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    I wonder if Debian dev team will include this...

    I wonder if Debian dev team will include this (and Wayland 1.6) before freeze.
  2. MATE

    I have two machines with Debian Jessie.

    One with Gnome 3 and the other with MATE.

    MATE is good for low end machines, and as it uses gtk2 and other hardly proven libs, it would be a fine...
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    Will Canonical drop Mir for Wayland as they did...

    Will Canonical drop Mir for Wayland as they did with upstart for systemd?

    I think they would.

    They would at the time the desktop environments supporting Wayland popularize it.
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    Thanks. I didn't find the option even if...

    Thanks.


    I didn't find the option even if it's at one click. I felt hopeless.

    Maybe it's my fault for assuming the "gear" button was only for configure options.
    Also, the gedit's help didn't...
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    First they should solve some bugs

    I'm running Debian Jessie x86 on an Intel Atom N270 with GMA 945 GME over Gnome 3.12.

    Since Gnome 3.8 I experience a graphical bug.

    It happens when I activate the option of Nautilus to manage...
  6. I don't think that it would protect physically...

    I don't think that it would protect physically the hard disk, but at least it'll sync the data and park the heads so data could be access / restore (if not broken) later.

    Another thing this driver...
  7. Too much work for that result. A real Linux...

    Too much work for that result.

    A real Linux port, even if it would be a lazy port without any optimization will be 10 times better than this Wine-like port with full optimizations.

    Word.
  8. I wonder what license will use the code...

    I wonder what license will use the code contributed by Facebook.

    The ideal is pure GPL3, but you know how this big companies think.

    In the end they don't like to contribute to the community the...
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    Thanks to all for the reponses.

    Thanks to all for the reponses.
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    Just curious : why not invest in PNG?

    Why is so important JPEG over more modern formats like PNG?

    Why camera and video-camera brands don't use it in its products if they could save royalty's money?

    Is so bad PNG?

    Please, educate...
  11. I remember Demonoid. And after too many months...

    I remember Demonoid.

    And after too many months they come back online.

    So, hope is the last thing one should lose.
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    In a Windows gaming web maybe those comentaries...

    In a Windows gaming web maybe those comentaries didn't have a place.
    But this web is about Linux, and its philosophy matters. And this is not new.



    This.

    If STEAM, EA, UBI and such didn't...
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    You shouldn't become violent to anyone who...

    You shouldn't become violent to anyone who differs in thoghts with you, except if that person insults or makes personal attacks, which is not the case of the people who don't like Steam. Remember...
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    There are a lot of AAA games in this 500's. ...

    There are a lot of AAA games in this 500's.

    But how many indies?
    More than 400 for sure.

    And of those indies, how many were released before Steam for Linux even exists?
    And for the rest, how...
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    If I undertood well your comment, you are...

    If I undertood well your comment, you are suggesting that if LGP didn't tie its games with DRM they would bankrupt even some time before?

    The LGP problem wasn't piracy.

    The problem was primarly...
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    That stuff is aimed for game programmers who plan...

    That stuff is aimed for game programmers who plan to publish in STEAM.

    But I don't see how a common user could bypass that exit(1) path without the game's source code.

    Ryan names his entry with...
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    I remember a time when Origin still didn't exist...

    I remember a time when Origin still didn't exist and was EA Download Manager.
    At that time, the use of that client was merely to download the game in question and to actívate it via Internet. No...
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    I don't know what CDP/GoG will do with Witcher 3...

    I don't know what CDP/GoG will do with Witcher 3 or Galaxy client.

    But you are forgetting that Linux support is primarly to include Linux binaries (and installers) of games that already were...
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    Well. I get your point. STEAM is on Linux...

    Well.

    I get your point. STEAM is on Linux TODAY.

    And GoG.com still not.

    But don't forget they promished Linux support for the fall of this year.

    And I have no doubt they'll acomplish.
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    Ha, ha, good argument. If Mr. T. supports it,...

    Ha, ha, good argument.
    If Mr. T. supports it, then I have nothing to say. ;)


    Well, that list is interesting.

    I know there are a few companies that honours its customers giving the real...
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