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    Default Debian 8.0 Jessie Testing Against Updated Ubuntu Linux

    Phoronix: Debian 8.0 Jessie Testing Against Updated Ubuntu Linux

    Our latest Debian GNU/Linux benchmarks following the recent GNU/kFreeBSD vs. GNU/Linux comparison are benchmarks of Debian GNU/Linux in its latest testing form for 8.0 "Jessie" compared to a stock Ubuntu 14.04 LTS plus with an assortment of updates.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=20572

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    This is one of the many reasons I run Arch. It's clear to see significant performance gains from having newer stuff.

    Waiting 6 months is for noobs

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    What Desktops did you test?? also it look's like your GPU is at it's limit on some tests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaprikawn View Post
    This is one of the many reasons I run Arch. It's clear to see significant performance gains from having newer stuff.
    +1 It's not just the newer stuff, in Arch the whole system feels a lot faster (and i've been using debian since v2.2...)

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    How do you know someone uses Arch Linux? They'll always tell you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loafers View Post
    How do you know someone uses Arch Linux? They'll always tell you.
    Hi there, I'm using Arch Linux.

    By the way, why is Ubuntu using Deadline as default? CFQ is faster on rotational media, and Noop is faster on solid state. Is it a compromise? Why not just have a Udev rule to use different schedulers for different media? That's what I do.... on my ARCH LINUX system.





    Arch Linux. That's what I use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaprikawn View Post
    This is one of the many reasons I run Arch. It's clear to see significant performance gains from having newer stuff.

    Waiting 6 months is for noobs
    when system upgrade we have no garanties if it will work in next reboot... i give up from arch because suck things happen with stable repos

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    Quote Originally Posted by rikkinho View Post
    when system upgrade we have no garanties if it will work in next reboot... i give up from arch because suck things happen with stable repos
    Bait taken.

    So it begins!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rikkinho View Post
    i give up from arch because suck things happen with stable repos
    That's been my experience with it. I use Debian unstable because it's rolling release and it's actually more... uhhh stable, than Arch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loafers View Post
    How do you know someone uses Arch Linux? They'll always tell you.
    Of course. How else are you going to know that I installed my Linux system from the command line and configured all the components of my system myself?

    I've also done Linux from Scratch once. Now that was a doozy to install...

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