Yep. I'm waiting for Devuan or another Wheezy Fork to save the day. Let's hope the corporate ass hats can't ruin that too!
I like your style. But I'm super used to Wheezy now, and it's been rock solid for us.
Your post would be fine except Debian is already dead because of NSA/systemd.
Yep. 8 has been total fail in our datacenters.
Virtio issues, broken scripts, utter fail at logging...
We're sticking with 7 until something better comes along.
Oh, there are many instances where it doesn't work. We've reverted to wheezy in our data centers and are waiting for devuan or another path forward.
Oh, and I don't do compiz because that breaks xrdp. I bet there's a way to get separate desktops in Mate, but I didn't see an easy option and don't really have time to track down and hack largely cosmetic issues.
I meant sharing bandwidth, CPU cycles, memory.... Like I'd like all my devices to be one big super computer with local interfaces. So I could play GTA on my weak android tablet, for instance. I'm always frustrated at the slowness of my old work laptop when it's less than 2 feet away from my brand new i7 with 16gb of ram.
I can't think of many improvements that would be possible to Linux mint Debian edition. Though it would be cool if all my devices shared all resources real time I guess. Oh, and I'd like my various desktops to have different wall papers.
This guy. Lmde mate flies on all hardware. It's prettier than Mac or windows too, and comes with every app I need preinstalled. Plus I can rsync backups to any machine in the house. Fuck windows and Mac. They are years behind mint at this point.
I'll use it happily instead. The binary log files alone makes systemd a dead idea. The lack of being modular and doing one thing well would also make it a done deal, but I'd say that's secondary, though still high up!
More Gains for LINUX.
A. There is a fundamental aspect of space/time we don't understand. (Maybe there is some type of Aether?)
B. We don't understand gravity over long distances. (Maybe it has a different effect over longer distances than we are aware)
C. We are not measuring something else properly. Light, time, distance....?
This whole "dark matter" thing has been unreasonably preposterous from the word go.
All these fucking morning people.
Autonomous solar power airships are a much better idea. Navigation would be easier and you end a lot of other driving problems on the way.
The beer-cooled computer does not harm the ozone layer. -- John M. Ford, a.k.a. Dr. Mike