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  1. Have been using btrfs for nearly a year now,...

    Have been using btrfs for nearly a year now, starting with kernel 3.10, and now on 3.14. Using it on a secondary backup system, making use of the snapshot and compression features to keep a rolling...
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    Ninja Pizza Girl

    Looks like an excellent platformer game, with a very interesting idea for gameplay based on bullying. You don't lose health or lives, you lose self-esteem.

    Now announced with Linux support!

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  3. Linus acts like Linus, and he's good at creating...

    Linus acts like Linus, and he's good at creating stable Linux kernels. Not many computer scientists would be as good.

    Perhaps, since he's doing such a great job, we shouldn't argue that he should...
  4. I get IP collisions using the ISC dhcp client. ...

    I get IP collisions using the ISC dhcp client. Colliding, of course, with idiots in the office that statically assign an IP in the dhcp range. It happens very occasionally, but still happens.
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    Agree about emacs. Vim, though, or more...

    Agree about emacs. Vim, though, or more specifically "vi", has the advantage that it's the standard text editor on just about every unix system or distribution you'll ever encounter.

    There are...
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    Hmmm, interesting. Works fine for me with OpenGL...

    Hmmm, interesting. Works fine for me with OpenGL acceleration.

    Enlightenment can push the capabilities of your graphics drivers, often exposing bugs that aren't normally encountered. Try using...
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    You're forgetting Debian jessie, for a stable...

    You're forgetting Debian jessie, for a stable bleeding edge distribution. Never mind that you can also use pinning with Debian apt, to keep your base system as the stable distribution, while...
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    Well, they do say good things come to those who...

    Well, they do say good things come to those who wait. I must therefore conclude that the above is a good thing.
  9. Gosh. You've forgotten, or don't know about, the...

    Gosh. You've forgotten, or don't know about, the XFree86 system. Compared to that, X.org was a breath of fresh air, a welcome step to a proper and convenient graphics subsystem.

    Even then,...
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    Well, those libraries give the terminal abilities...

    Well, those libraries give the terminal abilities that would normally not be possible.

    For example, with terminology, you can view and run multimedia files. See...
  11. It's strange, because Limbo has had a Linux...

    It's strange, because Limbo has had a Linux version right from the first time it appeared in Humble Bundles. I wonder why it doesn't appear in Steam.
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    It's not just an RTS. It's a driving brawler...

    It's not just an RTS. It's a driving brawler action adventure sandbox RTS.

    Even then, it's just partially an RTS. The RTS bits apply to only certain points in the game.

    Great game. I enjoyed...
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    Well, to be brutally honest, it shows that...

    Well, to be brutally honest, it shows that everyone acts cheap. It does make Linux users look less cheap than the rest, though.
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    *sigh* And yet there is still no way to neatly...

    *sigh* And yet there is still no way to neatly run a scheduled job on the last day of the month. Honestly, if you're going to write a cron replacement, you may as well make improvements to it.
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    There's one major difference so far ... E17...

    There's one major difference so far ... E17 doesn't suck.
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    E17 is coming together very nicely. All those...

    E17 is coming together very nicely. All those niggly bugs are getting patched up, or have been patched already. I'm using E17 Gamma at the moment, and it feels like a release version. It's been a...
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    I haven't tried running the alpha releases yet,...

    I haven't tried running the alpha releases yet, but I believe this issue is to do with the theme. You may need to reset the theme to default and see if that fixes things.

    There have been many...
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    Probably not technologically more advanced, but...

    Probably not technologically more advanced, but certainly more customisable. If you've ever had a pet peeve about how your window manager works, then chances are that E17 will allow you to configure...
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    Huh? Your subject line says you are running...

    Huh? Your subject line says you are running Debian Stable, yet the version of glib in Debian stable is 2.24 (http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/libglib2.0-0). May I suggest that you're no longer...
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    Sure, and notice that I said "working DnD". I...

    Sure, and notice that I said "working DnD". I guess it was vague, but it was meant to be interpreted as "more complete and usable". I realise EFM has already had DnD for copying/moving files, etc
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