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comment Video encoding: How much does the video file size increase with fps?
This is a very good point. So for the sake of the discussion can we assume constant quality (not constant bitrate) for all versions?
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comment Upgrading MacPro HDD to an SSD
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revised Is there a “restore point” in Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) like Windows?
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comment Is there a “restore point” in Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) like Windows?
I do not agree. It would be very useful to be able to switch between OS update x and update x+1 (the difference could include much more than a kernel package) with a simple reboot. This is possible with OpenSolaris.
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comment Is there a “restore point” in Linux (Debian/Ubuntu) like Windows?
@AndrejaKo: +1 However, it's a "clone" (a writeable snapshot; normal snapshots are read-only) and the fact that it doesn't need much space has nothing to do with deduplication but with the way snapshots and clones are handled in COW filesystems. I.e. you get the same disk space saving on non-dedup pools, too.