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Comment: Re:The Linux community needs to discuss systemd. (Score 2) 106

by x0ra (#47753499) Attached to: Linux 3.17-rc2 Release Marks 23 Years of the Linux Kernel
I've been using Fedora and BSDs for a few years now, I didn't notice any specific difference in using any of them. Editing text files is fun, but there has never been any such thing as a standardized configuration syntax. At some point UI are just better to use. I used to be pro-textfile but I'm fed up of looking up the syntax. Sendmail is a mess, bind is a mess, exim is a mess, samba is a mess...

Comment: Re: The Linux community needs to discuss systemd. (Score 0) 106

by x0ra (#47753467) Attached to: Linux 3.17-rc2 Release Marks 23 Years of the Linux Kernel
BSD is hiding behind "incompatibility" to justify its own death. Truth is that in a lot of area, they're just relying on others work to keep going without taking part in the process. That being said, nowhere is it written that the Unix-way is the Only One True Righteous Way.

Comment: Re:23 years of being a rounding error (Score 1) 106

by x0ra (#47753443) Attached to: Linux 3.17-rc2 Release Marks 23 Years of the Linux Kernel
Base product cost is not the only determining factor. You can hardly go against Microsoft indoctrination of people, or the myriad of course for basic spreadsheet & words processing software, just the same way you can hardly use anything but Adobe product when you are doing image processing.

Comment: Re:Because it's fake, perhaps? (Score 1) 391

by x0ra (#47738159) Attached to: UK Police Warn Sharing James Foley Killing Video Is a Crime
Moreover, if I was about to die, I would never behave as James Foley allegedly did. There is no fear in his words. I can't believe someone about to die would behave as such. As the neck is being cut, there is no sign of blood. Even the 3/8" long cut of superficial skin I made on my thumb with a chisel yesterday was bleeding more, and I was not slicing myself with force...

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