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Accept it, Linux people. Linux. Is. Inferior. To. The. BSDs.
That may be true, but it still isn't the right tool for many jobs. It makes a great server, but I wouldn't put it on the family computer.
but one thing seems clear â" only full-time, for-profit professionals are able to consistently beat BD+.
At the moment.
I highly doubt that there's not a backdoor key in the encryption, no matter how much they try to block people from copying/backing up/ripping. Mainly because if someone buys a $300 player that can't play any current movies and has no internet connection, a law suit is just around the corner.
One of the problems with the internet is that it gives people a chance to self select themselves into a tiny little corner of interstes that creates an echo chamber. I don't want recomendations from people I know to be prone to confermation bias.
And yet you're posting on Slashdot?