Luckily that's just one person's opinion. I don't see anything close to ZFS in the filesystem space at all. Nothing comes near it, certainly not in open source.
All true, but ZFS has nothing really to do with any of that, since it was open-sourced by Sun before Oracle bought them. Also, at least one of its creators now works on the open-source version, not Oracle's - many of Sun's top engineers left once Oracle took over, at various times since.ejolson wrote: ↑Fri Jan 10, 2020 6:03 pmAlthough Linus doesn't spend much time discussing 64-bit video drivers for the Raspberry Pi, his perception concerning the nature of Oracle as a company is becoming common among software developers. In my opinion, Oracle has lost a significant amount of good will due to the Java lawsuits, the closed again nature of Solaris, discontinuing the SPARC hardware, purchased control over the development of MySQL and a confusing licensing scheme.
That plus the fact that Oracle have done a "silent EOL" of Solaris now as well.
That's not the case - they simply made (and make) good use of ZFS, and the rest of OpenSolaris, in their systems.
support GPU acceleration in Firefox and media player?
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sudo sudo apt-get install linux-headers-server linux-image-server linux-server