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    New Ubuntu, so what did they break this time that...

    New Ubuntu, so what did they break this time that used to work?
  2. Actually Debian has supported multiple init...

    Actually Debian has supported multiple init systems for as long as I remember. At least sysv and filerc were both fully supported, but there is also a working openrc package.
  3. Both. It is a C api. Thereby a joke in itself,...

    Both. It is a C api. Thereby a joke in itself, but justified to the fanatics.
  4. Opensource LLVM or all of LLVM? Apple still has...

    Opensource LLVM or all of LLVM? Apple still has their own internal fork. It might be they will prefer to not to upstream changes now.
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    It would be even better if they didn't rasterize...

    It would be even better if they didn't rasterize it, since PDF is also a vector format.

    The Qt comment is probably due to Qt supporting OpenGL (and even native PDF) versions of QPainter for at...
  6. It does support renaming. I have no idea what...

    It does support renaming. I have no idea what they are talking about. I would guess trolling or some other reason. Also NTFS? The support for that is not fully stable.
  7. C99 is marked partial for almost all compilers....

    C99 is marked partial for almost all compilers. Some points of it turned out to be silly and never implemented. It is easier to have full support of C11 than C99.
  8. Could we get default C++11 as well then?

    Could we get default C++11 as well then?
  9. Of course C has virtual tables. How do you think...

    Of course C has virtual tables. How do you think drivers are currently implemented everywhere in the kernel? The problem with C vtables is just they have to do them by hand, which leads to tons of...
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    The problem is bash is designed to be a feature...

    The problem is bash is designed to be a feature rich user shell. Something like dash is designed to be a system shell that no user use, but is the one implicitly used for system functions.
  11. Yes, and no. The problem is that natural...

    Yes, and no. The problem is that natural distribution of quality makes the high-end the most common, while on the market most sold are low end. This means they need to criple a lot of high-end chips...
  12. Well I use KWin, but it might not be to your...

    Well I use KWin, but it might not be to your taste. In general any compositor should be able to solve the issue as well, even if you use non of the compositor effects.
  13. No it is a programming flaw in your window...

    No it is a programming flaw in your window manager. Choose a better one that is better at keeping X in sync. I haven't seen anything like that in over decade.
  14. Depressing how Debian doesn't know how to measure...

    Depressing how Debian doesn't know how to measure accesibility. They just looked at ONE api mainly used by blind people, and then concluded the desktops that support that API are the only ones...
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    Reminds me off when I wanted to replace pulse...

    Reminds me off when I wanted to replace pulse (maybe call if flatline), with something that wasn't a sound daemon but did the rest (control ALSA-channels, mange bluetooth headsets, etc). I would call...
  16. Hmm... maybe a user called "ihatemichael" is a...

    Hmm... maybe a user called "ihatemichael" is a troll? especially when posting on a site run by a guy called michael?
  17. Because if they support Linux they should support...

    Because if they support Linux they should support Linux? Anyway, hopefully all the games will work on my Debian because it is also the base of SteamOS, but really, you can't expect full support with...
  18. Works great here too. Some unoptimized areas here...

    Works great here too. Some unoptimized areas here and there, but it appears to be disk or CPU because changing graphics settings does not affect it.

    Still fun game, works great on linux. Warning:...
  19. I have more than 20 steam games on Linux, and...

    I have more than 20 steam games on Linux, and they all work, most of them perfectly. The only one that had any issue was "Quest of Infamy" because the ancient Sierra like emulator it ran on works...
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    Yeah apparently we moved to the Indian Ocean. I...

    Yeah apparently we moved to the Indian Ocean. I missed that part.
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