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  1. Re: Marks Shuttleworth's message to all Ubuntu haters.

    As others already said Kubuntu and Lubuntu publicly announced their plans and won't use Mir (at least for now). Ubuntu Gnome developer said in Ubuntu dev mailing list that their plan is to migrate to...
  2. Re: Marks Shuttleworth's message to all Ubuntu haters.

    Mark Shuttleworth's words have been extracted from a post about the rolling release proposal, a discussion that was held mostly among developers, Mir was still a secret then.

    And by the way, the...
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    Re: Mir: Stop this train before it derails Ubuntu.

    The thing isn't that Canonical is bad whatever they do, but that whoever doing what Canonical is doing now would be doing bad.

    Replacing the display server implicates a lot of projects that need...
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    Re: Mir: Stop this train before it derails Ubuntu.

    Please stop depersonalizing quequotion, he doesn't like it and I'd like you to respect it.



    Drivers are just one part of the equation, an important one indeed, but there are others, like...
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    Re: Mir: Stop this train before it derails Ubuntu.

    You insist, so this seems important for you, but you are mixing different questions so it's a bit difficult to understand what you ask, let me try:

    * Would other DEs besides Unity use Unity if Mir...
  6. Re: Where are we now and where are we going to?

    My bets:

    There will be several gaming systems based on Linux Kernel competing with each other, game distribution businesses like Valve will be in charge, and due to performance and business...
  7. Re: How many packages does Debian have? and Arch?

    You made me search.

    How many official packages does Debian stable have?
    48608
    Source: http://packages.debian.org/stable/allpackages?format=txt.gz

    How many unoffical packages does Debian have?...
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    Re: Mir: Stop this train before it derails Ubuntu.

    If you fell inclined to test the Wayland waters there are currently several places you could start, these are some that I could remember, not that I tried them personally:

    * Maui is using Wayland...
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    Re: Mir: Stop this train before it derails Ubuntu.

    Sir Tim Berners-Lee didn't write the browser you are using, but a reference implementation. His merit isn't writing a couple of programs, but defining the standard that allows this conversation to...
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    Re: Mir: Stop this train before it derails Ubuntu.

    But they would have developed something compatible with the protocol everyone else is using, no one would be angry with Canonical, quite the opposite, and their work would be truly reusable.
  11. Re: Anybody want to help me with a new name for my band?

    Hardcore.. hard core.. OH! I KNOW!
    http://imgur.com/BXbIFY9
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    Re: Anyone else trying the latest Manjaro?

    I have been trying it too, the general impression is quite good for a distro that hasn't arrived to it's 1.0 release yet.

    It's all that Arch avoids to be, Arch will never have a graphic installer,...
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    Re: Building Your Own Distro

    There's an Ubuntu wiki (but I started using the Arch wiki to solve my doubts even before using Arch Linux, a matter of taste I guess.)


    No, Arch is more similar to Ubuntu than to LSF, it's a...
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    Re: Building Your Own Distro

    If you want Unity you should use Ubuntu. Unity has not been designed with portability in mind and although there are some experimental ports for Fedora, OpenSuse and Arch, one shouldn't expect them...
  15. Re: Mir's strongest selling point was actually developed for Wayland by Jolla?

    I just wanted to tell you that I fully understand your initial reaction, and also that I appreciate your later message, but in your spontaneous answer you said something that is very meaningful, and...
  16. Re: Mir's strongest selling point was actually developed for Wayland by Jolla?

    Well, I think that both the state of two competing projects and the state of the relationship between Ubuntu and the rest of Linux related projects are interesting, worthy of discussion, and relevant...
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    Re: win8? yes or no.

    This shouldn't be understood as "don't go to porn sites" as many people think, but as "don't allow advertisement servers run random code in your browser"
  18. Re: Mir's strongest selling point was actually developed for Wayland by Jolla?

    I found this in Slashdot. Does it answer any of the questions?
    http://tech.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=3639581&cid=43430347

    If I undertand it correctly patching Wayland for every binary driver...
  19. Re: Mir's strongest selling point was actually developed for Wayland by Jolla?

    Precisely, the article I linked has been written by the Jolla engineer that develops libhybris, I'll quote the Ubuntu-related part:
  20. Mir's strongest selling point was actually developed for Wayland by Jolla?

    I thought that Mir's strongest selling point was that it would eventually be possible to use Android drivers with it. So this article was an eye opener for me:
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    [kubuntu] Re: Can't Download from the Software Center

    My guess was wrong, you do have the exact version of firefox required by firefox-globalmenu, and that error was probably a side effect of the mess, not the cause. In fact, if I had read your first...
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    Re: Are you pushed away from the command line?

    So true. I agree that having too many elements that you don't need in a GUI will make it more difficult to use, the problem is that if the developer decides which elements should go away she might be...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: 12.10 "Destination Host Unreachable" between two computers connected by ethern

    Firewall?
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    Re: Windows 7 free (beer) malware protection

    Microsoft Security Essentials. Does the work, it's free (beer), no ads, relative low footprint.
  25. [kubuntu] Re: Occasionally, Nautilus is Launched upon system startup. How is that prevented?

    Go to System Settings > Startup/Shutdown to see if there's something there that would explain why Nautilus starts.

    If in "Session Management" you have "Restore previous session" (which is default...
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