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  • darkbasic
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    Originally posted by mppix View Post

    I read it as native zfs + grub + linux - maybe I misunderstood
    grub doesn't support zfs native encryption yet, but it does support zfs, thus the licensing issue doesn't matter here.

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  • mppix
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    Originally posted by darkbasic View Post
    This is bullshit because GRUB is already capable of booting from a zfs boot partition, albeit not with the full feature set enabled.
    I read it as native zfs + grub + linux - maybe I misunderstood

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  • darkbasic
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    Originally posted by mppix View Post

    I'd expect this to drop 5-10 years after Oracle releases a statement that the zfs license is compatible with GPL or dual licenses with GPL .
    This is bullshit because GRUB is already capable of booting from a zfs boot partition, albeit not with the full feature set enabled.

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  • sandy8925
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    Originally posted by pranav View Post
    I wonder why they don't use Gitlab or Github!
    If some user what to report bugs, the layout of the website where bugs are reported is so lame that people might feel discouraged to even bother reporting it.
    Yeah, GNU with their own Gitlab would be great.

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  • pranav
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    I wonder why they don't use Gitlab or Github!
    If some user what to report bugs, the layout of the website where bugs are reported is so lame that people might feel discouraged to even bother reporting it.

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  • mppix
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    Originally posted by darkbasic View Post
    Any chance to get native zfs encryption support soon?
    I'd expect this to drop 5-10 years after Oracle releases a statement that the zfs license is compatible with GPL or dual licenses with GPL .

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  • scottishduck
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    Originally posted by sandy8925 View Post

    Honestly, EFISTUB is probably a better option for most people. Except if you're constantly dealing with buggy drivers and boot failures, in which case you definitely want a bootloader like GRUB or systemd-boot.

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    Luckily I do, gentoo with EFISTUB

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  • sandy8925
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    Originally posted by scottishduck View Post
    If they could ever add hi-dpi mode... would be appreciated. Only been about 9 years since the first hi-dpi laptop was released. No rush.
    Honestly, EFISTUB is probably a better option for most people. Except if you're constantly dealing with buggy drivers and boot failures, in which case you definitely want a bootloader like GRUB or systemd-boot.

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  • scottishduck
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    If they could ever add hi-dpi mode... would be appreciated. Only been about 9 years since the first hi-dpi laptop was released. No rush.

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  • darkbasic
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    Any chance to get native zfs encryption support soon?

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