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The Huddler platform, unfortunately doesn't have a "sticky" system like old OCN had, that blue box at the top of the forum call "Sticky" thread, is what we have to work with.

Ah, was late and I didn't notice the rather large red letters staring at my face. thumb.gif
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Ah, was late and I didn't notice the rather large red letters staring at my face. thumb.gif


actually you might not have seen it. There have been more than one report, that the "sticky" doesn't update like it should when changes have been made to it, I myself, when I started to mess around with it, and Add the essentials graphic, trying out different ones, at one point, had to wait a few hours before it updated correctly, to see the changes. I tried clearing my cache, switching browsers, logging out and back in, even restarted, to no avail.

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The 3.2 kernel just showed up in my update list the other day. brtfs was in there (as before) but still marked "(UNSTABLE)" right next to the item in the menu config. So on that note I'm pretty sure it's not even very useable yet. smile.gif
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post #14 of 39
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The 3.2 kernel just showed up in my update list the other day. brtfs was in there (as before) but still marked "(UNSTABLE)" right next to the item in the menu config. So on that note I'm pretty sure it's not even very useable yet. smile.gif

Did you go ahead with the update anyway?
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the kernel update yes as always. just did the make oldconfig though and did not change my config. certainly did not enable brtfs thumb.gif yet ... been looking forward to that one for a while now. unstable file systems = huge waste of time. wink.gif
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post #16 of 39
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The 3.2 kernel just showed up in my update list the other day. brtfs was in there (as before) but still marked "(UNSTABLE)" right next to the item in the menu config. So on that note I'm pretty sure it's not even very useable yet. smile.gif

I ran btrfs for a year (back in 2010) and it was fine. The problem was MeeGo didn't get any love so I had to leave it when MeeGo died. For some reason it didn't work too well in the other distros I tried it in. I guess the whole lack of fsck or whatever has everyone upset/worried still.
     
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post #17 of 39
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bump, updated

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This wouldn't be news .. but you mentioned Richard Stallman. I don't know too much about him, other than he's some type of hippie and he used to work with a certain Ulrich Drepper. Now this guy is really something else .. LOL http://blog.aurel32.net/47 check the "(as opposed to this)" links ROF http://linuxhaters.blogspot.com/2009/05/tribute.html "we have a term for when devs get frothy during a code review: dreppering"
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post #19 of 39
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bump. update. Not a whole lot of interesting things in the news today.

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bump. Seems to be a really slow day for interesting news, mostly opiniated and reviews more than "news" I'd say. I will keep my eye out for a few more hours, as I've been up since 6 a.m. watching my news feed and the ubuntu unity 5.2 was the only thing that caught my attention :(, If some one else comes across something more interesting or something interesting to them, let me know I'll add it :)

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