The headline gets it slightly wrong. Ubuntu (i.e Canonical) did not fix bug for at least three years.
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Fedora 22 (due in three months) target is to have login screen on Wayland. Fedora 23 (October?) should have fully working GNOME session on Wayland.
They are doing one thing, and doing it right. They are providing much needed middleware and useful APIs, unifying Linux' Balkans.
GRUB2 isn't the UEFI bootloader. It does much more, mainly in order to boot on legacy BIOS systems. I find gummiboot much better, I've been using it for years.
They are doing one thing right. Providing the much needed middleware with useful APIs, unifying Linux' Balkans.
GRUB2 isn't great UEFI bootloader. It does much more, because it aims for booting on legacy BIOS systems. I've been using gummiboot for years and I found it great.
You got to thank Debian for doing so bad job at integrating systemd. They had 4 years headstart and still managed to fuck it up. Other distributions did not have such problems.
When you root, you almost always neuter Android security model. So goodbye to any security.
You can always do the flashing properly, with signing and stuff, but the procedure is major PITA: http://mjg59.dreamwidth.org/31...
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In case you didn't notice, Waze IS Google since year and a half.
Most people don't care about what happens in some distant offshore country like USA.
Are you proud now, sick haters?
Fedora isn't. It just some guy choosen to announce his project on fedora-devel mailing list.
Ubuntu changing quickly? In what universe? I left Ubuntu for Fedora because I was fed up with living in the past. Debian's roots in Ubuntu show at every step, most software is ancient.
This also applies to libraries too. For example, anyone know what 'liborc', 'libnettle', 'libenchant', 'libmagic' or 'libcanberra' are without looking it up? I just picked these at random from
I knew the purpose of 4 out of 5 of those libraries. But I'm the distro developer. Ordinary user has no business in knowing what library does what.