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post #71 of 120
Sure, but you guys already have Linux installed, it will take 10 seconds to test what I have proposed.
post #72 of 120
Not our theory to test or disprove. And I personally have all sleep, hibernate and suspend features completely disabled removed ( where applicable ) on all of my machines. And it would take you all of 5 minutes at the absolute maximum to install Linux on one of your own machines to test it out.
post #73 of 120
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And I personally have all sleep, hibernate and suspend features completely disabled removed ( where applicable ) on all of my machines.

Are they that broken huh? biggrin.gif

Ok I'll try a mint live cd...
post #74 of 120
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Are they that broken huh? biggrin.gif

No, I see no use for them on any of my servers or desktops, and my laptop at most turns the display off and wireless card off when closed which preserves enough battery for my uses throughout the day. Those features also require swap space, of which again, I see no reason for when all of my machines have 8GB of RAM minimum. The only real use for it would be the sleep, hibernate, suspend features which I don't use anyways, so again, why have it when I don't have them.

Last time I used them there wasn't much of an issue. As I posted earlier in this thread, I used to have similar hanging issues but after an update it was all fixed and it stopped being a problem. So merely trying Mint isn't going to be the end all be all of the argument. You'll need to use multiple distributions with multiple version of both the network sharing protocol, and other variables such as kernel to get a really good sample size.

And a LiveCD? Yeah, that'll go over really well.
Edited by Shrak - 3/20/14 at 3:13pm
post #75 of 120
Testing every distro is madness, that sums up why many commercial software vendors refuse to support Linux. I'll try Fedora and Mint, that covers RPM and Deb.

Also I wasn't planning on testing suspend to disk, so live cd should have been ok. But alas I'll install the virus distos to my disks to please you.
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/me waits for CaptainLame to sleep a wireless NIC and wonder why DHCP handshakes are required on wake-up.
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Testing every distro is madness, that sums up why many commercial software vendors refuse to support Linux.

Debian
Fedora / RedHat / Cent
Ubuntu

Yeah... 3 distributions is... madness. No real reason to go further than those for most commercial software to be quite honest.
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that sums up why many commercial software vendors refuse to support Linux.

Source?
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I'll try Fedora and Mint, that covers RPM and Deb.

I wasn't referring specifically to distributions but your typical version variances between them. You may test 10 distributions, but if 9 of them have the same or similar version with the particular regression or bug in it, then it makes no difference.
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Also I wasn't planning on testing suspend to disk, so live cd should have been ok. But alas I'll install the virus distos to please you.

You'll never please me Captain, as all you do is praise your mighty overlord OpenBSD while being completely close minded to the rest of the world while spewing garbage and refusing to back it up in any meaningful way outside of your own agenda.
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/me waits for CaptainLame to sleep a wireless NIC and wonder why DHCP handshakes are required on wake-up.

Don't waste another bowl of popcorn D:
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That sums up why many commercial software vendors refuse to support Linux.
Even by your standards, that's an idiotic statement to make. OpenBSD isn't even the most commercially supported of the BSD's, let alone UNIX-like OS's. And AIX, well that might as well not exist these days. But at least you still have Windows, because you seem to be showing a lot of love for that lately.
post #79 of 120
Only Linux is pushing to go mainstream, and distro count is working against it. I thought this was common knowledge. It's actually basic mathematics and common sense, what is easier to support 1 Linux distro or 30...?
Edited by CaptainBlame - 3/20/14 at 4:41pm
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Debian
Fedora / RedHat / Cent
Ubuntu

Okay I'll test Ubuntu instead of Mint, no reason to test both Debian and Ubuntu.
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