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  1. Tumbleweed and/or Sabayon

    OpenSuse is very good, as many have already noted. It's up to date with many customizations and optional builds for tests available that can be automated . OpenSuse Tumbleweed has the latest kernels...
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    Kde! Kde! Kde!

    Great, I'll be trying it out soon. It sounds like the bugs won't even effect me. I haven't minimized a window in years. Why click twice? I don't have forward and back buttons on my mouse either. It...
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    USB 3.0 and socket FM1

    I haven't seen anything about this problem so I thought I'd post and see if anyone else has it and if a fix is upcoming. I have a computer with a Gigabyte FM1 chipset (native USB 3.0) and an AMD A-6...
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    KDE

    I'm very happy with the newer versions. The first 4.0 iteration was a disaster, the next 3 saw gradual improvement, but 4.4 wouldn't even run right on my computers, but starting at 4.5 I've seen a...
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    Dolphin Crashes

    I spoke too soon about Tumbleweed. I updated everything last night to linux 3.4.2 and KDE 4.8.4 and now right clicking any file in dolphin immediately crashes it. I filed a bug report and midnight...
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    Thanks, that's good to know. I'll try Gentoo...

    Thanks, that's good to know. I'll try Gentoo again soon.
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    I always thought Gentoo was strictly open source,...

    I always thought Gentoo was strictly open source, but I'm not that familiar with it, so I could be wrong.
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    Tumbleweed

    I'm not sure what you mean by:
    "Tumbleweed is designed to be based off of something, not to roll forever".
    It's a rolling release of opensuse. It's been rolling for years now.

    I found opensuse...
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    Repositories

    Just curious, but how many repositories did you have enabled? I've never had any problems in over a year with just the 3 Tumbleweed repos enabled.
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    Opensuse-Tumbleweed

    I've been using opensuse tumbleweed for over a year now with little problems. For awhile on one computer with a newer AMD video card the desktop kernel loaded a corrupt desktop, but booting into the...
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    Sabayon

    Hi crazycheese, you know a lot more about the inner workings of linux that I do. I like to be able to edit the config file if I really need to, but mostly I don't bother.Tweaking the GUI's of various...
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    Bloatware seems a little harsh. It's only a 2G...

    Bloatware seems a little harsh. It's only a 2G DVD, not especially large, but maybe you're a opensource purist that doesn't like the included ATI, Nvidia blobs? Nothing wrong with that but the...
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    Good Distro

    I just installed Sabayon 6.0. 8 updates plus Firefox and KTorrent. Seems strange KTorrent wasn't installed by default with KDE, first time I've seen that. I put it on a second disk with...
  14. Thread: Quantum Computing

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    Quantum Computing

    Quantum computing is getting a lot of research money and seeing quite a few developments. Quantum entangle has become readily reproduced and available. This firm is even claiming a working quantum...
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    OpenSuse-Tumbleweed

    I've been running openSuse with Tumbleweed and been quite happy. Now running the 2.6.38.4 kernel with KDE 4.6.2. Aside from a couple freezes everything's working fine.
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    Good Article. Fleshes out some of their possible...

    Good Article. Fleshes out some of their possible uses and development. I find this especially interesting:

    It Talks Using Light

    The kryptonite for large pools of storage is moving chunks of...
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    I'm not sure. I haven't seen that value...

    I'm not sure. I haven't seen that value mentioned. If there was a problem with that I think it would've been discussed. You need to keep in mind too that:

    Memristors are nanoscale devices with a...
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    I find it truly amazing that a circuit element as...

    I find it truly amazing that a circuit element as basic as a resistor or inductor was not discovered until now, makes you wonder if there aren't others one we've missed. HP is a very big high...
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    Memristor Computing

    HP is rapidly advancing in their research into memristors. Cnet and MIT just published a couple of articles on the new research from HP on memristors. Reading about just the known capabilities of...
  20. Thread: Optical RAM

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    Optical RAM

    The telecoms are sponsoring a lot of the research into optical computing. Intel has a big optical R&D program too. They're integrating their new Light Peak into PCs and USB. The USB 3.0...
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