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  1. Why early? RHEL is already very late. ... Unless...

    Why early? RHEL is already very late.
    ... Unless there's a major stability issue I'm aware of?

    - Gilboa
  2. If you need install a large number of VM's you're...

    If you need install a large number of VM's you're most likely doing a network installation from a network server w/ a kick-start file.
    AFAIK there's no way to slipstreaming the updates (and for a...
  3. ... And if you install a *lot* of Fedora VM's,...

    ... And if you install a *lot* of Fedora VM's, you should consider setting up a local Fedora repo.

    - Gilboa
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    I may have missed some "" tag somewhere,...

    I may have missed some "<sarcasm>" tag somewhere, but the huge amount of actively maintained C code seems to suggest other wise.

    ... and good luck writing high performance user/kernel code in...
  5. Troll much? - Gilboa

    Troll much?

    - Gilboa
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    Care to elaborate? NOTE: I've bought a number of...

    Care to elaborate?
    NOTE: I've bought a number of games from LGP, and spent countless hours on their X2 and X3 ports - and very saddened by LGP's apparent demise.

    - Gilboa
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    True, but in the long run, if the code isn't...

    True, but in the long run, if the code isn't accepted by upstream, the project owner may decided to fork VI(M) and his code is good enough, he may actually before the official VI(M)-like package...
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    Without going into C vs. C++ debate (I use them...

    Without going into C vs. C++ debate (I use them both, though I personally prefer C) - keep in mind that rewriting VIM in CPP will more-or-less require a complete rewrite of more-or-less every single...
  9. Actually, at least according to the 01 link, with...

    Actually, at least according to the 01 link, with some optimization they may actually pass the 50% mark of native speed that will make it viable for both gaming and 3D/CAD applications.
    Remember...
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    Indeed. Hopefully the next B0$$ / Honton /...

    Indeed.
    Hopefully the next B0$$ / Honton / name-that-troll will be banned before he/she/it becomes such a nuisance.

    Per the discussion at hand, seems that 4.13 rc will land in Fedora-KDE unstable...
  11. Seems to be distro specific issue. At least in...

    Seems to be distro specific issue.
    At least in Fedora and RHEL/CentOS (Plymouth), the initial password is used to unlock all crypto partitions.
    You get a second prompt only if the initial password...
  12. Unless there's a huge performance win in having...

    Unless there's a huge performance win in having FS-level encryption - I fail to see why *any* FS should have its own encryption support.
    Instead of solving security and performance issues in one...
  13. You can't possibly be that clueless to believe...

    You can't possibly be that clueless to believe that live-kernel-patching (that in many cases is actually -distro- and release specific) and as-complex and as-intrusive as display server.

    - Gilboa
  14. ... Do I read "easy to setup multiple GPUs...

    ... Do I read "easy to setup multiple GPUs attached to multiple guests"?

    - Gilboa
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    I doubt that anyone above the age of 5, thinks...

    I doubt that anyone above the age of 5, thinks that systemd is anything beyond piece of software that may/will make life easier for admins in the short/middle/long term.



    I must admit that the...
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    Thanks for the head's up. I was under the...

    Thanks for the head's up.
    I was under the impression that vim QT port was dead...

    - Gilboa
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    In *your* use case, sysv has zero bugs. In *our*...

    In *your* use case, sysv has zero bugs.
    In *our* use case, sysv was anything bug free or even manageable.
    I (or actually, we) develop a fairly complex software system that runs on embedded system...
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    Actually given the fact that systemd operates...

    Actually given the fact that systemd operates code paths that /sbin/init doesn't (e.g. cgroups), I would imagine that the kernel is far from being constant.

    - Gilboa
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    Arch forums is anecdotal at best. Any major...

    Arch forums is anecdotal at best. Any major change in system stability due to systemd should have registered across *all* systemd based distributions.
    (Also: see my point below about bugs due to...
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    Given the fact that Linux kernel is 100 times the...

    Given the fact that Linux kernel is 100 times the size of the systemd, and given the fact that more-or-less any kernel-side bug * will immediately crash the system, talking about PID 1 as major...
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