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    If you want to run such slow and cheap storage...

    If you want to run such slow and cheap storage nothing stops you from using a USB flash drive as your main storage on that ECS board (or any PC motherboard able to boot from USB)
    Or boot from the...
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    It sucsk for people on Ubuntu 12.04 or derivates,...

    It sucsk for people on Ubuntu 12.04 or derivates, debian stable and the like, the easy way to get the newer graphics drivers is to upgrade/replace the whole OS. Oh, there are a combined Xorg/kernel...
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    To me it's certain that AMD dropped support to...

    To me it's certain that AMD dropped support to save money and developer/engineer resources, or rather shift them to the newer cards. What was dropped at once was the Radeon 2000, 3000 and 4000 series...
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    Are you serious?, I thought closed drivers had...

    Are you serious?, I thought closed drivers had triple the framerate in some cases. Catalysts are often said to have crap performance in 3D accelerated desktops (Gnome 3, Cinnamon etc.) though. So I...
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    I think I was surveyed twice, on Windows long ago...

    I think I was surveyed twice, on Windows long ago and on Linux not long after the launch.
    Steam has been doing these surveys for very long. A survey would tend to mean you're taking a sample, the...
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    Maybe what's needed is a dual boot between linux...

    Maybe what's needed is a dual boot between linux and linux, lol. So a stable installation can be kept for work etc. and an Arch one to try and get framerate and game stability.

    Anyway, regarding...
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    As a user I've always loved GTK2, even not...

    As a user I've always loved GTK2, even not minding it on Windows but GTK3 is just regressions, self-serving deluded maintainers, hell for people who make the themes and braindead crap like the...
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    Android uses only the linux kernel and doesn't...

    Android uses only the linux kernel and doesn't give a shit about everything else.
    It's really totally unrelated to all the linux distros like debian, slackware, fedora etc.
    It's like complaining...
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    I have a feeling you're trolling a bit by...

    I have a feeling you're trolling a bit by comparing Ubuntu with OpenBSD. Why not NetBSD, Haiku, the HURD while you're at it?
    I liked using Ubuntu, even though I don't use Gnome 3 or Unity. It's what...
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    Alright, I must have read some part of your post...

    Alright, I must have read some part of your post too quickly, thus Gnome 3 Wayland requires systemd but Wayland itself doesn't.

    In the near future I'll be interested in LXDE-Qt, which may end up...
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    Wayland is only for systemd? And even, only for...

    Wayland is only for systemd? And even, only for linux? (you can run X11 under Windows FFS)
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    LOL, I am a bit put off by the passive aggressive...

    LOL, I am a bit put off by the passive aggressive rant about spelling, and then that page contains link to mailing lists, bug reports and the like, then a link to random man pages. Then quite some...
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    It simply used the little task bar thingy...

    It simply used the little task bar thingy included in fluxbox (only one workspace configured), and the right-click menu. The menu was deficient for a while till I simply manually edited it to have...
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    Alright, I thought Mir was mostly about the same...

    Alright, I thought Mir was mostly about the same things as Wayland but it's more involved.
    Didn't know the "compatibility layer" or whatever it is for Android drivers ran on Wayland too!

    And yes...
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    I've found that perception of a DE can be...

    I've found that perception of a DE can be different and change depending on circumstances and experiences.
    I used to think XFCE was half-assed and redundant, because you can always use Gnome 2...
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    Does the pixman renderer means you can use...

    Does the pixman renderer means you can use Wayland without a 3D graphics card or driver? Will it work even when you find yourself with VESA graphics?, or is that a joke like llvmpipe, requiring a...
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    There's a good reason for hl1 mods :...

    There's a good reason for hl1 mods : Counterstrike 1.6 is better than all the follow-ups, and my 7600GT with driver 304.84 won't run any Source game. Sadly no one plays the original DoD.

    btw it...
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    Lesstif is alive on the poor computers where I...

    Lesstif is alive on the poor computers where I install xpdf (it's okay for a LXDE desktop on some Pentium 3 700 level PC with 256 to 512MB ram)

    Else, I use xcalc on a regular basis, always quickly...
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    I hope that's purely optional? I wouldn't want...

    I hope that's purely optional? I wouldn't want Firefox to fry my GPU, on top of making my browsing slow.
    Anyway I think Firefox's "thinking moments" when you click a tab or menu is a little deeper...
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    I see no reason to use it, at least for now...

    I see no reason to use it, at least for now (bugs, missing features). Maybe in a year when it's done. Then, running PCManFM Qt in Razor-Qt would probably be very interesting. Razor Qt meets LXDE :D....
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