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Comment: Re:systemd Architecture (Score 2) 641

by Archwyrm (#46662839) Attached to: Linus Torvalds Suspends Key Linux Developer
I thought the point was that it starts all the system services in parallel as much as possible thereby speeding up overall boot time significantly? Correct me if I am wrong.

My Arch Linux systems seem to boot much faster since they moved to systemd. I will admit I was pretty much lost when first working with it but I chalked that up to unfamiliarity and haven't had to touch it much since. Then again, I'm using a Debian 7 install right now and it boots quite fast and does not use systemd.

Comment: Re: Maybe, but... (Score 1) 246

by Archwyrm (#45572363) Attached to: Piracy Offers Heavy Metal a New Business Model
Have a listen to '...And Justice For Jason'. Some fine gentleman did a masterful job of recording bass tracks over the original songs. I can't listen to the vanilla album anymore.

Comment: Re: Wait second (Score 1) 246

by Archwyrm (#45572313) Attached to: Piracy Offers Heavy Metal a New Business Model
Iron Maiden has by far the most elaborate live shows of any genuine metal band. Do not allow this to fool you into thinking it has anything to do with commercialization. You may think their music is decent but its sweeping influence is felt throughout every subgenre in the metal world and acknowledged by fans of those subgenres who may not even care for Iron Maiden's brand of heavy metal in the first place.

Comment: Re:Two reasons I don't care about this (Score 1) 203

by Archwyrm (#45483283) Attached to: HIV Tracking Technology Could Pinpoint Who's Infecting Who

Medicine is way more complex than coding

It is? Most people in the modern world have some idea of what makes them sick and what to do to get better. Most people in the modern world don't have the first clue about software or what makes their computer crash. Attitudes like yours do nothing to demystify medical doctors' "illusion of omniscience".

Comment: Re: Third party software (Score 1) 113

by Archwyrm (#45470033) Attached to: OpenSUSE 13.1 Released and Reviewed
I'm curious to know in what ways Suse is more like Unix? Once upon a time my company had a bunch of SLES installs, then we moved to Debian, and now we have a couple of RH machines. Maybe it's my perspective but I've found SLES and RHEL to be basically identical apart from all the GUI garbage that gets layered on top.

Nothing is rich but the inexhaustible wealth of nature. She shows us only surfaces, but she is a million fathoms deep. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson