

    Just in case, you were genuinely unaware of the meaning of the phrase "off the hook"

    http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/off+the+hook

    Yes, you do have an obligation to own up to your mistake.
  17. Replies
    445
    Views
    55,245

    That was due to people sending patches. Nothing...

    That was due to people sending patches. Nothing to do with micro kernels. systemd is already more modular than people seem to think it is
    ...
  18. You are engaging in deflection. That doesn't let...

    You are engaging in deflection. That doesn't let you off the hook for bringing race into a discussion where it does not belong. Lets see if you will own up to that.
  19. While neither was tasteful, you have compounded...

    While neither was tasteful, you have compounded the problem by bringing race into the discussions.
  20. This is a really poor excuse for bringing up race...

    This is a really poor excuse for bringing up race in discussions that has nothing to do with race. It desensitizes people from discussing about it when there are actual racial problems. You...
Results 1 to 20 of 100
Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4