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    Related question: Is this "one version for...

    Related question: Is this "one version for everyone" Windows that people keep talking about XP, Vista, 7, 8, or 8.1? 32, or 64-bit? And with which SP and hotfixes?

    (grinning and ducking)
  2. Since the vast vast majority of their shows are...

    Since the vast vast majority of their shows are only available with DRM due to the restrictions imposed by the copyright holders (unless you have evidence that the copyright holders say otherwise,...
  3. User Agent

    Ohhh... I see the problem some people might be having:

    When you put in the User Agent, don't include the open and closing parenthesis Michael put between the quotes. The string should be

    ...
  4. Moonlight

    Moonlight's a good suspect. I'd remove it in either event, since it's a dead project and was never of much use anyway due to the lack of DRM support. Using pipelight in Firefox will likely give you...
  5. That's odd, because I'm also using 38.0.2114.2...

    That's odd, because I'm also using 38.0.2114.2 dev (64-bit), and it's working on my system (Ubuntu Utopic Alpha - up to date as of today).

    I recall that at one time, when I was experimenting with...
  6. It works fine on Ubuntu, I had no issue getting...

    It works fine on Ubuntu, I had no issue getting it to work here. You're going to end up making Arch users look bad if your don't curb your fanboism.
  7. Ah, thanks! I must have missed that while...

    Ah, thanks! I must have missed that while multi-slacking.

    That price is about what I was thinking... My problem is that a lot of that money buys functionality that overlaps greatly with devices...
  8. Pricing...

    It sounds like Evil Dragon's learned a lot from the Pandora fiasco. I was on the Pandora pre-paid waiting list for several years and followed the drama on their boards during the time before and...
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    Having gone through 4 LTS cycles on Ubuntu (and...

    Having gone through 4 LTS cycles on Ubuntu (and using every intermediate version), I'd say this is patently untrue. Anyone who's actually been using Ubuntu is likely to agree that the LTS releases...
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    "lover overhead OpenGL"

    Did it just get... sexy... in here?
  11. All generalizations are false, including this...

    All generalizations are false, including this one. --Mark Twain
  12. Re: who cares

    But can you make your own Steam Controller?
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    Looking good

    The timing is peculiar. While we'll get good news in January, I'm kind of expecting their bigger partners to not make any rollouts until Q3.

    My reasoning is, if I were a partner I wouldn't want...
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    Sounds about right

    This is pretty much what we should have expected. MS is worried about their Office market and about the mobile market, so the natural thing to do is put their most popular software on the most...
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    Or more likely: They're releasing them at a...

    Or more likely: They're releasing them at a predetermined pace in order to get the most sales. The first game they released was free, and running on the newest engine. They've also released old...
  16. Soooo...

    mibo: "so, they still love us Great!"
    storma: "It kills steam."

    AMD: "Baby, why you make me hit you like that?"
  17. Debacle?

    I guess this is a debacle because users can't just boot the current LTS version and run Unity2D.

    Ohhhhhh... waaaaaaaaait.

    But to be serious, this is Canonical's modus operandi: If you don't...
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    Fairly Quickly = post Oct. 18th

    More than likely, "fairly quickly" means sometime in late October or early November.

    My reasoning is that they're targeting Ubuntu first, so they'll probably want to make sure everything works...
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    Installed it two days ago. Removed it yesterday.

    I was setting up a Linux partition on a multiboot system the other day, and went with btrfs. Then, when playing with grub and the hidden boot options (I didn't want the menu to appear unless shift...
  20. Windows 8 Hardware Standards

    The article realllllly could use some wordsmithing to specify that this is about hardware protocols and standard interoperation. As it is worded, it (especially the title) will have all the clueless...
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