I root my devices manually.
I'd rather unlock the bootloader myself (Nexus/OnePlus) and install the su binary I downloaded directly from ChainFire than run some utility written by someone whose reputation I don't know. I also download the su binary directly - not off of a fileshare or forum post. I don't take any chances when I'm gaining root to a machine.
This doesn't pass the smell test. 20Gbps seems way too fast for wireless when wired (or fibered) 10Gpbs switch ports and NICs are so expensive. For example, this 10Gbps NIC is over $400: http://www.newegg.com/Product/...
I must be missing something here...
Not understanding the concept of a file / filesystem is more common than I thought. My sister had a flash drive (with all of her autocad drawings for school) that got corrupted. After failing to recover it, I asked why she didn't back it up. She said her Macbook didn't have autocad so she couldn't save the files to it. She now knows the difference.
This is why I run Debian. I don't have time to troubleshoot my laptop and my server every time I update them. That being said, I'm kind of biased since I'm a Linux sysadmin for a factory.
And thanks to everyone who does run Arch and posts their solutions on the Arch wiki. It's extremely helpful.
They should be sending out images via flashdrive (since most machines don't have optical drives anymore). Once a box is compromised the OS cannot be trusted again. And they should send them for free. This is a huge breach of trust.
I cannot conceive that anybody will require multiplications at the rate of 40,000 or even 4,000 per hour ... -- F. H. Wales (1936)