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Old 01-29-2014, 11:34 AM   #31
Registered: Sep 2004
Location: Harriman Tennessee
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Software issues aside, I find myself embracing FreeBSD a bit tighter since systemd is slithering its' way into Linux. I like the fact Slackware uses BSD style init scripts and Pat will not migrate to systemd unless systemd is the only game in town. As another poster said, Gentoos' Openrc is nice to deal with.. unless you want to use Gnome.. systemd is finding ways to cram itself down everyones throat wether they like it or not. Perhaps the author might have shaken the bugs out of pulse-audio before embarking on yet another abortion. just my 2 cents. I would like to extend my appreciation to this forum for helping me get netgear wpn 111 up and running.. without ndiswrapper

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