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  1. I stopped reading at the word amazon

    I stopped reading at the word amazon
  2. ARM is cheaper, uses less power and has largely...

    ARM is cheaper, uses less power and has largely sufficient performance for many server use cases.
  3. I'm using virt-manager as a front-end for qemu...

    I'm using virt-manager as a front-end for qemu (through libvirt) and it Just Works for me, just as easily as VB.
  4. To put it another way: if, as a developer, I...

    To put it another way: if, as a developer, I choose to release something as open-source, I may select a BSD licence, let others appropriate it and then put me out of business, or I may select the GPL...
  5. There, take it easy mate. You will have to excuse...

    There, take it easy mate. You will have to excuse me but I just don't see how having monolithic kernel where all drivers and filesystems must be in RAM even when not used is supposed to bring any...
  6. In 1969 Unix did not have Loadable Kernel...

    In 1969 Unix did not have Loadable Kernel Modules, therefore they are contrary to the Unix Philosophy, therefore they are a Bad Thing(TM).

    The next release of OpenBSD should drop support for any...
  7. Here: pulseaudio should be merged into mir. The...

    Here: pulseaudio should be merged into mir. The next version of emacs will support pulsemir and will depend on systemd. It will be implemented using GNU C extensions and as such will not compile with...
  8. Actually OpenBSD and FreeBSD are forks from...

    Actually OpenBSD and FreeBSD are forks from NetBSD, one targetted at flattering Theo's ego, the other at practicality.
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    I guess I must be the only one in the world who...

    I guess I must be the only one in the world who really, really dislikes Qt :mad:
  10. There is already PC-BSD that does exactly that.

    There is already PC-BSD that does exactly that.
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    I'm already using 3.16, does not help. I guess my...

    I'm already using 3.16, does not help. I guess my next attempt will be with the new xorg and mesa from 14.10 (I'm almost inclined to upgrade to the beta to give it a go...)

    But seriously: I know...
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    HW: CPU AMD FX8320, GPU R7 260, RAM 8GB SW:...

    HW: CPU AMD FX8320, GPU R7 260, RAM 8GB
    SW: Ubuntu 14.04 64bit, stock gfx stack (not xorg-edgers updates etc), tried with default "generic" kernel, "generic" from 14.10 and custom built 3.16.2


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    Not necessarily. AMD has at least a nice open...

    Not necessarily. AMD has at least a nice open source driver which already works well for a number of games and, moreovrer, which is improving steadily. I see the Catalyst driver as an interim fix...
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    It does not (at least in my case - when I try to...

    It does not (at least in my case - when I try to run it with the open source driver all I get is an error msg saying it could not determine opengl version or something like that).
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    Metro Last Light does not work at all with...

    Metro Last Light does not work at all with Catalyst. Granted it may not be AMD's fault strictly speaking as 4A games seem to care about Nvidia only :(
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    initramfs does that, only better. In single user...

    initramfs does that, only better. In single user mode you still need to be able to mount /bin and /sbin, and there is no reason really to assume that they would get trashed any less or more often...
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    "Traditional UNIX paradigms"

    To me, the fact that systemd, together with other Lennart projects, do not follow "traditional UNIX paradigms" is what makes them necessary. I firmly believe that *nix holds Linux back. I see why...
  18. The problem is, the same thing could also be done...

    The problem is, the same thing could also be done with ZFS, which is both the anti-lennart and BSD fanboys' committee's darling. It's going to be difficult to explain why btrfs is a Trojan horse of...
  19. Yes, of course, ReFS. Sorry.

    Yes, of course, ReFS. Sorry.
  20. MS is developing RTFS whose design and planned...

    MS is developing RTFS whose design and planned features ressemble those of BTRFS. However in its present form (Windows 2012) it is nowhere near being stable or feature complete and I have no idea how...
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