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Loki1950

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Loki1950 last won the day on March 29 2020

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  1. 30 years of bad behaviour still applies phone home to Redmond 20 times a second just eats away at your internet bandwidth. Enjoy the Choice
  2. Go directly to a25 it will be around for about a year till we can get a26 ready and out the door. BTW Linux distros will mostly be behind our release schedule as they do not update app versions between there major releases one of the reasons I always grab the static blender tar.xz build and put it under /opt with Google's Chrome. Enjoy the Choice
  3. The AI currently has no notion that ships exist so any update needs to take that into account.Ramming would be great to have but collision detection and damage arbitration still need to done as well so remember some of this needs work on the C++ side also. Enjoy the Choice
  4. War ships where mostly floating barracks so basically not enough cargo space. Enjoy the Choice
  5. That should be policy for any user no matter the OS/Distro checking for that info on your OS's most active forums should be regular activity. Enjoy the Choice
  6. That would indeed need human input as the auto-tracking can only get the kernel in use not the distro as that is not exposed externally or the desktop used the problem with the human input is that it is never accurate as the sample is not representative of the user base so a voluntary poll just does not give reliable information. As for Linux and BSD being similar they a both based on UNIX the major difference is the kernel and it's licences. Enjoy the Choice
  7. Sorry but the steel tech not possible until after the 6th century ie: after they learned it from Tang Dynasty China. Enjoy the Choice
  8. And svn handles binary data(ie: images) better than Git. Enjoy the Choice
  9. One of the fist uses of the word Utopia was by Thomas More for his satire Utopia which was a critic of Plato's Republic ended up executed by his king. Enjoy the Choice
  10. Any choice of a Linux distro is very personal there are flavours for everyone fedora for those who want bleeding edge new Linux tech or Debian for the conservative minded. Enjoy the Choice :)
  11. I used to be a fedora user from Fc3 to f11 got tied of getting a nose bleed with every new version as fedora added some new tech, fedora is Red Hat's experimental platform. Switched to Mint with the Cinnamon desktop and @Lopess is right on with LTS(Long Term Support) which is supported for a minimum of 3 years. Enjoy the Choice
  12. On which platform we support 3 Windows,Linux and OSX ? Enjoy the Choice
  13. @Ceresif you are using TortoiseSVN on windows just right-click on the svn root folder and"SVN Update" not with the GitHub repo though as the binary is not mirrored to it you have to do the compile with Visual Studio. Enjoy the Choice
  14. Falconry has been around for a very long time one of those medieval books was a translation from Arabic that was written in the 12th century with lots of stuff from earlier works in Farsi and Urdu a few of the Mongol clans still use eagles do a search on YouTube Enjoy the Choice
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