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  1. Valve uses Debian proper which is unlikely to...

    Valve uses Debian proper which is unlikely to adopt Mir. Realistically speaking, Valve will either:
    A). Stick with X, and just hold on that until it decides otherwise <--- Likely
    B). Switch to...
  2. Despite what Martin says, if a toolkit is failing...

    Despite what Martin says, if a toolkit is failing to do that, it's a bug with the toolkit and needs to be fixed there rather than with a dozen ugly #ifdefs in your application code.
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    Speaking as an openSUSE user, it's really easy to...

    Speaking as an openSUSE user, it's really easy to set up
    basically follow this http://opensuse-guide.org/ and if there's some piece of software you want go to http://software.opensuse.org, type in...
  4. Will people quit it with this meme? Toolkits...

    Will people quit it with this meme? Toolkits exist, their job is to abstract away things like the display server. While Kwin and Mutter care about the Wayland protocol as they're implementing it,...
  5. Oi... you. Stop Necroing old threads. If you want...

    Oi... you. Stop Necroing old threads. If you want to whine about Linux's TCP/IP stack go make a thread for that, drudging up old threads is doing nothing more than inflating your post count.
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    Well, here's the question do you have anything...

    Well, here's the question do you have anything besides the basic repo set and packman enabled? If yes don't use zypper dup, it finds the absolute latest packages in all repos of what you have...
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    I see nothing on Unity's web page indicating...

    I see nothing on Unity's web page indicating support of what peppercats said and in fact the documentation clearly states they're using the mono runtime...
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    Source? a quick google search reveals no such...

    Source? a quick google search reveals no such results
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    Michael you ran the Qt Benchmarks in XRender mode...

    Michael you ran the Qt Benchmarks in XRender mode again....
    Raster has been the suggested default backend for years now.
  10. Cross Desktop Toolkit benchmarks to have Qt...

    Cross Desktop Toolkit benchmarks to have Qt running in Raster mode as opposed to XRender Mode
  11. Much more realistically by restricting it to...

    Much more realistically by restricting it to modern computers (IE Laptops running Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro):...
  12. I looked at all of those and I checked on newegg...

    I looked at all of those and I checked on newegg and the only things shipping with 2GB are netbooks... which really doesn't count.
  13. On the other hand a wait and see approach on...

    On the other hand a wait and see approach on whether Apple is going to choose to release it or not before starting such a project does have some merit
  14. At the risk of a No True Scottsman... the real...

    At the risk of a No True Scottsman... the real problem with the "UNIX Philosophy" is no true programmer blabs on about it. The same principles expressed by the UNIX philosophy have been modernized...
  15. Please do. Also could you make a thread to post...

    Please do. Also could you make a thread to post links to all the ones you've done, and Michael could you make it a sticky?
  16. You say you have ChromeBooks, but are they...

    You say you have ChromeBooks, but are they running ChromeOS? That is the critical question here, If so you're one of the few people justified in complaining about this if you choose to do so.

    And...
  17. Here's the thing though... How many people using...

    Here's the thing though... How many people using ChromeOS are doing that? If someone is exclusively running linux elsewhere they're probably not going to be running ChromeOS on a ChromeBook, instead...
  18. The problem is Intel is not a very nice company...

    The problem is Intel is not a very nice company at all, x86 CPUs are currently a duopoly because Intel was able to force everyone but VIA and AMD out of the market through the use of patents. VIA...
  19. By which he meant: If we completely banned OEMs...

    By which he meant:
    If we completely banned OEMs from using AMD parts through strongarm tactics instead of just using said tactics to force them to use mostly Intel parts and to only produce subpar...
  20. So much this... Additionally if the number of...

    So much this... Additionally if the number of people here using ChromeOS is non-Zero how many of said people are actually using ext4 on a flashdrive? Because I'm sorry to break it to you folks but...
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