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  • CochainComplex
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    This article was launched perfectly at primetime in middle Europe. FreeTv blockbuster or comment section of an MS,Canonical, systemd article? Only dx12 kernel pipeping on behalf of nvidia could make it better

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  • hamishmb
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    Wow, this is going to set the comments off! MS, Canonical, and systemd all in one post!

    Edit: Note that I didn't intend to fan the flames with this comment (not that it looks like I did) - was just meant to be light humor for people on all sides.
    Last edited by hamishmb; 13 October 2022, 01:27 AM.

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  • antonyshen
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    I don't care~
    I have to use Windows in the office but luckily I can have Linux PC when needed so it's just a ssh thing to get jobs done. For me I hate to run Linux thing inside a VM and pretend it works well on a Windows machine.

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  • aleksamagicka
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    I must be early, no systemd flamewars yet.

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  • furtadopires
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    Just commenting here before the 50+ posts

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  • Danny3
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    Traitors doing again what they do best!

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  • phoronix
    started a topic Microsoft & Canonical Bring systemd To WSL

    Microsoft & Canonical Bring systemd To WSL

    Phoronix: Microsoft & Canonical Bring systemd To WSL

    Microsoft and Canonical jointly announced today that systemd now works within Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL2)...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Microsoft-WSL-systemd
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