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  1. Actually it is quite on point. As long as the...

    Actually it is quite on point. As long as the Nouveau driver has sufficient performance to enable me to play the games I want to play, I don't really care how many more FPS the binary blob can...
  2. - and they need it badly.

    - and they need it badly.
  3. Thank you for the clarification, I find your post...

    Thank you for the clarification, I find your post to be quite informative.

    I also have issues with the rather constrained vision of docker, viewing linux containers as mere one-shot app-wrappers -...
  4. The performance of zfs is just not good enough to...

    The performance of zfs is just not good enough to meet the demands of Linux users
  5. No, far from being "useless for most of us", it's...

    No, far from being "useless for most of us", it's exactly what most of us need. The weird little corner cases where there's a need for legacy windoze apps can use one of the many alternate solution...
  6. That statement says far more about you than it...

    That statement says far more about you than it says about KDE, old friend. I've been a Linux desktop user since 1993 (back then there was no KDE; it was twm, fvwm and olvwm) and I've tried them all,...
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    What the hell is going on here? ...

    What the hell is going on here?



    root@pandora:~# cat /etc/os-release
    NAME="Ubuntu"
    VERSION="14.04.1 LTS, Trusty Tahr"
    ID=ubuntu
    ID_LIKE=debian
    PRETTY_NAME="Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS"
  8. I've used KDE, Gnome, lxqt, enlightenment, icewm,...

    I've used KDE, Gnome, lxqt, enlightenment, icewm, openbox, cinnamon and other desktops, and I still love KDE for gaming. I will happily trade a few raw FPS for the smooth experience of playing a 3D...
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    Sticky: SCO was one of the earliest and most successful...

    SCO was one of the earliest and most successful Linux on Intel vendors, but they were clearly in trouble after Linux began to rise. Caldera was an innovative Linux vendor that came up in the mid 90s....
  10. That's actually not the case. Linux drivers have...

    That's actually not the case. Linux drivers have been available as loadable modules since - oh, about 1996 or so, IIRC.

    So no, you don't have to recompile the kernel to add a driver. You simply...
  11. It's all good

    I for one am glad to have more options in choosing a linux platform for oracle. Sorry to disappoint the ubuntu bashers, but I like ubuntu server; I've deployed it for various production tasks over...
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    Indeed - who is John Galt?

    Indeed - who is John Galt?
  13. Yes Bravo. There are Linux distros that will...

    Yes Bravo. There are Linux distros that will benefit from this work as well.
  14. I didn't see any mention of it in the write up,...

    I didn't see any mention of it in the write up, but does this release support managing Linux containers?
  15. Love to see some benchmarks. Until then it's just...

    Love to see some benchmarks. Until then it's just another hypervisor project, in a world where containers are the king of performance.
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    It looks very idsoftware to me - shades of doom!

    It looks very idsoftware to me - shades of doom!
  17. To be sure, there are further opportunities for...

    To be sure, there are further opportunities for optimization in the Linux kernel. BSD has been doing things right for many years.
  18. While netflix apparently does have some FreeBSD...

    While netflix apparently does have some FreeBSD servers, it is well known that they have a major investment in Linux infrastructure.
  19. The statements that "Linux is the fastest" and...

    The statements that "Linux is the fastest" and "We want to make it faster" are not mutually exclusive
  20. Here's what a Facebook engineer just said on that...

    Here's what a Facebook engineer just said on that subject:

    Chris Mason started off the session by noting that, at his employer (Facebook), Linux is used anywhere that it is faster than FreeBSD ...
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