Ubuntu does have backports - does this not handle 'Universe'? If it does then the dev just needs to add their package, surely.
Ease up, Android will be one of the few Linux distros by 2016 not using systemd.
My government licenses Doctor Who through the ABC, the federally funded national broadcaster
Why addict hundreds of thousands of Australian schoolchildren to Doctor Who, such as my 13yo nephew, and then deny them access?
We still have the queen - maybe I'll write an angry email to prince william!
Sorry, CBBC games and videos can only be played if you're in the UK.
Commonwealth citizenship apparently grants no privileges.
bo-ku is a perfectly cromulent word.
Seriously, what do people want? That nothing must be using Linux specific kernel features ever, because that is unfair to other OS's?
When I use gimp, pidgin, geany etc on a Windows desktop, it's because they consistently work well with a thin Gtk+ shim over Win32. That's without installing a Linux compatibility layer like cygwin.
If in future one has to install some cygwin-systemd abomination just to run Gimp, then free software will have lost a fan.
War of 1812?
...in Nova Scotia?
If, in practice, the whole 'distro' is compiled using the same compiler, i.e. g++, then it matters not about a standardized binary API?
Because Windows RT runs on ARMv7, so the code remains 32 bit clean.
If a handful of people wish to run Windows 10 on their 10 year old Athlon XP/Pentium 4, they can.
I wouldn't call Khan an environmentalist.