Before criticizing Wayland and extolling X11's virtues, consider watching this talk by Daniel Stone who was formerly intimately involved with X.org and seems to know hist stuff. He makes a good case for Wayland. https://www.youtube.com/watch?... [youtube.com]
I can't second this enough. This should be required viewing before any of the anti-Wayland people spout their bullshit rhetoric.
Irrelevant. If you have any interaction with your init system then your media centre is outright broken and it belongs in the bin
Not necessarily. I needed to setup an NFS mount for my to access my ROMs remotely via RetroArch, which is used entirely outside of Kodi. The old, pre-systemd way (on OpenELEC anyways), was to write an autostart.sh script that gets executed at boot time to do the mount. The problem is, in order to ensure that the NFS mount will actually get mounted at boot is to do some hacky shit like sleep for 30 seconds, which obviously increases boot time by that much.
With systemd, I just create a unit file to do the mount for me, telling it that it depends on on the networking service first so that the mount isn't even tried until the network is up & running.
That includes your per port license fee for using IP networking
Joke's you you! I use IPX netwo
Linux os not full of innovation.
It's full of great work, executed properly.
See also: git
- competent regulators were needed.
Which the SEC has proven to be largely void of (see: Bernie Madoff). Check out the book No One Would Listen for a pretty detailed account of the SEC's incompetence on the matter.
We warn the reader in advance that the proof presented here depends on a clever but highly unmotivated trick. -- Howard Anton, "Elementary Linear Algebra"